Concoct some fun with this super cute and studious theme!  The creativity is off the charts in this Science Party from Jen Herrema- Jen hosted this adorable party for her son, and it is full of great ideas for your little scientist!

The party table is fabulous- and I love how each guest had their own lab coat!  Details are everywhere in this party!

This tower of cookies with of beakers, test tubes, and element N9 is perfect!

The activities for the party are spot-on and so much fun for the kids!  I love the elephant soap activity and the awesome photo booth!

What a SMART way to celebrate!! Thank you for sharing Noah’s party!!

Here is more about the party from Noah’s mom Jen…

 

As my son gets older, it seems to be getting harder to come up with new and fun birthday theme ideas. He’s in 3rd grade this year and he’s been learning a lot more science.  I came across Lillian Hope Designs printables on Etsy and I showed the science theme to my son, Noah. I asked him if he would like to have a science party for his 9th birthday where we could try experiments and he said YES!!
After much research on Etsy and Pinterest, there were a few ideas that we just had to do, such as radioactive worms (jello filled Petri dishes with gummy worms), science cookies, individual lab coats and personalized badges.
I went online and found the Science Wizard who does assemblies and birthday parties. I contacted him right away and booked him for the party. I’m so glad I did because the kids just loved seeing all the cool science demonstrations. They were having fun AND learning at the same time. Awesome!
I also wanted to do a science experiment with the kids. We decided on the Elephant Toothpaste Experiment. It uses simple ingredients and there’s a lot of you tube videos online. It didn’t turn out quite how we thought it would but that’s the fun of science. There were a few green, foamy explosions that were definitely not on the agenda but the kids enjoyed it!
This was one of the most interactive and fun parties ever!
Science printables –
Science invite –
Science Cookies – NBT Nothing But Treats (Facebook)
Cupcake toppers – Harriet’s House of Cakes (Etsy)
Test tubes, badge covers/clips, disposable lab coats, Periodic Table backdrop, Safety glasses –  Amazon
Test Tube Party Pack, 24-Hole Rack with Clear 6″ Test Tube Shot Glasses and Caps https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NKM9PMO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_kwMWwbRHGKKBV
GBC BadgeMates Vertical ID Badge Holder, 4 x 3 Inches, Clear, 25 Holders per Pack (3747473) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0024KI4T8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_WwMWwbSK994N2
Makerspace Lab Disposable Lab Coats, White, Child Large, 10 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B011LOQDWW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_YxMWwbGZSAVAZ
Updated Periodic Table of Elements Chemical Scientific Chart Shower Curtain. Waterproof Fabric Soft and Odorless. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012NDI3PU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_ZyMWwbM6FP7JD
Gateway Safety 3699 Colorful StarLite Gumballs Safety Glasses, Small, All Colors Included (Pack of 10) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HM9Y6ZM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_ozMWwb1BK39T2
Petri Dishes – Sciencebobstore.com
Glasses and mini notebooks – Dollar Tree
Noah’s Science Shirt – Studio Solaris Kids on Etsy
Personalized Lab Coat –
Periodic table – Digital file on Etsy
Food/Candy Labels – I came up with all the scientific names and used clip art from the digital file purchased from Lillian Hope Designs on Etsy
Banners (Science, Science Lab 9, Gifts) I created using my Cricut cutting machine
Elephant toothpaste experiment idea –
Plates/Napkins – Party City
Discover the Chemistry World print – Etsy
Centerpieces – I created these by using clip art from Lillian Hope Designs
Science fabric on candy buffet – found at Joann’s
Helium Balloons – Etsy
Science guy –