Winnie the Pooh Party
- Have a honey of a party for your Pooh-loving preschooler. Turn your yard into the Hundred Acre Wood for an afternoon of fun Pooh-inspired recipes, games, crafts and favors! See More Parties
Planning the Party
Visit your local warehouse, discount or dollar store and buy a honey-filled plastic bear for each child. Fold a yellow 3-by-5 index card in half, and on the outside use black ink to write out one of Pooh's favorite songs:
Isn't it funny How a bear likes honey? Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! I wonder why he does?On the inside of the card, write "It's a Winnie-the-Pooh Party and I'm Inviting You and Pooh, Too!" alongside the date, address and other details of your event. Punch a hole in the top left corner of the card and thread a wired honey bee found at floral, craft and hobby stores through the hole to secure the card around each bear's neck. (Alternatively, a length of red satin ribbon tied in a bow works just fine).
What to Serve
Kids will love Rabbit's Carrot Sushi -- it's almost as fun to eat as it is to make, so let the guest of honor help prepare this one beforehand. Rabbit's Bunnied Eggs are another tasty option. For dessert, these Buzz-worthy Bee Cupcakes and Hive (pictured above) are cute enough to double as a centerpiece throughout the event, yet not too hard to make. In fact, there are a number of simple steps that will help kids learn the basics of baking while also working on age-appropriate development skills.
Favors & Games
Pooh's Hunny Pots & Party Game make the perfect Pooh "craftivity." Kids can make and personalize their own. Once they've dried, turn the pots into a color matching game -- and then send everyone home a winner with a memory they've made and a favor they'll cherish.
Article provided by Spoonful.com
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