Does your child love all things Science? I’m so excited to finally be able to share the Science Birthday Party I created for PBS Parents!
My boys love science so this was right up their alley! Head on over to PBS Parents to see all the fun details and party plan to help you concoct your own Science Birthday Party!
Science Birthday Party Plan includes:
Free Party Printables – Invitation, Thank You Card, Tent Cards, Science Signs, Placemats and Activity Placemats
Party Decorations – Science Party Banner, Science Party Backdrop, Science Signs, Science Lab Centerpiece and Molecule Model
Party Food including Easy Recipes – Petri Dish Jello, Catalyst Cupcakes, Radioactive Cupcakes, Science Lab Dip and Candy Rope Double Helix
Party Activities – Science Activity Placemat, Lemon Juice Invisible Ink, Frankenworms Gummy Experiment and Science Photo Booth Props
Party Favors – Candy Test Tube Favors, Safety Goggles, DIY No Sew Bow Ties and Science ID Tags
Bring out your inner scientist and head on over to PBS Parents for all the fun!
See you there!
Party Styling & Photography – Michelle’s Party Plan-It for PBS Parents
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This is adorable and pretty clever! I may have to borrow elements of this for my library! Out theme is Heroes but I am sure there is a way to incorporate scientists as heroes.
Thank you Rachee!
This party is completely adorable! I love all your ideas. I am a big science nerd at heart. I am hoping maybe one of my kids will ask me for a science party one day. It would be so fun to plan! Thanks for sharing all your ideas!
Thank you Laura!
Love love love LOVE the nerds rope DNA strand!!
Thank you Nikki, it is one my favs too!
hi, this is all fab. I’m planning a science party for my (nearly) 6 yr old. How did you make the DNA? if you don’t mind me asking?
Hi! I twisted Nerd candy roped into a helix shaped. Super easy! Just buy the nerd candy ropes and crisscross two to make the shape.
OMG this is THE most adorable science-themed party for kids I’ve ever seen! You made the party look festive and colorful, fun and interesting for the kids, and sophisticated and entertaining for the adults! Love!!
Thank you so much Laura!
This is such a fun party! Love it!
Thank you Summer!
Great party Michelle!!!! I love all the cute food and sweets (nerds rope DNA being my favorite) I also love how you displayed them in the beakers, petri dish, and test tubes so clever!!!
Thank you Blanca!
This is such a fun and adorable party. I love it.
Thank you Laura!
Oh my goodness, this looks like such a fun party! I love all the little details that you thought of! SO fun!
Thank you so much!
Thank you so much for sharing this with Awesome Things Tuesday last week! Come party with us again, we’d love to have you!
This is so darn CUTE!!!! Love the theme! Will be featuring them at this weekends Creative Collection link party, yay! XO
This is freaking awesome! I kind of want a party like this for me… lol
Thank you Marie!
This looks great! I hope to be able to recreate some of your wonderful ideas!
I was wondering for the large black “poster” backdrop.
What size is that? If large, I’m assuming you got it done at professional print shop?
Are the printable decorations easily printable without any adjustments or changes?
Any tips on printing the decorations, would be appreciated. I am NOT tech savy at all!
It was a blast and not really that hard to do!
So much fun! My son who is 8 would love this party!