Robot Birthday Party
If your child enjoyed the movie “Robots”, then he or she will be very excited about this movie. It can be easy to replicate that robot ambience when you purchase plates, cups, and napkins that feature the characters from the movie. However, a Robot birthday party can be held without any of these items. You can fashion several robots out of cardboard boxes. Tape or glue them together, spray paint them silver, and add features as needed.
A Robot Craft for the Guests
This can also be a fun craft for the party guests, especially when scaled down a bit. Collect small cardboard boxes of different sizes before the party, and spray paint them silver. Have a craft table set up for the children, and place the silver boxes on the table.
Place pipe cleaners, clean, empty yogurt and sour cream containers, empty milk and juice cartons of different sizes, paper towel and toilet tissue tubes, electrical tape in different colours, duct tape in both silver and gray, nuts, bolts, and anything else you can think of that could be used to create a robot. Markers and glue should also be placed on the table, and have a hot glue gun on hand in case it is needed.
Robot Games and Decor
A game of Pin the Bolt on the Robot will be enjoyed by kids of all ages. Have balloons and streamers in white and red to complement the silver of the robots. Robot shaped fruit candies, erasers, and small robot toys are perfect for goody bags.