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Thursday, March 5, 2009

Need 2 Find Teen Games

A teen Birthday(15)coming up this Saturday. She wants a home party. What does a Teen expect? I have searched the web, asked phone and Facebook Friends, and have Ask her. Friends said make sure you have something for them to do, They get bored easily. However they have no suggestions. The web seems to have no info on Teen Parties. The games seem Childish and the themes are not appealing. We have a Theme, Irish, St Patty. I thought about a Chocolate Fountain,since that is her favorite Food. I have Food plan. One Starter game,I think is not childish. This game will continue thought out the party. The weather is suppose to be in the 60s. And we have a large deck plus a Stone patio. Our home is average in size. We can have games inside. We have a large basement. There will be 8 co.ed teens coming. If you are up on the teens social names, They call themselves Emo. All the info I did get said 3 hours is better for teens. Now I need Suggestions on teen fun games!

7 comments:

  1. My oldest is 13 so that is a bit younger. I do not know if they would like the same things. The things girls usually like to do at our house are... playing video games, karaoke, doing facials and nails, making bracelets, and making frozen fruity drinks.

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  2. I could make some suggestions but I fear Mommy just wouldn't like them - right? :)

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  3. any suggestions are welcomed. I will listen with open mind.

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  4. Have you asked the birthday girl what she wants to do at her party?

    Board games, video games and even croquet were popular things to do when I was a teen but she and her friends may have very different ideas of fun. The only way to find out is to ask her. :)

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  5. My daughter reads my blog. We have been talking about this party for sometime. She would like some ideas also.

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  6. I have a son who is 14 and a daughter who will be 16 in less than a month. For the last 3 years the big hit for their birthday parties has been Karaoke. I got my son a Karaoke Machine for Christmas 4 years ago and it comes out for every birthday party. Teenagers LOVE to sing and act goofy and you would be really surprised how pretty much all of them do participate. You can get Karaoke cd's of popular teen music. We buy them at Target.

    For the longer parties, we also will break out the video game systems and plug them in to the big screen tv and the kids take turns.

    A Karaoke machine should set you back about $50 or higher and the cd's run about $9.99 and higher for multi-cd packs.

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  7. Also, one time for a girls sleepover the girls made their own pizzas using pita bread as the crust and then we had all kinds of toppings.

    I had bought bead kits at Michaels and later when they were starting to wind down they made beaded necklaces and bracelets.

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