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Your Child is Graduating!

It’s seems like you were just bringing your baby home from the hospital and now she is graduating Preschool or Kindergarten! While she may not be moving out for college, Preschool and Kindergarten graduation is a milestone and a time to celebrate all that your little one has accomplished and all that is before her.  Some simple ideas to celebrate:

  • Ice Cream Social. Invite over a few of your child’s friends to celebrate by making sundaes. Create an ice-cream bar by buying a few flavors of ice-cream or sorbet, fruit (bananas and fresh strawberries are usually a hit), chopped nuts, whipped cream and other toppings. Let the kids create their own sundaes. They will have lots of giggles making their creations and fun eating their yummy concoctions.
  • Park Play. Celebrate at your child’s favorite park by inviting some friends, preparing a few snacks and letting them play on the swings, slides, etc. It is a simple and free way to let them get together and just have fun. Buy a graduation button for your child at your local party store so he can feel like the “distinguished guest” at his party.
  • Coloring Party. Head to your local Dollar Store and pick up some crayons and coloring books. Invite your child’s friends over to a coloring party. Cover the table they will color on with a disposable tablecloth so you don’t have to worry about your furniture being marked up and let the kids color away! End the party with graduation cupcakes.

We love Lil Sugar site for other graduation party themes and activities.

Is your child graduating from Preschool or Kindergarten? What ways are you celebrating?

Posted May 26, 2010

by MichelleH

5 Comments

5 Responses

  1. dina says:

    My girls b-days are this month, last year we did an ice cream party and we used little buckets to serve the ice cream. This year we will have a sleepover and maybe camp outside!

  2. admin says:

    Dina,
    What a great idea! Sounds like your house is the fun place to be!
    Michelle

  3. Carol says:

    I think it’s an adorable tradition to start. Like the ideas.

  4. admin says:

    Thanks Carol. It’s great having you as part of our Kolcraft family!
    Michelle

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