Alden celebrated his 7th birthday this weekend with a Science Party.
Each new employee of Staley Laboratories was given an employee orientation kit which included a lab coat (small white tee shirt split down the front), a name badge/security pass, a can of radioactive material (potato chips), toys, crazy straws and candy.
Name badges were made using Word. A picture was added, a generic picture for each of the guests (girl or boy), ID# was Alden's birthdate.
The biohazard material. A can of chips covered in yellow paper with a hazard label.
Group photo of the new hired Scientists just before the presentation by Dr. Bond, the Science Guy.
Dr. Bond did a great job engaging the group and keeping them entertained over the next hour.
Surprisingly, the electric current activities were some of the favorites....they loved to hate being shocked.
The potato shooter was a big hit. Air pressure from the tube caused a sliver of potato to be launched in the air.
Making slime....we had to take a break for a rush to the sinks for hand washing after this one.
What's better than an erupting volcano...an erupting volcano that you can eat.
This was a great party idea that the kids enjoyed...the parents were having a lot of fun too. I would recommend Dr. Bond to anyone within the Nashville and surrounding areas....he does a great job and the kids really had fun interacting with him.
Hope you all had a great weekend!