Use our Little Einsteins Canva birthday party invitation template to go on an adventure. This entertaining template is ideal for both girls and boys who enjoy the show. Personalize it with your child’s birthday party details.
Birthday invitations are the first look at the big event. They’re the first taste of what’s to come, and they kind of set the standard.
While it is not necessary to go overboard with your birthday invitations, it is critical to use them as an opportunity to decide on your birthday colors, theme, and other details.
If you’re wondering on how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template
- Wait for a while, a new page will be appeared
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it
- Locate where the file will be saved in your device and Enter
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any printing paper.
You can also use Canva to create a personalized birthday invitation that your friends and family will love! Our layouts have been created to accommodate any type of birthday celebration, from a family gathering to a cruise or weekend getaway.
To add your own flair, use the drag-and-drop design tool. You can customize any of our layouts by changing the images, fonts, and colors to create a birthday invitation that is unique to your event. Check out some of our adorable birthday card ideas right here!
Little Einstein Party Activities Ideas
If your young child is already a fan of Little Einsteins, a birthday party themed after the show could be the ideal way to commemorate their special day.
So, how do you throw the ultimate Little Einsteins party? Of course, with fantastic games and activities! Listed below are some of our favorite Little Einsteins party activities. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
Bubble Rescue Chase
To play each player will have a chance to make it through the course by swishing and swaying through the tall grass, leaping from stone to stone, and singing softly (pianissimo) to sneak past the sleeping bear. “Here I come. I have to save my friends. I’m flying Rocket can you hear my rescue song?”
When they make it across they can then pop a balloon to retrieve their prize, which of course will wake up the bear for the next player to put back to sleep.
June Says – Simon says “Dance!” Practice your dance moves with June. When June says a move, you must copy it, but only when June says. You can use the common terms, like spin or leap or use the dance terms, like pirouette and jete. Kids will have fun learning to dance.
When you have your instruments built, line everyone up behind a conductor (a mom with a baton) and follow the leader. Wherever she goes, you go. When her baton is up high, play loudly (fortissimo). When her baton is down low, play softly (pianissimo).
Pollock Paint Toss
Fill small water balloons with colored water (add several drops of food color) or thin finger paints. Use chalk or duct tape to mark out a canvas on your driveway (Or line up several canvases on the ground).
Line your guests up a foot or two away. Arm them and let fly! As the balloons break, the colored paint will create a unique art piece. Give them a different color and go again. Layer by layer it will build into a messy masterpiece.