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TRENDS: Mad Scientist Parties on Catch My Party

by Jillian Leslie on

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I'm loving the trend of Mad Scientist parties. They work for a boy or a girl, the experiments are cool (plus they're a built-in party activity), and they celebrate the geek in all of us. Check out these party photos from our main site...

Shelley K's Mad Scientist Birthday Party Experiments:

  • Soda explosions using Mentos we called volcano eruptions
  • Invisible ink using lemon juice and a blow dryer or candle flame
  • Instant snow
  • Flubber
  • We also used film canisters and made the tops blow off and called them rocket canisters

Christine K's Caitlyn's Mad Science Birthday Party Experiments:

  • Blow up balloons with baking soda and vinegar
  • Instant snow
  • Creating a vortex using 2 plastic soda bottles connected with a tornado tube
  • Diet Coke and Mentos geysers
  • We hired a "Mad Scientist" but I recommend just getting Steve Spangler's Ultimate Science Party kit or buying the experiments individually and doing them yourself

Judy S's Mad Science Birthday Experiments:

  • Bubbling potions with beakers and flasks
  • Dry ice to see how different metals reacted with it
  • The kids got to take home a pet tornado which they thought was super cool!

Katie K's Mad Science 10th Birthday Blast Experiments:

  • Slime
  • Instant snow
  • Color changing milk
  • Lava lamps
  • Elephant toothpaste
  • Also had a microscope with different slides of cool stuff for the kids to look at, a tornado tube, science books, and beakers with dry ice

If you throw a Mad Science party, we'd love to show it off, so please add it to our main site!

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    Shelley K. wrote:

    Love all the parties! Thanks for the feature :)

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