Pool party

Time Out Malaysia Kids - - News -

This is the age when it’s all about hang­ing out with their friends and check­ing the guys/girls out. As much as par­ents may want to deny it, the cool fac­tor is very im­por­tant, par­tic­u­larly at a party... and adults aren’t wel­come! The eas­i­est way to go is to throw a pool party with a bar­be­cue or fin­ger food, and lots of it.

The great thing about teens is that you can pretty much leave them to it and they will en­ter­tain them­selves, and they don’t ex­pect party favours. That’s not to say you don’t cast the oc­ca­sional cautionary look in their di­rec­tion! A beach party theme al­ways goes down well and it’s easy to get them to wear Hawaiian shirts and grass skirts. Rent or buy gi­ant pool floats, get wa­ter guns and bal­loons, balls (rugby, vol­ley­ball, foot­ball) to throw, and be pre­pared for noise and ac­tion (find a good range of pool toys at Float Flow On­line; float­flowon­line. wix.com/float­flow). Al­ways keep a cool box filled with ice and lots of drinks.

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