#4: Pass the parcel When the parcel arrives to a child, it is his/her turn to unwrap one layer. To mix things up a bit, you can include notes between layers, such as “Pass the parcel to the next person who is wearing red!” or “Tell a joke or miss your turn!” We also tricked the children with the size of the parcel by wrapping a bunch of layers on a box, then hiding that box into a larger box and adding more layers.
From pesto salmon and veggies cooked in foil to lemon, garlic chicken baked in parchment, if you hate doing the dishes these parcel-wrapped recipes are the easy, fuss free way to do impressive dinners without the mess. Plus, with flaky fish and nutritious veggie sides in the mix, this cooking hack won’t compromise health. Big on flavour but low on washing up, simply wrap the ingredients before baking in the oven for a no clean-up meal ideal for those busy weeknights.
LA/Ontario International Airport, Ontario, CA. I flew in to here on my way to Anaheim. It's often used as a location for television and movie production, and I've recognized it in several TV commercials. Ontario is also a major hub for the UPS parcel delivery service.
Pass the Parcel: unwrap layers of bags to get to the goodie inside. Each bag layer has an action or way to sing on it. Kids sing while parcel is passed, and when pianist stops, child holding it will unwrap one layer. They then stand up front (or inside a circle) doing the action until the song is over (so each child only has one turn).