Let's party with Little Learners!


At Little Learners we LOVE a good party and what better way to celebrate than with messy play, playdough, paints and even a cake smash tray!

Over the past few months I have planned, hosted and set up a number of different parties. I thought I would write a blog to give you an example of what parties could look like. Little Learners franchisees up and down the country have their own packages.

For a party I tailor it to your needs, child’s interest, theme of the party and whether it’s indoors or outdoors. After all it is your child’s special day and I would work with you to get the Little Learners party you had in mind.

Here are a few examples of different themes and set ups that I have been part of over the summer months:

Hey Duggee Garden Party

This party was for one of my regular Little Learners who was turning three and a huge Hey Duggee fan. As a customer, the parent knew exactly what contents her little one would like in the trays. She sent me a list and I planned the trays around them. Being in the garden it was perfect for water play which I set up on the grass. This party was a set up option so I arrived in the morning and set up everything. I then left the family to it, so they could host their party and take their time with the activities. This was great as it allowed the children to dip in and out of the activities. I then collected everything in the evening and washed it all at home. We had Betty made out of purple crazy soap, Duggee made of rice and Moondough, Hey Duggee characters in sand, paint, water play and playdough.

Little Mighty Bheem Garden Party

Another example of a set up party. Again a regular customer who knew what tray contents her child would enjoy the most. This party was loved by all ages with grandparents joining in too. We had a Mighty Bheem Sunflower made of peas and sweetcorn, a scene made of noodles and crushed biscuits (yum!), sand scene, water, playdough and paint.

Woodland Themed Village Hall Party

Here is an example of an indoor option. The customer hired a local village hall and I set up, stayed for the party and cleaned up the mess at the end. I loved the woodland theme. This was for a one year old and the parent asked if I could make every tray edible so I did (apart from the crazy soap). We had cocoa Moondough and oat snail, noodles and peas toadstool, cocoa gloop with mini beasts and to make it super messy we had crazy soap. The party was a hit with children of all ages where the older ones definitely got involved especially with the crazy soap.

At Little Learners we can cater party to you, so whether you are after super messy party with slime and crazy soap or a less messy option with dry resources, we are here to help make your little one’s day special.

What party theme would you have?

Thank you for reading.

Love Lene x

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