Look Out! Here comes Spider-Man!" You can use these lyrics from the Spider-Man theme song for inspiration to create a Spider-Main birthday party. From accessories and comic books, to creating science labs and spiderwebs, you can choose from many creative ideas. By incorporating a colour scheme and other characters from the series you can make sure your guests get the full Spider-Man birthday experience.
Spider-Man is known by his iconic red and blue suit. Incorporate these colours into your party, such as on plates, tablecloths, napkins or any other accessories. You can go to your local party store and get balloons with Spider-Man's image or use plain blue and red balloons. You can place the balloons around the house or outside. You also can hang a poster of Spider-Man or any other character from the series on the walls.
Villians' Science lab
Although Spider-Man should be the main focus of the party, the other characters should be incorporated as well. Many of villains Spider-Man faces are scientists, such as the Lizard, Doctor Octopus and the Green Goblin. A fun way to decorate and use these characters is to make a little replica science lab with fun and gooey things for the kids to touch. You can provide plastic containers and use basic household ingredients to make homemade goo or flubber. If you are not afraid of a little mess, this could be a fun activity for the guests to enjoy.
Make a homemade Spider-Man comic book. Tape large pieces of butcher paper to a wall. You can draw different boxes for each guest to write his own storyline, or you can start one and have the guests draw and fill in the blanks. For example, one of the villains hides the birthday child's presents and the guests have to help Spider-Man find and bring them back. The guests can then take their work home as a party favour.
No Spider-Man party is complete without spiderwebs. You can place spiderwebs throughout the house. You can make homemade spiderwebs from stuffing fabric found at most craft supply stores. You can stretch the fabric over your trees, bushes or whatever you may have in your front yard. You can place spiderwebs around the tables and serving areas. For the birthday child, some toy stores carry a Spider-Man "web blaster" which is worn like a glove and lets the individual create their own web, just like Spider-Man.
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