Pooh 1st Birthday Party Supplies
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Pooh and Friends party decorations, party activity, and party theme ideas:
- Adorn lavishly with Pooh and Friends plates, cups, napkins, "Happy Birthday? banner and Pooh and Friends confetti. Also use the Pooh and Friends dangling cutouts and Pooh and Friends walk-through banner.
- Remember to send Pooh and Friends Invitations at least 2 weeks early, so people can plan to be there. Greet your guests with either the Pooh and Friends Ear headbands, or Pooh 1st birthday foam visor.
- Don?t forget to thank your guests for coming with Pooh and Friends Treat bag or Pooh and Friends treat boxes and Pooh and Friends party favors, available at www.ezpartyzone.com.
- In the Pooh and Friends treat bags or boxes, you could put Pooh and Friends Stickers, Pooh and friends Temporary tattoos, a cute picture of your birthday boy/girl or a picture of who you are giving it too and your baby!
- As your guests leave, don?t forget to give them their treat bags or boxes filled with little goodies, available at www.ezpartyzones.com.
- Pooh and Friends finger puppet play- split the kids up in groups of four and let them perform a small skit with the star being Winnie The Pooh! Give them a small stage and let them act out their favorite Pooh show, but let them act it out as they please.
- Hide-N-Seek- Look for Winnie the Pooh with the Pooh and Friends telescope party favor. Make sure that Pooh is visible but not visible. You can use the Wall decorations, the dangling cutouts, the balloons, the table covers, cups, or anything that has Pooh on it. You can even use a stuffed animal!
- Create a small story- Use the Pooh and Friends Stickers and create a small story that your children can share with everyone at the party. Use a sheet of construction paper that has a small background on it, and let the children place the stickers on it and let them tell a small story about why they placed the stickers there.