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The Fiver Party

January 28, 2019 | Filed under Children's parties

At your child’s birthday party, normally you would expect your child to receive a number of small presents – worth maybe $10 (£10, €10 or other currencies) or more.  Your child may already have plenty of these small items, toys, pencil cases, drink bottles or whatever.

 

 

 

 

I hear there’s a new trend –

 

to invite children to bring a fiver to the party so your child can choose to buy something they really want and depending on the number of children invited to the party the amount could be considerable and therefore your child can buy something really special.

 

 

 

For instance, if you invite 5 children you child will get $25 to spend, 10 children will provide $50.

It is also much easier, less time consuming and less costly for the parent of the children invited to the party.  So win- win all round.

Afterwards you can also give your child the experience of thanking their friends by writing (in some form) or verbally letting their friends know what the fivers bought.

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