forensic scientist themed party for a 10 yo

A science party has been on our list of must do parties for a long time so when Isabel turned ten it seemed like the perfect age for some detective work, forensic outfits and finger printing.
For this party I called in the experts to help. The Detective Project @detectivehq turned Isabel and her friends into forensic scientist and taugh them all about solving crimes.
I also called in my friends from @meringuegirls for some of their sweet treats.

The kids were entertained and engaged in the game for 2h...bliss!

All the details are at the end of the post.





The children work through a series of clues and use a variety of techniques to solve the crime.


They did some fingerprinting work too. 



In our house we love photo booths, so we couldn't have a murder party without its relevant photo booth and this 'suspect' one was perfect for it. 




and last but not least, the party bags. 

 
All the details on how we put this party together:

Decorations:
- Balloons: we use some simple silver and purple balloons to decorate the room.
- Photo booth: 'suspect' photo booth backdrop
- The skeletons with all their accesories were brought (and thankfully taken away) by the Detective Project team. 

Table setting:
- skull plates, skull cups and napkins combined with red cutlery and straws.

Food:
the meringues were such a hit, they looked and tasted amazing.

Party bags:
The kids got to keep their forensic outfits and the Detective Project gave them some 'Crime scene' tape, a notebook and a pencil. we added a secret message pen and some toxic waste.


This party was a great hit with the children, you should have seen their faces as they arrived and saw two skeletons in our back garden. The children were so engaged in the game we barely had time for tea and cake!
I would highly recommend The Detective Project @detectivehq parties for anyone with inquisitive kids.
Have fun, 
Natalia

Posted: 14/10/2019 14:22:56 by Natalia Celemin | with 0 comments