We vote for chocolate chip, but any flavor will do as long as the kids at the party love it. You can pile them on a plate, buy a cookie cake, or go a little fancier with a cookie tower layered with frosting. Opt for homemade cookies made by the party guests, or bring store bought treats for an easier and just as tasty cake alternative. You can even stack Oreos in a tower to make a creative, easy, and delicious cake alternative for your kids’ birthday parties. Just don’t forget the milk.
Score the perfect party for your child with a kids bowling party. Accessible for just about everyone, and universally fun, what’s not to love? And if you pick a great bowling location, like iT’Z, with its bowling party packages created with kids in mind, you will enjoy the perfect party with minimal work. (There are even free birthday party invitations to download on this page!)
If you really want to get creative when it comes to kids bowling parties, offer some party favors that go beyond trinkets and candy. Here are some fun favor ideas to up your party game.
At the heart of Halloween are costumes (and candy), so invite everyone to wear their favorite costume to your kids bowling party. They can wear the outfit they plan to wear on Halloween, or you can ask everyone to dress according to a theme, such as their favorite superhero, monster, or sports player.
Make the party even more fun by having everyone act “in character” during the party. Just imagine how fun it will be to watch Darth Vader try to use the Force to guide the bowling ball down the lane, or listen to a monster roar with joy at a good score.