science birthday party

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My oldest is obsessed with science. Yep, he’s five and has been certain about his “profession to be” for almost a year now. So you can imagine how excited I was to see such a colorful science birthday party display in this month’s issue of Parents magazine.

They recycled Dad’s old dress shirts into lab coats and dressed them up a bit with safely goggles, rubber gloves and an “official” scientist name tag to complete the look.

And I simply love they way they set up a make-your-own sundae station by filling plastic graduated cylinders and petri dishes with candy, cake, and cereal using tongs, measuring cups, and funnels as scoops. My guy would love this!

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I can imagine the mess, but how cool to use food coloring to tint one glass of water yellow and another blue, then have kids use a dropper to race to mix up a third cup of green water. Fun!

And what about these favors: jumbo plastic test tubes filled with rock-candy crystals. I found the test tubes at Oriental Trading.Yum!

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate! And make sure you stop in the shoppe to create your own party with our science birthday party supplies!

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    erica nunez says

    Hi I love your display and party, so amazing!
    can you guide me where i can buy the elements? such as shape of test tubes and parts described is crafts? can;t find the store here??? to buy? thank you

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