Select appropriate gamesSome games will be a hit and others will be a "dud". When appropriate, ask your child to participate in the party game planning. If they think it's a fun game...their friends probably will too. Consider your party space and the age group of the children please use the kids party organizer.
Be flexibleIf you sense that a party game is not going well, let it go and move on to the next activity. Or, make a quick adaptation to an existing game. If your party games are dependant on the weather...be prepared to take the party indoors if necessary.
Be preparedHave all games set up and ready to go before the party. Make sure you understand how the games is played.
Everyone is a winnerParties are a time to have fun(choose the kids party organizer for your party), which means all guests should go home smiling. If you are going to provide prizes, try to reward all players just for participating or avoid prizes all together. Especially when entertaining very young children who have yet to develop a grasp on sportsmanship. Consider playing most, if not all games without prizes but everyone gets a candy or sticker. When all of the games are complete...everyone receives their goody bags