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What You Can Do To Host A Virtual Party | Online Children's Entertainment - Vlog

Scavenger Hunt!

There are hundreds of ideas available to choose from when it comes to planning your own virtual party. You can have a scavenger hunt to keep the kids active with the help of the other parents. Within each of their homes, the parents can hide a different item for the kids to find and bring back to home base as soon as possible. One of the big advantages to using Zoom is you can share your screen with everyone to help track track of the hunt!

Quizzes & Game Shows!

Hosting a quiz or a game show is a great way to run your virtual party because of the limitless potential included. You can run a simple Q&A quiz themed to animated movies. Round 1 would be Disney related questions, round 2 would be Pixar, etc. But you can take this one step further and make the quiz interactive so it's more visual.You can take this one step further with an interactive quiz that isn't just questions. In one of our Facebook live streams, our entertainer Jorden did an emoji based quiz where the audience had to answer with emojis. In another Facebook Live, Jess did a dance quiz where the audience had to guess the type of dance she was doing (e.g the robot, the Macarena).

You can take this one step further and host your very own name show! For example, you could lay out a lot of objects across the room for the kids to see, then remove one of the objects offscreen and see if the audience can guess what object is now absent. Like the Generation Game. If you are using Zoom and you have presentation software like Powerpoint, you could have pictures of different Disney princesses and the kids have to guess the name of the princess.

Netflix & Board Games!

One of the biggest questions we get asked is how can we throw a party for older children. A perfect solution is to go with a Netflix party session. Thanks to modern technology we can now do a joint session together. Everyone can chat with each other about the movie/show they're watching. As long as everyone has a Netflix account with internet connection, you are good to go.

Another great option is board games. Let's say you're playing monopoly. You can have your camera point at it from a birds-eye-view. Everyone from home has their own dice and the host moves their pieces for them. Certain board games work, others don't. Great for kids into specific board games.

Don't Forget The Entertainment!

Of course, we still highly recommend booking virtual parties with Non-Stop Kids and allow us to run everything for you from an entertainment and technical point of view. We have performed over 4,000 virtual parties for kid's birthdays as well as for the NHS and Octopus Energy. You can check out our packages and send us an enquiry form for a no-obligation consultation. Or alternatively call us on 0333 301 3002.

Thanks for checking out today's vlog. We look forward to providing a fantastic virtual birthday party for you soon! If you haven't already, make sure to check out our previous vlog that talked about hosting your own virtual party from a technical point of view. See you soon!

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