After-School Shindig

by Roch Vergara   |  Mar 22, 2009
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What do you do after your final exams? Enjoy and have fun, of course! There's no other way to celebrate the end of the school year than to have a get-together and party. We give you ideas on what to do and the list of things you need to make your year-end party worth remembering.

  1. Summer Lovin'
    What to wear: This is the time to start wearing your summer outfits! Sun dresses, maxi dress, or even the classic shorts and tank top will keep you in the loop.
    What to eat: You'll be in the pool most of the time so better prepare finger food. Pizza, chicken lollipops, and hotdogs sound like a good idea. A cold pitcher of lemonade and iced tea will complete your menu.
    What to do: Spice up your pool party with some games like tag, wrestling, or water polo. Don't forget to apply sun block to keep your skin protected while having fun under the sun.

  2. Slumber Party
    What to wear: PJs! That's why it's also called "Pajama Party." :)
    What to eat: Sweets, ice cream, and anything you can indulge while reminiscing about your crazy moments during the school year.
    What to do: You can make your slumber party a "spa night." You can paint each other's nails or put on facial masks. You need to release all the stress from studying for your finals.

  3. Out of Town Trip
    What to wear
    : Wear your most comfortable clothes while on the trip. Always be prepared and expect the unexpected. Take note of all the places you're going to so you won't miss out on the clothes you need to bring.
    What to eat: Whether you're going on a short trip or a long joy ride, be sure to bring chips and some sweets just in case you get hungry during the trip.
    What to do: Plan what you're going to do on your out of town trip. Bring board games or cards to keep you and your friends on the go. That way, you won't get bored at all!

  4. Top Chefs
    What to wear: It's cooking time! Have your aprons ready because it's going to be messy! Wear your most comfortable clothes and shoes and tie your hair up in a bun or ponytail.
    What to eat: Be sure to have all your ingredients ready for your cooking session. Go grocery shopping with the recipe and ingredient list at hand so you won't miss out on anything.
    What to do: Challenge yourselves by cooking something you've never done before. Being clueless about the taste of what you're going to prepare will make your cooking party more interesting and fun!
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