Ds will be 6 very soon and just started kindergarden a few weeks ago. There are 17 other kids in his class. I want to have a really good party for him because up til now he's only had family members at his party and he needs to socialize more. he's the kind of kid that is super nice to all kids and very well mannered. Seval of the kids in his class are constantly getting in trouble for misbehaving and not listening. He has a best friend who he sits with a lunch everyday but he wants more kids at his party as do I (socializing). He tried making friends with this girl last week by offering her goldfish crackers at lunch(so cute) and she said no and added that she was NOT his friend when he asked her to be(quite rudely too). How do I know which kids to ask to the party? Do I have to invite all? If I invite a few how can I do it so that the others don't feel left out or get mad at ds?
You do not have to invite everyone. No school can make that rule. The school can ask you not to pass invites out in the classroom. Does the school give out a parent directory? I would just ask his teacher for a class list, and have your son choose who he wants to invite. Send the invites via US Mail if you have a directory.
I taught, and there were kids who would invite the whole class, and kids who would invite a select few. They did not pass out invites at school, but they would talk about the party of course. :)
Answer by KairisMama at 11:27 PM on Sep. 3, 2010
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Answer by pinkdena at 3:09 AM on Sep. 3, 2010
If you have a parent roster, get the addresses from there and invite the children he gets along with. Most schools do require an invite for all students of you send them in.
Answer by Christine0813 at 9:44 AM on Sep. 3, 2010
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