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Firefighter Party Recipes

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Bright red food like pasta shells in red sauce with yellow cheese is recommended for this party. Red drinks like grenadine and yellow lemon syrup in lemonade is perfect and refreshing!   Decorate your table with Fire Fighter tableware and finish off with a fire engine pinata. Fire Truck Cake The perfect birthday cake for a firefighters’ party! Bake or buy 2 small rectangular pound cakes. Cut one of the cakes in half. To make the cabin place one half on top of the other cake, aligned to one of the shorter sides of the cake that is still complete. Place the...

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Firefighter Party Games

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Play Fire Brigade This game is suitable to play indoors or outdoors. Have four large buckets. Fill two of the buckets with water if game is played outdoors. If game is played indoors you can use crumpled newspaper, confetti or anything else that is easy to clean, as long as it fits into plastic cups.   Divide the children into two teams and make each team line up at arms length away from each other. Place the two full buckets in front of each team and at the other end place the empty buckets. Provide one plastic cup for each...

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Firefighter Party Decorations Ideas

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Just fill up the house or garden with red and yellow balloons and cardboard ladders. Make this fabulous fire-truck if you have the materials and enough time! Have a large cardboard box (the bigger the better) and cut off half of the top part. Cut a rectangular opening on the front side of the box (that is, the part that remained complete) to form the windshield. Attach the cut part below the windshield to form the truck’s engine. Paint the truck red and decorate with ladders and hoses. Use pie plates for the headlights. Provide the children with red fire...

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Firefighter Party Crafts

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Firefighter Stencils Pour washable paint of different colors into cupcake trays, and have some sheets of paper ready, placed on the floor. You may cover the floor first with butcher paper. Provide paint sponges or stamps shaped like trucks, hats and hydrants. Teach kids to gently dip the sponges or stamps into the paint and make stencils on a sheet of paper. They’ll love to take their paintings home!

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Under the Sea Party Recipes Ideas

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Needless to say, fish fingers are on the menu! Shell pasta salad with peas and sweet corn will be the perfect side dish.   Here’s a fun idea for the cake! Make 1 pack of blue jelly in advance and pour into a round container with flat bottom, approx. 10” in diameter. Put in the fridge.   The day of the party make a vanilla cake in a 10” diameter pan. When the cake has cooled place the “sheet” of jelly on top of the cake. Use cookie dough or marzipan in different colors to shape a whale’s tale (in...

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Under The Sea Party Games

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Swimming Through Reefs Hang long strips of white crepe streamers from the ceiling, almost touching the floor. Use nylon to hang see shells at different heights, just making sure kids will reach them. Have kids make 2 teams and form a line for each team. On the word “Go” the first kid of each team will run to the “reef”, catch a shell for their team and run back to their team’s line. Then the next kid will have to go to the reef and get a shell, and so on. The winning team is the one that ends first, all...

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Under the Sea Party Crafts

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Paper Crabs Provide for each child 10 red pipe cleaners and one paper plate and markers. Help kids make ten holes around the outside of the paper plate using a hole punch. Then they must loop about 1 inch of the pipe cleaner into each hole. Twist the longer piece with the shorter one you looped into the hole, and repeat ten times. Bending the pipe cleaners will give the effect of a walking crab. Color the crab as you wish.

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Sea Party Decorations Ideas

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To decorate your house or garden for a Sea Party you may use sea shells, blue balloons, paper or plastic fish. Hang lots of navy blue crepe streamers from one wall to another to resemble the sea’s waves! You can also hang several sea animal pinatas from the ceiling. With the “waves” and fish pinatas over their heads kids will definitely feel it’s a party under the sea!    

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Dressing Up for a Sea Party

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Dressing up as a parrot fish is great fun, because of all the colors. Just use colorful leggings together with a bright colored T-shirt. Make the fin out of wire covered with cloth and use face paints to finish off the outfit!   For those who are not too keen on dressing up, they can come up as diver, with shorts, t-shirts, snorkel, mask and flippers!

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Space Party Recipes

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Space Pizzas  Serve space pizzas on foil decorated with salami for planets. Add Cheetos cheese balls for asteroids. Star Sandwiches  Core and chop a large red apple, and mix it in half a cup of honey, one tablespoon of lemon juice, ¼ teaspoon cinnamon and process it in a blender, until it becomes a paste. Spread thickly on two slices of bread, and stick together, with the spread sides up and top with a third slice of bread. Press them together and shape like a star with a cookie cutter. Get rid of trimmings. Spread is enough for about 10...

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