To give this party a more authentic feel I bought some “official” lab equipment.

1. a brand new, never used 16 oz. plastic bottle
2. a small glass pitcher for holding water
3. Erlenmeyer flask
4. plastic test tubes
5. safety glasses
6. various containers for holding small experiment objects
7. the favor box that they took all of their finished experiments home in

I set up two kids per table. They shared some items and other items were their own. Of course I brought a bunch more stuff to use for the experiments, but these are the basic supplies that they started out with. Don’t worry, when I show you the experiments in detail you’ll get all the deets.

To see all of the Mad Scientist party posts, click on the tag link below.


  1. thanks for the link to the flasks! i have been wanting to use some for drinking glasses at halloween dinner :) you are such a cute girl. LOVE IT!

    jennifer    Friday, April 23, 2010
  2. I love the invitations. I there are more pictures and details of the event to come. So creative.

    Rachael    Friday, April 23, 2010
  3. *hope

    Rachael    Friday, April 23, 2010
  4. Thank you for doing all the work for me! ;) My soon to be 8-year old wants the same party and I will DEFINITELY be using a LOT of the ideas you posted! Thanks for the fabulous ideas, pictures and links to where to buy supplies! :)

    Sharon    Friday, July 2, 2010

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