Our sweet girl has always loved science and after getting an experiment kit from my parents for Christmas, she was set on having a science experiment birthday party! I LOVED the idea and had such a great time getting everything together for the kids to have a great time. She wanted to invite her entire class this year and a few friends her age from church so we had it at the park just in case everyone could make it. After a soggy evening and morning, I was thanking God for giving us such a beautiful afternoon because we had 23 kids celebrating with us! I didn't get a picture of all the tables but we had a "Guess How Many M&M's are in the Jar", items set up to look at with a magnifying glass, make your own slime and Sink or Float where they guessed what items would sink and what items would float. It was so much fun & worth all the effort!!
The kids LOVED the dry ice I finally found! I was trying to get a bubble layer on top of the bowl for the carbon dioxide of the dry ice to blow a bubble but it was too windy =( The kids still liked to watch and anticipate what was going to happen. LOVE this picture of our faces after a little bubble popped!
feeling the "smoke" from the dry ice
Here they are waiting for our explosion! Mentos and soda...didn't explode as well as
I'd hoped but they still enjoyed it!
Me and my birthday girl with our beaker cake!! It had dry ice in the middle to look like it was brewing something but you can't really see the "smoke" in the picture. The kids thought it was so cool!