Tuesday Tutorial - Science Party Treat Bags

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Science party treat bags

Does your child love all things science? If you're throwing a Scientist party for your little Einstein, this month's Whisker Graphics Design Team project is right up your alley!  And by alley, I mean easy.

I used jumbo quins to mimic molecules...

Science party treat bag supplies

You'll need:

Grid Bitty Bags
jumbo quins (I purchased mine at Target but you can find them in the cake decorating section of your favorite box store)
black marker
hot glue gun
ruler
  1. Place your choice of quins on the bag to where it looks good to you.  
  2. Remove each quin and draw a small dot in its place. 
  3. Draw lines to connect the dots.  Drawing tip: in molecule models, atoms branch off from each other, not completely connected.  For example, on the 'Jaden' bag, I wouldn't draw a line to connect the red quins to each other.
  4. Hot glue the quins to the bag.
  5. Fill with treats of your choice. 
Science party treat bags; closeup


If you are looking for the napkins, they are part of the super cute Fundamental Science Party Collection available online or in store at The Land Of Nod

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