A party to celebrate Ivy’s preschool graduation.
Be there to share the fun
C you on the 25th of June!
Other suggestions for invitations:
- Postcard photo of your child in graduation cap.
- Your child’s handprints and the class graduation year, printed along with the party details on a sheet of paper, then rolled into a scroll and tied like a diploma.
- Mini graduation caps.
- Cardstock cutouts of letters and shapes, hung with ribbon from the ceiling.
- Draw a chalk, hopscotch style board on the walkway to your front door. Instead of all square boxes, draw a combination of squares, circles and triangles to create the board. Fill the shapes in with letters instead of numbers.
- Build a table centerpiece out of alphabet blocks. Stack and arrange them to spell out a graduation message.
- Use alphabet blocks as place markers by placing guests’ initials or spelling out their names at their place settings.
- Display a few photos of the graduate, from baby to present.
- Sandwiches, brownies or cereal treats, cut into shapes of triangles, rectangles, circles and squares.
- Fruit and cheese kebobs, cut into various shapes.
- Graduation cap cupcakes.
- Preschool graduation cake.
- Alphabet crackers.
- Diploma shaped food, such as taquitos or string cheese, tied with spaghetti strands.
- Diploma wrap sandwiches.
- Musical shapes (kids sit on cardboard cutouts of shapes instead of chairs).
- Musical graduation caps (place a cap on each chair, when music stops, kids have to put on caps. The player without a cap is out of the game).
- Alphabet charades (first player acts out something that starts with the letter A, second player does letter B, and so on).
- Draw letters and shapes onto sticky notes. Divide the notes among the players. Set a timer and instruct them to stick their papers to items around the house that match the shapes or start with the letters on their papers. The goal is to be out of sticky notes before time runs out.
- Use wooden alphabet blocks as stamps for kids to create stamp art.
- Hold your own mock graduation ceremony where kids are awarded homemade diplomas.
- Letter and number fridge magnets.
- Alphabet blocks.
- Letter shaped stencils.
- Shape and letter stickers.
- Alphabet books.
- Mini chalkboards an chalk.
- Mini composition notebooks and pencils.
- Pencil case with supplies for kindergarten.
- Sidewalk chalk.
- Beach pail and shovel.