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    For pre prep and prep, invites go in communication pockets. After that kids give them out.

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    No one has to invite the whole class. I just feel at 3, 4 or 5 kids are still young and feeling left out isn't much fun so if we aren't inviting the whole class I make the inviting process more subtle.

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    Well a mum invited 8 out of 13 kids from V's class just last week, and the kids were talking about the cool themed party and he wanted to know why I wouldn't let him go. The hardest part is V counts this little girl amongst his besties. There's a little pack of 4 who have stuck together since the first day and the other two are invited, V's the only one of their little pack not invited.

    I don't think you should have to invite the whole class, but I do think that inviting more than a couple makes it hard on the littles. Older kids will understand, so I'm really just talking about the kindy/prep kind of age.

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    We did the whole class for Kinder - in the first year it was cause he only had one friend and played equally with everyone else. Then last year the class was smaller (18) so we thought 'why not?' as the year before only 13 of the 29 kids came (it was a rotational model kinder that year). Problem was that 17 of the 18 kids came and there were 5 siblings too (of the kinder kids) and my 2 kids and their 4 cousins! Never again!

    But, it's the homework folders that the teachers won't let us send the invites home in unless they are for everyone. It doesn't make sense to me at all, as surely that is the best & most subtle way for invites to be handed out? I'm glad other schools don't have this rule as it seems silly to me.

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    On reflection, I actually think your school is overstepping the mark by telling you how to conduct a party during your own time.

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