Einstein's Science Parties: Easy Parties for Curious Kids

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Now, it's easier than ever before to give a party for your kids that's inexpensive, entertaining, and original! Einstein's Science Parties Easy Parties for Curious Kids How can you give a party that will excite your kids, impress their friends, and stay within your budget? Shar Levine and Allison Grafton say "Why hire a clown? Throw a science party instead!" And in Einstein's Science Parties, they show how you can easily put together any number of 14 clever and inexpensive science theme parties. You'll need just a few hours of preparation and regular household items to create unforgettable parties like, "Fossils and Dinos," "I Spy," "Color Your World," and "Slime Time." All activities are kid-tested and include clear-cut instructions, and easy-to-follow scripts. The book also includes fun illustrated invitations that can be photocopied and personalized.

ISBN: 978-0-471-59646-2
112 pages
January 1994

 

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