Try These Zoom Birthday Party Ideas In Vaughan
There’s no need to cancel this year’s party with these creative virtual birthday party ideas to celebrate your child, both virtually and from a safe distance.
Crown the prince or princess
We love this idea from illustrator and party expert, Darcy Miller. Download her birthday crown template, print it out, and pop it in the mail so the birthday royal can wear it when you video chats on the big day—or if the honoree is in your house, crown them directly!
The best part about the birthday parties for kids in Vaughan is that it’s totally customizable. You can trace the template onto newspaper, wrapping paper, or a tie-dye pattern. Decorate it yourself with drawings or messages or let the birthday kid color or bedazzle it themselves. You can even mail one to all your guests to host a princess party for your little one.
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Bake a treat, remotely
Send everyone an easy recipe for cupcakes for your little one’s virtual birthday party. Or invite friends and family to bring their cupcakes and candle for a sing-along You can also download a celebration topper template from Darcy Miller’s website for the birthday girl or boy, or send it out to all guests too, so every screen is festive.
Provide a Zoom activity in advance
Add a link in your invite with downloadable color sheets so all the kids can color together. Check to see if your local music or dance teacher (or even magician!) would be willing to host a virtual class to keep kids engaged. Or popular kids’ birthday party places like Camp, Kidville, and Sky Zone are moving online and can provide some structure and maybe even a few minutes of parenting relief.