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I wanted to have a Superhero party without it being one particular superhero. I would say that it did resemble Superman a bit. It was alot of work, but I so enjoy doing it. I start a couple of months before, and pick at it here and there.
When most of the kids went home and didn't want to take off their costumes.
Most Touching Moment
When my friend was sooo appreciative that I thought to make her son a superhero bib.
watching the kids try to pop the balloons.
The Birthday Boy , of course!
What People Ate
Hot Dogs with Sun chips and fruit skewers
What People Drank
Pop, juices, koolaid Jammers and bottled water
Cake and ice cream
Activities / Games
I gave them a punching balloon each to test their strength, agility, and to get rid of some of that energy!Pass the bomb (like hot potato) done to superman music. To test their bravery. And the balloon pop as a final test to make sure they were ready to defeat Evil Villians of the world.
spent about $200.00 to $250.00 for everything. Food included.
They got to keep their cape and mask. Candy from the Candy buffet, Superhero Sucker, bouncy ball, Clackers, laser light, stickers/album, bubbles. Gumball treat and a prize (superman coloring book or stickers,or bubble wands) and a Punching balloon