My name is Catherine M-G and this is my first blog post on how to plan a sleepover. Whether you are a girl or boy, I hope you find this very useful and filled with fun suggestions.
My sleepover guide for girls and boys.
Active people - You can go out shopping, for a walk down your local high street or to the park.
Goofies - Arrange some board games to do or build a fort and play reality games or chat in it. (Reality games are games in which you pretend to be part of makeshift hair salons and stuff like that.)
Artistic people - Do some tie dying, colouring, or things in that nature.
Music lovers and dance machines - You can have the ultimate choreography for you to dance to. It is perfect when you’re at a party and your group song comes on- having a routine is the best thing ever!
For foodies, bookworms and geeks, you can cook and bake things that you have read or seen in movies and have a book/movie club where you provide the snacks.
Don’t forget to make or buy invitations or no one will come! Try and do those 3-4 weeks in advance to give people time to find out if they are free. Put on there:
Who it’s to.
Who it’s from.
When it is.
What number to RSVP.
That it is a sleepover.
And what you need to bring.
DO NOT STICK THINGS TO WALLS WITHOUT ASKING. Trust me ;).
If you would like to go out with your friends, for the benefit of those who can’t sleepover, you could invite over for the day or out with you and the sleepover gang.
REMEMBER THE SACRED RULE. WHAT HAPPENS AT THE SLEEPOVER, STAYS AT THE SLEEPOVER UNLESS IT IS UNLAWFUL OR DANGEROUS.
You could go swimming, to the cinema, or if it’s the holidays, to LEGOLAND or Thorpe park.