Have you been to an twitter party? I have been to a few and I love them…
BUT last night was very special with the #CAWParty. #WatchMeFly
Over 140,000 children are taking part in Children’s Activities Week 2018
at over 10,000 kids’ classes and groups across the UK!
This fabulous twitter party last night was to raise awareness and build the excitement for the Children’s Activities Week next week.
With a massive 6.7million impressions and reaching nearly 250,000 twitter accounts
The party trended on twitter at #4 and #5 with #CAWParty AND also #CAW2018 for most of the hour with over 1000 tweets and RTs
With a winner and congratulations to the ‘dare to share’ flying costume winners @ShootingStarsFA who won a fabulous coastal break with ClassBiz and @FrenzyYTheatre and @KidsLingoUK who win Gazillion Bubbles goodies
Some of the tweets from #CAWParty showing a small sample of the support for Children’s Activities Week
If you couldn’t join the #CAWParty? Here’s just a tiny taster of some of what you missed out on!
@trudibeswick – Caudwell Children – Lovely chatting to you all and inspiring to see your passion for your businesses and children’s development. Looking forward to a wonderful week and hopefully working with you all in the future! #cawparty#caw2018 – I’m off to practice my floss!
@Our_H_Future An absolute honour to be part of this!
@MortonMichel We can’t wait!!! It’s going to be fabulous!
@BabySensoryHQ As founding members of the CAA we are incredibly moved by the enthusiasm we’ve seen towards #CAW2018. Good luck to all of our fellow children’s activities providers, we can’t wait to see what you all come up with throughout the week! #CAWparty#watchmefly
@MortonMichel Well, that was the quickest hour ever! Great to hear your exciting plans and see your fantastic #watchmefly costumes! We are thrilled to be a big part of #caw2018! Keep practising the ‘Copy Sid’ dance and we will see you next week #cawparty#worldrecordattempt
And finally, me!
I was even brave enough to respond to the challenge of filming and sharing the floss! Thanks Anne-Marie from diddi dance!
Here we go !! Being taught how to floss by my niece pic.twitter.com/sz3sqW3MEy
— Debbie Bird (@DebEditor) April 24, 2018