Turning Spring Cleaning into a Party

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Your kids may not agree that spring cleaning can be fun but we have a way of turning spring cleaning with kids into a party! Yes, a real party with delicious food, music, activities and more. Sounds too good to be true, right? I promise that I wouldn’t lie to you. Here are some fun ways to turn spring cleaning into a party!

Spring Cleaning with Kids

Spring Cleaning With Kids:

You can space your spring cleaning out for a week so that you just concentrate on one area a day. If you try to pack too much into a day, everyone may get worn out before the party!

While cleaning, each person can be allowed to pick out one thing in each room that they think would be great for a party. Some examples could be: a pretty dress in the bedroom, a board game in the hall closet, the stereo in the living room…you get the idea.

Spring Cleaning with Kids

The real party planning starts when you reach the kitchen! All parties start with a menu, right? While cleaning and organizing the kitchen, you can work together to find one party item in each drawer or cupboard. Some examples: a BBQ recipe in one of your cookbooks, a fancy serving tray in a cupboard, spices on the shelf, a bottle opener for pop, etc.

Spring Cleaning with Kids

Throughout the week, you can put these items aside for the party or you can simply write them down on a piece of paper so that you remember.

Spring Cleaning with Kids

At the end of the week (with a clean house) you can now concentrate on the party! Yes, I know you just cleaned and you’re worried about making a mess again but trust me – quality time with the family will all be worth it.

With my Smudge-Proof Kitchen, I know I can enjoy planning a party with my family while not worrying about the mess. With their patented Smudge-Proof™ Stainless Steel finish, Frigidaire Gallery® and Frigidaire Professional® stainless-steel appliances have a new anti-smudge technology that resists those sticky little fingerprints and is easier to clean than traditional stainless steel surfaces. Simply use a damp cloth and wipe off the splatters with one wipe!

I’d love to hear what type of party you’d love to plan with your kids? A camping party in the backyard? An indoor beach party for a rainy day? A surprise Father’s Day brunch? Let me know in the comments below.

Spring Cleaning with Kids

Disclosure: I am part of the Frigidaire Canada Ambassador program with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.

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