.......................................................party catering
From Superkids by Jean Marzollo - Illustrations by Irene Trivas

Many of the activities on these pages may require adult supervision.
Be sure to tell a grown-up about what you're planning and ask for permission before getting started.

For parents who hate to give birthday parties.


party catering



If you like parties and think you can give them, this would be a good business to start with like-minded friends. If you do a good job, chances are you'll be rehired the next year and be asked by other parents who have heard about your success to come to their house to give parties for their children. Plan well, stay within the budget you agree on with the parents, and follow through. Get to the party house in time to decorate and prepare, and clean up when you're through.



Items to Discuss with Parents Ahead of Time

1. Date, place, time

2. Number of children

3. What exactly would they like you to do?

.....a. decorate according to a theme

.....b. buy the favors

.....c. make the treat bags

.....d. make and bring the cake (ask also about juice and ice cream)

.....e. play with the children at the party

.....f. clean up afterward

4. How much would everything cost?

.....a. your expenses

.....b. plus your hourly wage


Ideas for Party Themes

For many more party theme ideas,
click here to read my book (for free),
Birthday Parties: How to Give Them, How to Survive Them





Click here for MORE IDEAS!


Based on the book SUPERKIDS: Creative Learning Activities for Children 5-15
Text © Jean Marzollo, Illustrations © Irene Trivas

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