Ages 6-8

THERE’S ALWAYS LOTS OF FUN, FUN, FUN WITH THESE GUYS! I LOVE THE LOOK OF SURPRISE AND DELIGHT ON THEIR FACES WHEN I SING A CURRENT RADIO HIT.

THE SONGS Starting off with songs that kids and parents all know, loosens up the crowd and gets everyone in a party mood. When we throw in some rock ‘n’ roll oldies, a couple of catchy country tunes, and a few summer camp favorites, we’ve got ourselves a rockin’ time!

FUN & GAMES Dance games like Freeze Dancing, and The Limbo are always good for a laugh and really get everyone fired up. Another kid-pleaser is the rhyming name song… Jeannie jeannie bo beannie, banana fana fo feannie… which gets their brains working and their tongues moving. At outdoor parties nothing beats bringing out the parachute for some action-packed fun.

SPECIAL SONG REQUESTS Most kids have a couple of songs they love to sing along to and never seem to get tired of hearing. If I don’t already know their favorites, I’m happy to learn them. I just need at least 2 weeks’ notice (for 1-2 songs).

LET’S CHAT Each party is unique… just like your child. There can be some hugely varying maturity levels in this age group… from giggly 5-year-olds just turning 6, to more mature 8-year-olds who are discovering new and exciting musical genres. I can adapt my show to fit any and ALL personalities. For the younger kids in this group feel free to check out my 4 – 5 year-old section for additional ideas. But most importantly, I’d love to hear about your birthday boy or girl so we can get this party to really reflect his or her personality.

LENGTH Plan on 45 – 55 minutes of fun-packed games and songs!

PRICING Pricing may vary slightly depending upon when and where the event is taking place. CALL OR EMAIL me so I can provide an accurate quote.

START TIME I like to begin 15 minutes to 30 minutes after the guests arrive. That way the kids are fresh, focused, and ready to participate.

EATS In general, I find it’s best to serve food after the entertainment is over.

FOCUS If you want the kids to be tuned in mostly to the musical fun, then keeping other options to a minimum is a good idea. But, if offering additional sure-to-please choices to the kids is important to you, then that’s okay, too. Just be aware that toys, swing sets, pools, or bouncy houses will distract from the musical entertainment.

TOOT! TOOT! Handing out party hats, favors, and noisemakers is ideally done after the music is finished.