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How to Give Your Kids the Best Birthday Party

Jul 20, 2018 12:00 AM

The birth of a child is a day in parents lives that they remember forever. It is a momentous occasion filled with the highest happiness accompanied by uncertainty. You want your kids birthdays to be as memorable as their birth. As each year passes, you search for different parks or various local venues to host the affair. Many parents stress about the party theme and where to find suitable decorations.

Well, look no further! Mad Science takes care of every detail to make your youngsters birthday celebration as stress-free as possible. We offer a wide range of themes, and affordable party packages to choose from that will fit every budget. Mad Science provides party suggestions for youngsters from 5 - 12 years old and run between 45 - 60 minutes long. Rain or shine, you can count on Mad Science to deliver an awesome party for you and your guests.

Some of our themes include The Super Hero Science Party, The Electricity Party, and The Air Blast Party.

  • The Super Hero Science Party - Girls and boys ages 5 - 10 will thoroughly enjoy this birthday theme. Some of the endless possibilities throughout this theme are shooting your “Super Hero” into the sky and turning water into juice. Guests will make their own Mad Science Slime to take home as a souvenir.
  • The Electricity Party - This theme is especially intriguing because part of the party takes place in a dark room. It is geared for kids ranging from 5 to 10 years old. Some of the features of this theme are learning about conductors for the Tesla coil and what the difference is between kinetic energy and potential energy.
  • The Air Blast Party - This theme is suitable for boys and girls ages 5 through 8. The children will be mesmerized by the magician who demonstrates differences in air pressure and tornadoes. Afterward, kids will create their own chemical meltdown and will make and take home their individual package of Mad Science Slime.

We also offer party “enhancements” such as The Mutating Hand, Bubbling Potions, and Cotton Candy that can be added to your party theme. These are sure to give the guest of honor and party guests the best birthday party experience they will remember for a lifetime.

Best of all, our certified Mad Scientists will not only entertain the guest of honor and your birthday guests, but they won’t even know that they’re being educated too! The kids will have the ultimate hands-on experience full of energizing demonstrations that beg for interaction and participation. Our enthusiastic demonstrator will keep your guests engaged and enchanted during the party and for years to come.

We also provide expert birthday party organizers to help you determine the best theme for you to make this the best birthday party ever! For more information, visit our Party and Packages Page or our FAQ Page. Call now to register your party with us for the best birthday party experience.


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