Creating The Best Birthday Experiences
When it comes to your children’s birthdays, it’s all too easy to throw money at the problem of unique gifts without giving much thought to the memory. That’s why it’s important that you don’t think of children’s birthdays as a chore, and rather as an opportunity to bond closer to your family and create those memories that will last a lifetime. With a little planning and some consideration of your child’s age and personal interest, you could be working towards building a day full of fun and emotion that is far harder to forget than simply handing over the latest trending toy. Think outside of the toy box, and use these ideas as a springboard to creating the very best in unique birthday experiences.
For the Harry Potter fan
If your child is a bit of a Harry Potter fan then your birthday present buying is a lot easier. From toys and ornaments by official suppliers, to themed parties, it’s easy to find things to buy and activities to do that will be far better than they could have dreamed. If your child is turning 11, then that’s the perfect age to go full-on Potter crazy, and you can tie-in anything you plan with the fact that 11 is the age that children start at Hogwarts. Get some cheap prices on Ticket Sales and take the budding wizards and witches to the latest showing of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and you’ll never have to worry about raising a muggle ever again.
A night at the museum
It’s one thing to take the kids along to a museum, but what about spending the night there? No matter where you are in the world, it’s easy to find a museum that offers sleepover nights for younger audiences, and we all know that children love a sleepover. Sleep in the shadows of dinosaurs, wander darkened exhibitions and enjoy the atmosphere. Not only will it be exhausting for the younger birthday boys and girls, it will also provide endless conversation and discussion. Spending your time with your children is the most important gift that you can give and by combining time and interests, you can’t fail to win parent of the year. Check out your local museums, and if there’s nothing yet available, chat with them about the possibilities.
Nurture their talent
No matter how old your child may be, you can be fairly certain that they have an interest in being famous. They probably don’t even know what they want to be famous for, but between Instagram and YouTube, children are obsessed with getting rich for being themselves. Although this could be unhealthy, you can turn that into a positive by showing them some behind the scenes fun at a TV station or radio station. If you have a child who simply loves to talk, get in contact with your local radio station and find out about spending the day there. They might even let your child go live on air, and that is an experience that will never be forgotten.
Never forget that you need to tailor the birthday experience to the interests of your child. Think of the unique, and you might just end up bringing the whole family closer together, and that’s much better than handing over a gift that will be forgotten in a week.