Observations of a Children’s Party Host with Roger!


“After months of isolation, gearing up to host my first party felt quite daunting. I did not know what to expect!”

How would the kids interact given the pandemic?

How protective would the parents be?

Do I still have my hosting mojo?

Turns out… this first party back was one of my favourite party experiences to date, over my past 3 years with the company! It was a breath of fresh air and really gave the sense that we as a state, did a fantastic job during the pandemic.

Without a doubt, the best part of the party was the children! Hands down, the nicest, kindest, most inclusive kids I’ve ever witnessed at a party. Honestly, I could only hope that when I have kids, they get put in a class with children as wonderful as this. All Injured or shy children were all made to feel included.


Perhaps my favourite game of the party was the Wishing Dust activity.

Shout out to my partner, Hannah, for executing this flawlessly!

The boys were so engrossed in this. There were zero signs of toxic masculinity, and I need to give the parents, teachers and children themselves my utmost respect for that! Despite Hannah saying that the dust belonged to fairies or unicorns or ballerinas, the boys just sat, made no comments and were stoked to be there for the birthday party. The boys even danced around in a circle laughing while holding hands during Musical Dots which was smile-inducing to everyone watching.

One outspoken child believed in the dust magic so much that she started coaching the other kids alongside Hannah to ensure everyone got their wish granted! It was very cute and I saw not only myself, but other parents clutch their heart when she spoke up.

Finally, when the children were told to tell their wish to their parents, the sheer explosive wholesome excitement was contagious. The kids raced to their parents, waved their arms, and shouted their wishes while bouncing up and down. Not only was it super cute, the best part was glancing at each listening parent, beaming with such genuine happiness as they watched their children’s joy and belief in magic.

I walked out of this party with the biggest grin on my face ,feeling like Hannah and I did a great job in truly giving the parents and kids a party to remember 😊

Thanks for reading,

Frozen Party Games (and jokes for a snowy day!)

Ice Princess Frozen Elsa

Q: What did Elsa say when she tripped and fell on the ice?
A: Nothing, she gave everyone the cold shoulder!

Frozen Elsa Anna Party Perth Parties Kids Remember

Frozen parties are a long-time favourite at Parties Kids Remember, ever since 2013 when the first Frozen movie came out! Since then, this party theme has been extremely popular, especially currently, due to the recent release of Frozen 2. With the brave Elsa, goofy Anna, cheeky Kristoff, and funny Olaf, it is no surprise that Frozen is a favourite of most children, boys and girls alike. If your little one is obsessed with Frozen, why not transport them to Arendelle for the icy party of a lifetime with the following fun Frozen games.

Q: What type of phone does Olaf have?
A: A snowmobile!

A fun and exciting Frozen game is the “Snowman Poop Relay”. This game brings out the competitive spirit in children 5+, and easy for parents to organise. The children are split evenly into two teams and line up at a starting point. “Snowman poop,” which are actually cotton wool balls, are scattered in the playing space. One child from each team goes into the space and tries to collect a piece of snowman poop with a spoon. Once they have it on the spoon, they need to run back and place it in their team’s bucket. Once they have placed it in the bucket, the next team member can go. The game ends when all the snowman poop is collected. The snowman poop is then counted, and the winning team is the team with the largest number of snowman poop collected. An alternative to this game, with the same equipment, is an egg and spoon relay, but with snowman poop instead of an egg.

Q: What is Elsa’s favourite type of party?
A: A snow-ball!

Frozen Elsa Anna Party Perth Parties Kids Remember

An old classic that works with the Frozen theme is musical statues. To suit this to a Frozen party, you may like to call it “Musical Freeze”. Children dance to music, but when the music stops, they must freeze as if Elsa has used her ice powers on them! If the children are older, you may like to eliminate the child that ‘freezes’ last, with the last child standing winning a prize. Otherwise, if the children are younger, give the best freezer a sticker in each round. To add another Frozen touch, play songs from the movies such as, “Let it Go”, “Love is an Open Door”, or “Into the Unknown”.

Q: Why is it dangerous for Olaf to be angry?
A: He might have a meltdown!

A final favourite Frozen party game is “Pin the carrot nose on Olaf”. A new spin on Pin the Tail on the Donkey, this game is not only fun, but inclusive, as it can be for any age groups, and no one is eliminated. All that’s needed is: A noseless Olaf picture printed out on A3 or A2 paper (a free printable can be found here), printed out carrots (one for each child – orange paper cut into triangles also works fine), blu tack for the carrots, and a blindfold. Stick the printed Olaf poster on a wall at child height. Line
the children up in front of the poster, spin them around three times when it’s their turn, and let them try their luck at getting their carrot as close to where Olaf’s should be as possible. The child who put it the closest gets a sticker or a prize.

Q: Knock knock
A: Who’s there?
Q: Yoo
A: Yoo who?
Q: Yoo hoo big summer blowout!

There you have it, some exciting Frozen games and funny Frozen jokes to make sure your child’s birthday is as cool as Elsa. To make the day even more special, why not book a Frozen entertainer for the big day? Entertainers take the stress out of the day, arriving with all the equipment needed to play the above games, and so many more! You can request Elsa, Anna, or even Kristoff, to make your child’s day! Find the Parties Kids Remember’s Ice Princess party page here!