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For Aaron's 7th birthday, his Mum wanted a theme that would keep the kids captivated, and not running around destroying the place like last year. Mad Science to the rescue!
View the full party blog, including experiment instructions, at http://easybreezyparties.com.au/party-inspiration-and-ideas/item/7-mad-science-a-perfect-theme-for-active-kids.html.

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Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Scientific sausage rolls; heliotropic honey joys; exploding (chocolate) crackles; stardust slices (fairy bread); circumferential cupcakes and squashed laboratory assistants (gingerbread men).

  • What People Drank

    Pop-tops with science themed labels

  • Best Moment

    The priceless expressions on the kids faces as the flubber came together...and when the Coke and Mentos geyser exploded.

  • Funniest Moment

    Kids running under the shooting fountain of Coke.

  • Most Touching Moment

    Every kid making sure their self-made flubber was included in their party bag - never mind the bought stuff, they all wanted cheap and sticky flubber!

  • Best Dressed

    Everyone! All kids had aprons, laboratory IDs and Einstein hair headbands.

  • Desserts

    Exploding crackles, heliotropic honeyjoys and circumferencial cupcakes. Mmmm!

  • Party Favors

    Dangerous party bags full of experimental fun! Test tube jelly beans, flubber (that the kids had made), glowing balls, stretchy frogs and exploding candy.

  • Activities / Games

    Experiments galore! Making ooey gooey flubber, vinegar volcanoes, Coke and Mentos geyser and more.

  • Budget

    $500 including party decorations, entertainment and premium party bags.

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4 comments

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    Janet Z wrote:

    Love the party! where did you find the test tubes with the clear stands? and where can I find the recipe for the flubber? Thanks

  • Easy Breezy Parties   Fiona A

    Easy Breezy Parties Fiona A wrote:

    Hi there! You can find flubber-making instructions on my blog at http://easybreezyparties.com.au/party-inspiration-and-ideas/item/17-how-to-make-flubber.html. The test tubes and stands came from Happy Lab http://www.happylab.com.au/. You can often buy test tubes in party shops, though I haven't seen them with these rounded bottoms or with the stand.

  • Carrie H

    Carrie H wrote:

    Where did you get your prim tables? They are awesome!

  • Easy Breezy Parties   Fiona A

    Easy Breezy Parties Fiona A wrote:

    Prim tables? I'm not sure what that means! But the printables were from The Party Chick on Etsy, and the test tubes with stands were from Happy Lab in Melbourne, Australia (www.happylab.com.au).

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