If children will be attending your event there are some wonderful properties that seem to be designed just for them. Hiring the right entertainment for a Child’s birthday party, a summer kid’s event, a block party, a school assembly or other type of kid-centric gathering is a fantastic idea! All you’ve gotta do is find an age-appropriate children’s entertainer that you and the kiddos will love.
Here’s some tips on how to hire a children’s entertainer that’ll blow your party outta the water. First, find a children’s entertainer who specializes in the certain type of talent you’re interested in. Many of these entertainers specialize in a number of different things, so you’ll have lots to choose from.
Some also offer a variety of services. For example, at children’s party may also create balloon animals or offer face painting, costumed character or clowns, puppet shows and storytellers . You should also inquire about specifics, like if you’ll have to provide anything for the entertainer, or if they’ll need a certain amount of space for their act. If you follow these simple tips, your kids won’t ever want their party to end!
Menus are designed to delight young palates, with small portions that are easily manageable and fun being the order of the day. Also available are machines for popcorn, candy floss, candy apples, waffles, snow cones, hot dogs, donuts, ice cream and candy.
Carnival with games and prizes for all. Photo booths and sticker machines (each child’s face is put on stickers) can also be rented. Pool tables with “pool sharks” on hand to teach older children trick shots. If children are taking part in active games, it is advisable to have parents give their written permission. You will need to know if there are any medical problems such as food allergies, and have professional staff on hand in sufficient numbers to provide proper care.
Make sure that you know how to contact the parents in case of an emergency. Remember, children and parents do not necessarily have the same last names. Make sure you have all pertinent information.
Security is also important. You want to make sure that children are in a safe, protected area. Make sure that children are accompanied to the bathroom by staff of the same sex so that they can assist them if needed. Name tags on sweaters and jackets do not work, as children are prone to take them off and they also allows strangers to call them by name. A wristband ID might be a better solution.