Our Girls’ STEM Birthday Party at the Discovery Museum is one that is going down in their memory book as the best birthday party ever. When it came to celebrate our STEM loving oldest daughters whose birthday is one month apart, we didn’t have to think hard to know that Discovery Museum would be the place to host it.
Each Birthday Party at the Discovery Musem includes 1 hour of STEM-themed interactive fun , and 1 hour for food and cake. All parties include a party host to lead you and your guests through the events of the day. You leave the set up and clean up to them! They will supply the plates, napkins, cups, forks, spoons, and table cloths, as well as some light “themed” decorating. Each child will participate in an activity with a component they may take home as a favor, as well as some hands-on museum fun.
Our Girls’ STEM Birthday Party at the Discovery Museum was based on the Sleuth Detective: Your own who-done-it mystery. Our girls with their friends couldn’t wait to be detectives and solve the yummy mystery of who stole the cookie from the cookie jar. They began with a dossier, a list of suspects, the facts of the crime.
Those eager detectives dusted for and lifted fingerprints, experimented with chromatography, and utilized context clues to crack the case. They even allowed some of their little siblings to join in the Sleuth Detective mystery fun and it makes for wonder-filled chats on the ride home.
Our Girls’ STEM Birthday Party at the Discovery Museum was everything to make their day with friends a STEM fun memory filled day. We would not have it any other way knowing their love for everything STEM and the reason why they can’t wait for Discovery Museum Maker Day happening this Monday, February 19th in celebration of President’s Day.
They are looking forward to exploring, designing, creating, and producing with activities that will challenge and excite their inner inventor. Museum activities available throughout the day:
- Plastic geometry
- Tangram make and take
- Moonbase building
- Wing workshop
- Universe model building
We definitely don’t plan to miss their Live Science Demonstrations in the Energize CT Theater – DIY (Do It Yourself) and DDIY (Don’t Do It Yourself). Hubby and I are thankful for those fun learning opportunities to raise STEM girls. Here’s to being intentional in our parenting journey and extending our tribe to organizations who come alongside us like Discovery Museum to make the journey worthwhile.