The first stop in our Littlest Pet Shop party was the adopt-a-pet station. Each child picked their favorite little pet and named them. Each child had an origami box to color and personalize for their little pet. Some of them colored them to match the little blankets I had cut for their pets out of fabric scraps. Each child was also able to pick some accessories to take home for their pet.
The kids loved the photo booth and took turns wearing all of the different masks for pictures.
The table featured puppy leashes, kitty snacks, kitty chow, bird worms and the cupcakes. I wanted their to be a healthy element to balance the leashes and works out so I added this little fruit hedge hog.
We played ring toss and of course no animal themed party would be complete without kitten races, where everybody pushes little balls of yarn across the floor with their nose.
After games, the kids were excited to sit down and watch episodes from the new Littlest Pet Shop show and play with the new toys. While the toys do need some adult supervision to get them built correctly, we have absolutely loved them. They have so many opportunities for customization, The come with little Deco Bits that the kids can add to each set to make each set truly unique. My daughter loved that you can stack the rooms to create a tall apartment style building or leave them all of the ground to have a longer street to play with. I loved that the new toys leave so much up to individual kids instead of structuring each element of play.
My daughter seriously had such a blast sharing one of her favorite toys with all of her friends and who doesn’t love bringing home a new pet to love?