Welcome to your
Chem-Mystery

21 44.956

Sc

Scandium
53 126.904

I

Iodine
63 151.964

Eu

Europium
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N

Nitrogen
58 140.116

Ce

Cerium
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P

Phosphorus
18 39.95

Ar

Argon
69 168.934

Tm

Thulium
39 88.906

Y

Yttrium

Hurray! You made it! Here you will find a handy informative section for grown-ups to look through prior to the party and then, when you’re ready to activate the exclusive videos, we can start the party experiments!

How to use

the box

Step 1: Watch the Pre-party prep Videos

Watch these 3 short video clips to get a feel for what’s involved in the party.

Step 2: Invite Your Guests

Our Science Party themed stationary provides the perfect way to say it big and bold – it’s time to get the word out!

Step 3: Gather equipment for experiments

This Chem-mystery themed box includes all the supplies needed to complete the experiments, but there are some common household utensils you will need to supply. The section below will walk you through what’s needed for each.

Step 4: Decorate Your space

Use the balloons and birthday banner or science lab signs to help make your chosen space feel more like a fun science laboratory!

Step 5: Activate Your Party

Click the big red ‘ACTIVATE’ button to get this party started and gain access to our exclusive science demonstration and experiment explainer videos! *Remember access to these videos is only valid for 14 days from activation.

Step 6: Repurpose or reuse you kit

At the end of the party distribute the equipment from the box into party bags for the children to take a ‘science lab in a bag’ home OR pass on the Party in a Box to a family member, friend, teacher or group to use and share the fun!

MUST wATCH THESE VIDEOS FIRST

Be fully prepared for your science party by watching these videos first. Find out what’s included in the box, where is best to host the party and how to keep safe during the experiments. It is a requirement to watch these videos before you can activate the party.

Party Introduction

Party prep

Safety first video

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experiments in the box

             

EXPERIMENTS IN THE BOX

CHEM-MYSTERY EXPERIMENT 1 – ERUPTING VOLCANOES

Who doesn’t love volcanoes? Make some lava overflow from the conical flask and capture the eruptions spilling out

Equipment supplied in box:

  • Goggles
  • Conical flask
  • Beaker
  • Measuring spoons
  • Citric Acid (1 teaspoon required)
  • Sodium of Bicarbonate (1 teaspoon required)

Additional household equipment required:

  • Tray or plate to catch spills
  • Jug of warm water
  • Washing up liquid

CHEM-MYSTERY EXPERIMENT 2 – SELF-INFLATING BALLOON

Who knew an experiment could make a balloon inflated? Instead of letting the gas erupt like a volcano, let’s trap the gas and let it fill the balloon.

Equipment supplied in box:

  • Goggles
  • Balloon
  • Conical flask
  • Beaker
  • Measuring spoons
  • Citric Acid (1 teaspoon required)
  • Sodium of Bicarbonate (1 teaspoon required)

Additional household equipment required:

  • Tray or plate to catch spills
  • Jug of warm wate

CHEM-MYSTERY EXPERIMENT 3 – CORK POPPERS

Ever wondered why champagne corks go pop? That pressure has to go somewhere! We’ve added a twist to this experiment and you’ll have to be quick to catch those flying corks!

Equipment supplied in box:

  • Goggles
  • Rubber bung
  • Conical flask
  • Beaker
  • Measuring spoons
  • Citric Acid (1 teaspoon required)
  • Sodium of Bicarbonate (1 teaspoon required)

Additional household equipment required:

  • Tray or plate to catch spills
  • Jug of warm water

CHEM-MYSTERY EXPERIMENT 4 – ROCKET REACTIONS

Up, up and away! This experiment uses effervescent tablets to launch rockets up into the sky! 3,2,1, whoosh!

Equipment supplied in box:

  • Goggles
  • Beaker
  • Measuring cylinder
  • Vitamin C tablets
  • Film canister rocket

Additional household equipment required:

  • Tray or plate to catch spills
  • Jug of warm water

CHEM-MYSTERY EXPERIMENT 5 – FIZZY SHERBET

Text to explain experiment: Why does sherbet fizz on your tongue? Find out with this sensational edible experiment that will tingle your taste buds.

Equipment supplied in box:

  • Sherbet pot
  • Lolly stick for tasting
  • Measuring spoons
  • Icing sugar
  • Citric Acid (¼ teaspoon required pp)
  • Sodium of Bicarbonate (½ teaspoon required pp)

Additional household equipment required:

  • a glass of drinking water in case you shock your taste buds!

CHEM-MYSTERY EXPERIMENT 6 – SLIME TIME

Text to explain experiment: Everyone loves making slime, but how does this stretchy, oozy fluid

Equipment supplied in box:

  • Goggles
  • Slime pot with lid
  • Lolly sticks for stirring
  • PVA glue
  • Borax solution
  • Pipette

Additional household equipment required:

  • A wipeable surface to make it on
  • Somewhere to wash your hands afterwards!

Are you ready to
activate your party?

NOW YOU CAN CONTINUE
EXPERIMENTING AT HOME!

Every Party in a Box is designed to be Repurposed. When your party is complete the contents of the box can repurposed in three ways (1) separate the equipment out into party bags for the children to take home and reuse in more science experiments (2) regift the party in a box by giving it to a friend, Scout or Girl guide group or even a school teacher so they can pass the fun on (3) buy refills for the Party in a Box so you can do the party all over again!

Reuse - create party bags

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Simply distribute the science equipment from the box into party bags for the children to continue making science experiments at home. We call it a take-away ‘Science Lab in a Bag’!

Regift - pass it on

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Know someone who could use the Party in a Box? Why not share the love of science and regift it to a friend, group or school? Refer a friend to us and we’ll provide them with a 15% discount on our refill box.

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Refill - to repeat the party

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Want to do it all again? Buy a refill from us whilst your party is activated and you’ll receive a 15% discount on our refill box.