Bring your child's favorite robot to life with these robot party ideas, games, supplies, favors and more!
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Is your child a robot lover? Well, we'll help you get in a robotic groove! Our robot party ideas will direct you to pure party success. We’ve got tons of fun activities, crafts, recipes and more for the birthday child and your robot party guests to enjoy!
Robot enthusiasts five through ten will feel totally in control of this party.
Robot Party Planning
For peace of mind, begin planning your robots birthday bash six to eight weeks in advance. This will allow you time to gather all the supplies that you need, including robots party decorations, gifts, and menu items. Planning ahead also gives your guests time to RSVP and make travel plans, if needed. Don't panic if you find yourself short on time; you can still plan a great party! Planning ahead simply reduces the risk of conflicts with guests' plans and may increase your robot party’s attendance.
To simplify the rest of the party planning process, check out our Party Planning Timeline, and read the paragraphs below for information on selecting a truck cake, truck supplies, truck party activities and more for your child's party.
Robot Party Invitations
What better way to get in the spirit of a robot party than with homemade robot party invitations? Sit down with your kids and start working together on designing and creating your own, creative robot invites. Here are a few ideas...
- Ask your child to draw a picture of a robot. Then write the invitation details above and below the drawing. Scan the drawing into your computer and print out enough copies for each invitation needed, or take it to a copy store and make color copies.
- Did anyone ever tell you that it's all about delivery? Use standard birthday party invitations, but have them delivered to yoru guests inside a small home-made robot. Make your own robot with tin cans, chip canisters, or cracker boxes. Cover them all in aluminum foil, and glue a Styrofoam ball to the top as the robot’s head. Use a marker to draw eyes and a smile on the Styrofoam head and decorate the front with buttons to resemble a control panel. The open end of the container should be at the bottom. Place the invitation inside the container, gently rolling if needed to fit inside canisters or tin cans. Cover the opening with a small piece of aluminum foil. Use tape to attach the last piece of aluminum foil on boxes, and use a rubber band to hold the foil in place on cans.
- Top off your invites by sealing the envelopes with robot stickers.
Short on time but still want to give your invitations a special touch? Let Birthday in a Box create personalized invitations just for you, pre-printed with your child’s name and all the party details with a background design that complements your robot party theme.
Robot Party Supplies
If you plan to use paper tableware and robots party supplies, our Suggested Party Supply List may be quite helpful. Please note that you may not need everything on the list; it is intended only as a guide.
Robot Party Favors
Thank your guests with fun robot party favors like robot toys, hi-bounce balls, robot stickers, magnets and modeling clay. You can also choose from our large selection of individual robots party favors, such as mini-robots, personalized robot stickers, magnets and bag tag.