Mad Science Birthday Parties: Fun for Kids, No Stress for Parents

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Every kid looks forward to birthday parties, especially their own. There’s cake, there’s fun, and it’s a great time with friends. But kids don’t realize how much planning goes into them. Children may see birthday parties as fun and exciting, but for many parents, it’s stressful and exhausting. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. Here are four tips for putting together an unforgettable party for your child without running yourself ragged.

 

Relax!

Your child is probably just excited to be the center of attention for a few hours. If you’re relaxed, your baby will have a great time; if you’re stressed out, he or she will pick up on it. Give your birthday star a big hug, take a deep breath, and have a good time.

Short and Sweet

The longer your party, the more work it will be to plan, and the greater likelihood that you’ll have worn out, over-stimulated party goers in meltdown mode. Keeping the party to two or three hours makes things easier on young guests and on you.

Get Ahead

Decorate a day or two before the party to help build anticipation. If you’re making a cake, bake it a week in advance and freeze it. The same goes for all party snacks. It will keep things less hectic on the day of the party.

Let the Pros Entertain

Entertainment at a kids party is essential, but don’t feel pressured to do it yourself. By finding an age-appropriate and engaging kids activity that’s facilitated by a professional, you give your guests a great time, but more importantly, you give yourself a break.

If you’re planning a birthday party in Queens, make it a blast by throwing a fun, affordable Mad Science birthday party. A mad scientist will set up in your home and dazzle party guests with fun, interactive, and hands-on experiments and a favor to take home. To learn more about why Mad Science has birthday parties down to a science, give them a call at (888) 623-3724 or visit their website at:  http://newyorkcity.madscience.org/birthday-party-nyc.aspx.