Children’s Birthday Party Ideas in Worcester, MA

Children’s Birthday Party Ideas in Worcester, MAChildren’s birthday party ideas can be a challenge to come up with, especially as kids attend their umpteenth superhero or Frozen birthday party. So if you’re stuck for unique birthday party ideas in Worcester, MA and greater Worcester County, might we respectfully suggest…..bugs?

As the bug experts in Worcester County, nobody’s in a better position to help you throw an exciting, entertaining bug-themed party than us! Our Bug Club is a great chance to get up close and personal with a variety of insects, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals from around the world. We can create a birthday party or educational event that neither your guests nor the birthday child will ever forget! It is a truly unique experience that is both fun and educational, making it perfect for a birthday party or a classroom experience.

Children’s birthday events in Worcester, MA and elsewhere can get stale and boring after a while, but what child doesn’t get excited about cute or icky bugs? From adorable lady bugs and caterpillars to icky spiders and other creepy-crawlies, bugs rank high among the perfect Worcester, MA kid’s birthday party ideas.

If you’re more interested in doing it yourself, here are just a couple of our favorite cool party ideas that will work for a variety of ages and are sure to be a hit at children’s birthday events in Worcester, MA:

  • Caterpillar Invitations: Nothing tops cool birthday party ideas like these universal favorites –caterpillars. Accordion-fold green cardstock paper lengthwise into thirds. Leaving the folded edges intact, use scissors to round the unfolded edges into a circle shape. Unfold to view your caterpillar shape. Using wiggle eyes and markers, create a face on the top fold. Unfold the caterpillar and write the party particulars across his body. Use black pipe cleaners to add antennae and legs. Decorate with colorful polka-dot stickers.
  • Ladybug Invitations: Among the most popular of unique birthday party ideas are ladybug invitations. Cut oval shapes out of red cardstock (you will need 2 ovals for each invitation). Using the red ovals as a template, cut head shapes out of black cardstock. They should be rounded at the top, and straight across at the bottom, cut to fit perfectly over top of the red oval. Glue the head shapes onto one sheet of each set of red ovals. Put each pair of ovals into a stack, and use a hole punch to put two holes in the head areas. Insert a pipe cleaner in each hole, and twist to resemble antennae. Trim, if necessary. Use remaining black cardstock to create polka dots for the backs of the ladybugs. Use a black sharpie to draw a line down the center of each bugs back to separate the wings. Open the invitation to the second red oval and print all of the party info.
  • Bugs, Bugs, Everywhere! Make colorful bug shapes out of cardstock, and place them all over your party area! Bright yellows, oranges and reds will look terrific amid all of the greenery! Butterflies, bumblebees and dragonflies can be strung from the streamers to look like they’re flying about. Ladybugs, grasshoppers, and caterpillars can be adhered to the streamers, windowsills and walls to look like they’re merrily crawling along.
  • Buggy Balloons: Bundle some balloons in groups of two or three at eye level and decorate them with bug stickers. Remember to tie a few to your mail box to mark your party location!

From Worcester, MA educational school shows to unique birthday party ideas in Worcester, MA, bugs make the ideal party theme. You can take our word for it — because we’re the bug experts!

Don’t forget to check out our Bug Club! Kids of all ages (including the adults!) will have the opportunity to learn gross and interesting facts about all of our exotic creatures and everyone has a front row seat! If touching is not your thing, don’t worry, everyone will still be able to safely view each and every member of the presentation up close and personal. This unique experience will live in your child’s memories for years to come.