How To Plan An Autism Friendly Party in Perth

  • August 25, 2021
  • Posted By: gamevaultperthadmin

For this article we have decided to provide tips on how to plan an autism friendly party in Perth. Having provided entertainment for many autistic children, we understand how stressful this can be for a parent. Choose a theme your child likes By focusing on the birthday child's interests, you are more likely to keep them engaged and help avoid them becoming overwhelmed. Think about their guests Low-key parties with just family are less overwhelming for a child with autism. This allows parents and children to relax and just be themselves. Depending on your child, inviting a small group of[Read More]

Planning a Kids Party in Perth

5 Things to Consider When Planning a Kids Party in Perth

  • August 11, 2021
  • Posted By: gamevaultperthadmin

There are a few things to consider when planning a kids party in Perth. Before writing a guest list or buying party decorations, Game Vault advise that you take the time to put your plan on paper. Pre-planning the party will save time, money and any unwanted stress on the day. 1. The Birthday Boy or Girl Consider the age of the child along with their likes and dislikes, personality and attention span. The theme of the party as well as the duration needs to be planned around them. 2. Have a Budget Don't spend any money until you have[Read More]

Competitive Gaming Party Perth

Competitive Gaming Party

  • July 28, 2021
  • Posted By: gamevaultperthadmin

Competitive gaming for kids can be a very positive activity. It teaches them that competition can be fun and doesn't always need to be serious. There are benefits to competitve gaming which can teach children some valuable life skills including; Learning not to fear competition Learning how to handle pressure Learning how to handle defeat gracefully Teaches self discipline A study has also found that participation in video games helps children with collaboration, strategic thinking and sportsmanship. The developmental stages a child goes through honing those skills increases their self-confidence, which in turn has been proven to lead to better[Read More]

Birthday Party in Perth

Global Traditions for a Birthday Party in Perth

  • July 14, 2021
  • Posted By: gamevaultperthadmin

There are many birthday traditions we all follow when having a childs birthday party in Perth. These include sending cards, gift giving and eating birthday cake. What you may not know is other countries have their own unique traditions also. Just for fun we have put a list of these together. You may fancy using some at your childs next birthday party in Perth! Check out some of these global birthday customs, starting with our very own tradition; Australia - Kids eat fairy bread, which as you may know, is simply bread with butter and sprinkles on top. A hit[Read More]

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Parent Tips for Kids Parties in Perth

  • June 30, 2021
  • Posted By: gamevaultperthadmin

For this article we have decided to put together some parent tips for kids parties in Perth. When your child is young, a birthday party is a relatively easy thing to organise. Usually there are only a few family members and a few close friends. However as they get older and reach school age, parties become a much bigger deal, with a lot more to organise and consider. Below are our tips to make this as stress free and easy as possible. When to invite people Between a week and 10 days is plenty of notice for a child’s party.[Read More]

Keeping Kids Entertained at Home During School Holidays in Perth

  • June 16, 2021
  • Posted By: gamevaultperthadmin

With the school holidays in Perth just around the corner, parents will be looking for ways to keep their kids busy and entertained. Below we have put together a list of affordable activities that will keep them busy during their time off without them using their iPad! Reading Taking your child to your local library will allow them to choose their own books to read. Books are a great time-filler, a perfect “quiet time” activity and a way to practice language skills as well as broadening their imagination. Painting, Drawing, Colouring Grab some pencils, paints or texters along with some[Read More]