If you’re throwing a Scientist party for your very own little Einstein they’ve probably expressed some interest in science and your house has been a laboratory a time or two before. In our opinion it’s how you set the scene that will take your party from the ordinary afternoon science experiment to a fun-filled birthday event and all of that starts with getting your guests into the spirit:
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Pick up lab coats, goggles, test tubes, petri dishes, beakers and more to give your party a truly authentic feel. Getting to work with the same tools and sport the same attire scientists adorn will leave each of your mini scientists inspired!
Once your lab rats are dressed for success, you’re a quick scour across the world wide web away from tracking down a science project you can manage. Some parents will tag-team a couple while others will pick one and leave it at that. Totally up to your preference. Here’s some of our faves:
Pin the goggles on the scientist:
The good ole’ “baking soda and vinegar” trick
There’s about a million others to choose from so hunt around a little if none of these were what you had in mind!
As for favors your can send your guests home with party bags filled with slime, pop rocks, glow sticks, and more! In addition (unless you need 15 pairs of goggles) their outfits can be take-homes too.
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We love the idea of filling test tubes with skittles or m&m’s, the science fun can continue well after your guests have departed!
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