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MmmmmmmChips Wed 20-Sep-17 23:07:06

Disco a bad idea?
If we had a DJ for maybe 2 hours then food?

blahdyblahblah Wed 20-Sep-17 23:08:34

Good idea I think.

Well wouldn't be for my ds as he's almost 4 and him and most of his mates think running around really fast is dancing.

I'd think 7 year olds would be past that. grin

MmmmmmmChips Wed 20-Sep-17 23:16:01

My only concern is if many parents leave their children there would we be ok? Many of the kids have just turned 6.

plantsitter Wed 20-Sep-17 23:18:16

Not sure I'd do 2 hours disco at 7. Or not completely dark and disco lights anyway.

We did this for a 5th and it was way too much for most kids. At 7 they'll be better but not all of them will cope.

TheHeartOfTeFiti Wed 20-Sep-17 23:30:52

We did this for my daughters 6th mixed with party games & dancing

KeepServingTheDrinks Wed 20-Sep-17 23:53:49

I'd say that's a biiiiig thing for kids that age. Not to be nasty, but the first thought that went through my head was "If they're doing that for 7 yr olds, what on earth will they do when the kids hit teens".

I love kids parties, and loved doing things for DD, but at 7, I'd say they still need lots of supervision and would probably prefer games. A disco where there's music and the kids have to dance around for 2 hours seems like quite a stretch for kids that age.

When my DD was that age (ish) one year I paid her dance teacher to come and 'do' an hour at a party. She choreographed a very simple little dance all the kids could do and perform to the parents at pick up.

You know the kids best, but I do think it's a very ambitious party for children of that age.

bellabelly Thu 21-Sep-17 00:01:20

We just did 7th bday party for our twin girls last weekend. We did a mix of dancing, games and food. Filled up 2 hours very nicely! We borrowed disco lights from a friend, bought a now that's what i call music cd and used our own stereo. Loads cheaper than hiring a dj / entertainer! Had some balloons for kids to bash around while dancing . Will post a couple of Amazon links in a mo.

bellabelly Thu 21-Sep-17 00:11:14

£10 lights laser lights £18
Now That's What I Call A Party £8
Honestly, that's all you need! Plus some balloons and some party food!

TheHeartOfTeFiti Thu 21-Sep-17 13:43:06

2 of hours of dancing to much I agree but disco with games worked great for us

PolarBearGoingSomewhere Thu 21-Sep-17 13:46:04

We're having a spooky party for DD's 6th birthday. She'll have an hour of reptile handling, half an hour of food and 20 minutes dancing at the end. I think a two hour party needs a bit more structure at their age.

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