Product Type: Tesco in Homeware
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Tesco Happy Birthday Balloons
Member Name: anwar7
Tesco Happy Birthday Balloons
Advantages: none if you like balloons
Disadvantages: none really
Let me begin my saying I am not a fan of balloons. As a child I remember hating balloons and would scream in fear in case they popped. As an adult I no longer scream,but still don't like them and refuse to let my children have them in the car! However a birthday party is not really complete without balloons and so it was that I recently found myself having to buy a few packs from my local Tesco.
Balloons come in all shapes and sizes including really expensive helium ones, ones with lights inside and massive affairs with equally massive price tags! I really don't see the point in buying anything too elaborate and my children also seem to have just as much fun with *normal* balloons! The Tesco happy birthday balloons come in a small plastic bag with cardboard seal. Each pack contains 10 balloons of assorted colours;white,green,blue and yellow. There are two of each colour included. The ones I recently purchased had happy birthday in black writing with a small birthday cake picture surrounded by stars. Tesco also have birthday balloons with the child's age included.
The balloons were fairly easy to blow up and tie. They all have a good regular shape and are a good size when inflated. I am pleased to report that none of the balloons burst whilst being inflated! I bought two packs of these party balloons a few months ago for my sons birthday party. I like to decorate the room with balloons and find they are also fun to use for party games. It also helps your guests spot the right house for the party if you hang balloons on your fence or gate!
Before tea I like to organise a few games. One that the children enjoyed was played using balloons. Take a couple of large cardboard boxes and then split the children into two teams. Throw some balloons into the room and then tell the children they have to pretend the balloons are sheep and that they have to be *rounded up* into the pen (box). The children have to keep their hands behind their backs whilst rounding up the sheep! The winning team is the one who rounds up the most sheep. This is s good game to get children to work together.
Another game with balloons is similar to pass the parcel. However instead of a parcel a balloon is passed around a circle. When the music stops whoever has the balloon is out. The last child remaining wins a prize. There are lots of other games using balloons! My children really enjoy batting a balloon back and forward to each other.
I am really impressed with the quality of these Tesco balloons. They lasted for weeks after the part,although gradually became smaller! They are really quite strong and don't seem to pop too easily. I actually wish they didn't last as long as the noise of my children constantly batting them can become very irritating!
Summary: birthday party balloons from Tesco
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