Robot Party Plan
Plan the nuts and bolts of a Robot birthday party with these fun ideas, from robot games and costumes to robot table decorations and much more. Turn kids' juice boxes into robots, create a robot bean bag toss, and snack on "computer chips." Tech-savvy tots and older kids will all love this party.
Make Your Own Robot Costume
Each guest can make his or her own robot costume. Before the party, spray paint paper bags silver and glue a paper plate to the front for a "dial." Cut holes for head and arms. Kids can decorate their own costume with peel and stick foam shapes, crayons, and markers.
Your utensil and food holders can double as party dècor when you use old tin cans to create robot containers. Add to the robot theme with a robot banner.
Let your guests take home robot favors that are full of flavor! Make your own mini robots out of green reusable containers, filled with animal crackers, candy arms and legs, and bubble gum box feet. Top them off with googly eyes. Your guests will be reluctant to take their robots apart to eat the treats!
Robot Juice Boxes
Cover standard juice boxes with aluminum foil, googly eyes, and other craft supplies to turn ordinary party beverages into robot fuel!
Teach your guests about all the parts that make up a robot by giving your party snacks cute robot names. Cheese balls turn into "Cheese Ball Bearings," snack mix turns into "Nuts and Bolts," and your kid's favorite chips turn into "Computer Chips."
Use a Betty Crocker recipe to make this delicious-looking robot cake.
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