Graduation Party Part Three: Having Fun and Cleanup Tips

Graduation Party Part Three: Having Fun and Cleanup Tips!

Graduation Party Part Three: Having Fun and Cleanup Tips

Graduation Party Part Three: Having Fun and Cleanup Tips

Today is part three of graduation party advice from our sage 7Sister, Allison. If you get the details down, you can relax and have a good time at your homeschooler’s graduation party!

I’m looking forward to applying her advice at my youngest’s get-together this June!

Here it is:Graduation Party Part Three: Having Fun and Cleanup Tips

Have a good time: Remember, this is a celebration.  The point is for you and your guests to feel comfortable and enjoy yourselves. 

If any plans make you feel too stressed, find an easier way:

  • Buy deli trays
  • Have the whole event catered
  • Just have beverages, chips, and dessert

There are no rules to follow, just suggestions to help you plan your own personalized event.

Graduation Party Part Three: Having Fun and Cleanup TipsTrash: Make sure you have large trash cans located in several obvious spots.  Make it easy for your guests to clean up after themselves.

If you are going the canned drink route for your beverages, also have recycle cans next to the trash cans.  Be sure to clearly label these so you don’t have to sort through the trash later.

 Cleanup: Don’t turn down any offers of help! Have a prepared list of cleanup duties on hand and you can quickly delegate when the offers come. Also include a list of borrowed items and where they are to be stored until returning them.Prayer Journal 1 600x800

Now it is time to pray, pray, pray for the graduate and what happens next! Our prayer journals can help keep you on task ($2.99 for a 30-day
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Graduation Party Part Three: Having Fun and Cleanup Tips

Vicki Tillman

Blogger, curriculum developer at 7SistersHomeschool.com, counselor, life and career coach, SYMBIS guide, speaker, prayer person. 20+year veteran homeschool mom.

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