It’s time to celebrate a major milestone for your little one. The day has finally arrived and it is time to graduate from pre-school! What better way to show how proud you are of all their accomplishments than by hosting a graduation party? In this blog post, we will give you 10 fun ideas for a pre-school graduation celebration that will be sure to make them feel like the rock star they are.
Decorating the space with balloons, streamers, and other party decorations is a must! Your guests are going to love seeing their faces plastered on colorful banners throughout the room. Make sure that your balloon arches have plenty of curling ribbon spirals for everyone to hold onto as they walk through them. You can also use these arches to create a photo booth for your guests.
Provide fun party favors at each place setting including personalized pre-school graduation hats, face paints, and noisemakers.
A fun way to celebrate the end of preschool is with an exciting pre-store scavenger hunt! This game can be played inside or outside and will get your guests excited about searching for items around the facility. It’s also a great way to take photos of each guest during this special time in their life! Have them pose by hiding places where you’ve hidden objects, such as balloons, streamers, and party decorations.
Give out prizes at the end based on who found the most items first and remember to snap lots of pictures throughout these activities so you’ll always have fond memories from today. You might even want to do some arts and crafts together afterward using supplies from our personalized party store! This is a great way to get the kids out of their chairs and explore while also teaching them about teamwork.
Everyone loves to bounce and jump, so why not offer your guests the chance to do it for free? Hire an inflatable bouncy castle from a reputable inflatable rental company and watch everyone have fun. Make sure that you provide plenty of seating options near the area where they will be set up because people are going to want to sit down while watching their friends play!
Inflatable castles can come in all shapes and sizes – round or square – just make sure that there is enough room inside each one before renting them out for this occasion. You don’t want any children getting stuck behind the walls! Set them up away from other activities happening around your space if possible as well because no one must trip over anything when jumping about.
Bouncy castles make a great addition to any party and can be used for many different occasions – even if it’s not specifically about pre-school graduation. Maybe you want to host a kids’ birthday party or an outdoor event in the summer. No matter what your reason is, bouncy castles will bring out the kid in everyone!
One of the most important parts of any graduation is cutting into that delicious-looking cake or cupcakes. Make sure that you order a special decorated one with your child’s face on it! Get creative and decorate them to look like graduation caps – complete with tassels and embroidered messages – so everyone knows exactly what is happening today: we are celebrating another year at pre-school completed successfully!
These cakes can be cut by each guest individually, making this activity an exciting time for all involved. Afterward, serve up some drinks in personalized cups to keep the celebration going strong until dinnertime. You might even want to ask people if they’d like to bring their food as well just in case others would rather save money by bringing their dishes.
5. Play games – Pin the Graduation Cap on the Graduate is one popular game that can be played at this event.
Pin the graduation cap on the graduate is a classic game that you can play at your pre-school graduation party. Cut out large cardboard shapes of each child’s face from pictures they have taken in their uniforms, then create them into hanging decorations for when all guests arrive before starting to celebrate.
Once everyone has arrived and placed their plates with cupcakes or cake down onto a tablecloth you’ve laid out, hang up one picture cutout per guest so it hangs about eye level. You might want to tape these pictures onto boards if they are heavy paper because kids will be moving around while playing this fun memory matching game!
Each player gets a turn by covering his eyes as he tries to pin his grad hat on top of her photo. This is a fun and easy game that can be played by all ages.
6. Have an arts-and-crafts table set up where kids can make their certificates of completion.
A personalized pre-school graduation party is all about the memories that are created. It’s important to create opportunities for this by making sure there are plenty of activities planned throughout the day to keep people engaged and active!
Having an arts and crafts table set up where kids can make their certificates of completion is a great way to get them involved in the day. Kids can design their certificates however they want, and even write out messages to the parents inside of them if you’d like!
Everyone will appreciate how thoughtful this activity is because it’s something that everyone can participate in regardless of age or skill level, making every kid feel special about what he made himself. Everyone attending your party must leave with a personalized memento of this wonderful day and the memories that they made with you.
After each child has finished their certificate, create an open space on the floor in front of them so everyone can gather around to watch them be presented! Imagine how proud your little graduate will feel when all eyes are upon him as he beams at his accomplishment.
7. Invite parents to take pictures of their children’s celebrations so they have memories from the day they graduate pre-school.
Invite parents to take pictures of the day’s activities so they have memories from their child’s pre-school graduation. You can even provide a scrapbook and marker for them to write what their child did at school that year or any other words of wisdom they’d like to include in this special keepsake.
Every parent will appreciate the gesture that you’ve made in providing them with a place to write down their thoughts and feelings about this very special day. They can look back at these pictures for years to come, remembering all of the fun they had celebrating your child at her graduation party.
8. Have a photo guest book set up so guests can sign and write they’re well wishes for the graduate.
Creating opportunities for your friends and family to be involved in your child’s graduation is an important part of having a successful party! You might want to ask them if they’d like to bring any pictures or mementos from home that you could include in your guest book.
Having a photo guest book set up so guests can sign and write their good wishes for the graduate is another great way to get everyone involved in creating special memories on this day! This will be an important keepsake that you’ll have forever, documenting all of the love they felt from friends and family at her graduation party.
9. Include a special “goodie bag” for each child with an appreciation note from the teachers and parents, as well as a token of thanks such as stickers or tattoos.
Don’t forget to have a special gift for each child in the form of a goodie bag that includes an appreciation note from their teachers and parents, as well as a token of thanks such as stickers or tattoos.
It is perfectly fine if the parents want to take photos of their child’s graduation, but make sure they know that you would appreciate it if they stayed and enjoyed a nice plate of food served by your staff You can also include candy treats like lollipops or chocolate bars with fun wrappers featuring simple messages about how far pre-schoolers have come.
10. Sing songs together and have everyone say goodbye to the graduator at the end of their party.
At the end of your graduation party, have everyone gather around to sing songs and say goodbye.
Have a special song for all of the graduates that they can join in on if you’d like! This will be an unforgettable ending to a beautiful day as each child watches his or her name being called out as he takes part in singing along with friends and family members alike.
We hope you found some new ideas to help celebrate your little one’s big accomplishment. Now that we’ve got all this out of our systems, it’s time for a nap and then dinner! What would you like on the menu? Want to learn more about how to make graduation extra special? We got you! Let us know in the comments below.