Kiko relates the story of a goldfish youngster who, despite being an only child, is incredibly self-sufficient. Lola the discus fish, Ting Ting the crab, Patino the catfish, and Poli the betta fish are Kiko’s four best buddies.
The adversaries, Karkus the catfish and Pupus the eel, on the other hand, are constantly causing havoc in Kiko’s life. One day, the lake where Kiko lives becomes polluted as a result of human irresponsibility, forcing Kiko and his buddies to mutate.
Looking for Kiko’s printables and free invitations is quite hard. But, you don’t have to worry, because we created tons of invitation templates that you can get for free.
In addition, I’ve made or left a pretty large spaces, so you can freely write or type your party information and it can be crystal clear enough to be easily read by your guests.
How to download
- Firstly, choose your favorite design, then right-click that preview image.
- Select “Save image as” and Locate where you want it to be saved in your device.
- You can leave it as it is, and open it later when the download is finished.
Open the file with third party apps such as Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Paint, Corel Draw and so forth.
For beginner: it’s better for you to use Ms. Word, and it’s capable to do that flawlessly and there are many features to help you, like inserting text, changing the font styles and so on.
Kids party games are a great way to get everyone involved – we’ve found some of the best games to play both indoors and outdoors.
Unless you are very brave, hard boil the eggs beforehand (though I must admit, it’s much funnier if your eggs aren’t boiled – especially for tweens and teens), you’ll need one egg per pair.
Pair players up and have them toss an egg back and forth to each other. Each time the children both catch it, they must take a step backward and continue. The team that can catch their egg with the furthest distance between them, wins!
For a sack race you will need a hessian/burlap sack or a large pillowcase for each player (you can also play in relay teams to minimise the number of sacks you need). To race, guests must stand with their feet inside the sack and on ‘go’ race to the finish line (or to their teammate if you’re playing relay style). The first player to cross the finish line or first team to have all members jump is the winner.
Before party day you’ll need to purchase or make a piñata to match your party theme and fill it with treats.
Hang the piñata so that it is hanging at about head height. Have party goers stand in a line a few metres away. Traditionally, players are blindfolded and gently spun around three times before trying to hit the piñata with a wooden stick but nowadays players simply take turns hitting the piñata (without a blindfold) until it breaks open.
The only thing more fun than a party is one where finger foods are being served! That’s why we’ve rounded up the best finger food ideas to feed a crowd.
Fried Mac and Cheese Balls
This irresistible recipe turns comforting mac and cheese into a hand-held party appetizer. You’ll love everything about them—including the crispy potato chip coating.
Cranberry Brie Bites
This holiday favorite is a great way to use up leftover cranberry sauce. It’s tart, creamy, crunchy, and impossible to eat just one!
Any Southern comfort food menu needs these fried pickles as a starter. They’re delicious on their own but serve them with creamy ranch dressing and everyone will be going back for more!