If you're looking at moving to a new house, your child may have to switch schools. Saying goodbye isn't easy, but having a farewell party for your child and her classmates is.
1. Arrange with your child's teacher a suitable time for an in-class party. After lunch or late afternoons are often the best times for a school party. If you can, schedule it right after an extra class, such as gym or art, so you can decorate the classroom and set up the party while the children are out of the room.
2. The day before the party, make a cake. Put a variety of juice boxes in your refrigerator the night before so they will be cold for the party.
3. On the day of the party, take your supplies and refreshments to school at least a half hour prior to the arranged start time. Use a cooler loaded with ice to transport the juice boxes, particularly in warmer weather. Set up one big table for the cake using your tablecloth. Blow up the balloons and tape one to each child's desk.
4. Set out your plates and plastic tableware, and begin serving refreshments when the kids are back in the classroom and seated. Let your child enjoy socializing with her classmates while they eat.
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