10 End of the Year Party Ideas for Teens3 min read
If you have end-of-the-year parties in your homeschool, then you know how everyone looks forward to them. It’s a time for everyone to celebrate another school year gone by, with its highs and lows, and to look forward to the next year.
There are so many fun ways to celebrate the end of a school year, but as your kids grow up to become teenagers, they can get a little pickier – they don’t care so much for the playground anymore!
So, here are 10 end of the year party ideas for teens
1. Beach day
Who doesn’t love a beach day, right? Just pack some snacks and easy lunch and go down to the beach! Invite a couple of friends and just have fun! After all, sun, sand and surf do make an effortlessly awesome party.
Go-karting is quite a popular teen activity. Your teen and his friends can enjoy an afternoon of go-karting and then go for pizza later.
3. Movie night
Allow your teen to host a movie night at your home for his friends. You could set up your movie inside the house or even outdoors. Set up a screen and a projector. Get some (or a lot of) popcorn, cotton candy and you have your very own home movie theatre.
4. Pizza party
A pizza party is probably the easiest of parties to organize. All you need for this is a bunch of teenagers and pizza. That’s pretty much it!
5. Game night
Game nights are the best. They’re not at all stressful to organize and everyone has a good time. You can play board games, card games, Pictionary and so on. You could set up a big screen for the teenagers to play some video games. You could also plan out minute-to-win-it games!
6. Laser tag or paintball
These are great activities to celebrate the end of another school year with friends. Your teen can invite his friends over for some snacks after they’re covered in paint!
7. Indoor party
If the weather outside is not favorable, why not stick indoors and have a party! You could pick an indoor venue and get snacks. There are many indoor places including trampoline parks and rock climbing.
8. Pool party
You can ask if someone in your homeschool group has a pool that they’re willing to share. Or you could rent your local community pool for a day. A pool idea is always a fun party idea. Get some snacks and music, and you’re good to go!
9. Overnight trip
Overnight trips are always such a great idea to party and bond. You could go camping and take along supplies for s’mores and hotdogs! You could also plan an extended field trip or visit an amusement park in another city.
10. Amusement Park
Help your teen to plan a day where he and a bunch of friends can go and visit an amusement park. It could be a local amusement park or a not-so-local one because the journey adds to half the fun!