How to throw an online children’s birthday party

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Being a parent in the middle of a pandemic is already tough enough, let alone if your child’s birthday falls during a quarantine. Well, no need to worry, in this blog you will not only learn how to throw an online children’s birthday party, we will make it as easy as 1, 2, 3.


  1. Technology has come so far, and whether it’s Zoom (our preference) or any number of other social platforms, you can connect through video chat, and bring the party, and all your guests, right into the comfort and safety of your living room.
  2. You only need to decorate one room. You read that correctly, one room, not your entire house. Just the room you want to host your party in, and will appear online to your guests. You may also want to bake a cake, and have it, candles and a lighter on hand. And the best part, after your party’s done, no mess. Your guests are all attending virtually.
  3. Finally, you’ll need entertainment. I mean, I’m sure Uncle Joe has a million stories he’d love to share, but what would really engage both the young, and the young at heart? Magic. A professional children’s magician can anticipate your needs, not through telepathy, but through experience. We highly recommend The Magic of Scott Dietrich. But don’t take our word for it, the readers of City Parent Magazine (one of Canada’s largest publications for families) voted Scott the Greater Toronto Area’s “Best Children’s Party Entertainer” for 8 consecutive years.


So, when it’s broken down, hosting an online children’s birthday party really is as easy as 1, 2, 3. We hope you found this blog helpful, and that you and your family stay safe, and have a memorable, and magical birthday party for your child!