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Reason to host a children's party

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bak2skool Wed 18-Sep-19 09:43:42


My 4year daughter has had mild speech delay which has knocked her confidence and development. She is at school now and I think other children struggle to understand her fully and aren't playing as well because they see her as baby talking more. We are obviously dealing with this in multiple ways and my question below isn't going to change the fundamental issue.

However, I was thinking if we hosted a party that she could invite her friends (and parents too) and subtly discuss with other parents her issue and allow my daughter to feel confident about having a party of hers (confidence makes her more engaged).

I know this won't fix the overall issue but feel it will help her. However I can't think of what party them to have (her birthday isn't till July). Any suggestions?

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BlueChampagne Wed 18-Sep-19 12:47:12

Halloween or bonfire night if you're in UK.

bak2skool Wed 18-Sep-19 20:36:29

Thank you

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surreygirl1987 Wed 18-Sep-19 22:26:31

Yeh Halloween party would be my vote. That would be mega cute.

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