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Party Recap

We had a great time at the construction party. After "clocking" in for work, the kids got party hard hats with their names on them, work aprons and tool boxes. They then went to the "work bench" and painted their tool boxes. They had fun playing all kinds of construction games and doing construction crafts. The party area was even decorated with real construction barrels and caution tape! It was a blast!

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Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Cupcakes, Ice cream, pretzels, popcorn, donuts (spare tires), tool shaped cookies, Reese's pieces. Everything was in dump trucks, paint cans, metal containers.

  • What People Drank

    orange kool-aide

  • Party Favors

    Toolbox, tool belt, party blower, sucker, construction pencil, construction truck, mini hammer, screw driver, picture of them in the construction site (from green screen)

  • Activities / Games

    Paint toolboxes, decorate picture frames, construction cone ring toss, dump truck bean bag toss, pin the hard hat on Gavin, dig for prizes, nailing race, build with large boxes and then knock them down, pinata

  • Budget

    $150

  • Best Moment

    watching them paint their toolboxes

  • Funniest Moment

    watching them dive for the candy from the pinata

  • Most Touching Moment

    Gavin giving us the thumbs up.

  • Best Dressed

    All the kids dressed as workers with their hard hats and tool belt apron.

  • Decorations

    We had a construction banner made. We used caution tape all over the house to make it look like a work site. We printed up construction work signs. We also went to our local improvement district and borrow all kinds of construction cones and barriers. We attached balloons and signs to them. Very cool touch.

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    Sandra M wrote:

    Where did you find the happy birthday poster? Love it.

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