For parents, teenage sleepovers can be very stressful. Of course tweens or teens might call the sleepover an all-night party. Most experts agree that today's teens and tweens aren't getting enough sleep. Research shows that lack of sleep can impair everything from personal relationships to how well kids do in school.
Sleepover Slumber Party Ideas
Sleepover and Slumber Party Ideas, Games and Activities
The best sleepover games to play at a slumber party! These fun sleepover games for girls are sure to keep everyone happy and having fun all night! Minute to Win It Games! There are 35 fun games on our Minute to Win it games page! Fun and challenging games - great for slumber parties! All use common household items and are easy to learn. Grab a stopwatch and see how many at the sleepover can finish the game in 1 minute!
If the thought of sleepover games makes your daughter wince "Really, Mom? We're, like tweens, now. We're waaay too old for games" , maybe she just needs some fresh ideas. Once your kids get over the fact they learned these sleepover games and activities from you, they'll be just as obsessed as you were at their age. To play this predict-the-future sleepover game, write MASH at the top of a piece of paper, and then fill in categories underneath -- think husband, car, number of children, jobs, colors—adding five options per category.
Experimenting in the kitchen is a majorly fun, creative way for a group of teenage girls to spend a slumber party. Get busy making the evening's treats such as homemade pizza, ice cream and cupcakes, or even set up a popcorn bar to create some interesting new flavors! It's a fun way to ensure that everyone will be fed for the night; come the morning, another brilliant idea is to make pancakes and waffles for breakfast!