Youngsters discovered the joys of science when they took part in the first ever Big Bang Party.
The special science-themed parties are being organised by former South Yorkshire science teacher Hannah Hudson-Lee as part of a new business venture.
The Nightingale family in Walkley, Sheffield, hosted the inaugural scientific bash for Bryony, aged 10, Ruby, aged eight, and Tanith, aged five.
The siblings and 14 other guests experimented with static electricity, witnessed a fire tornado being created and played games including ‘pin the tongue on Einstein’.
Hannah, of Rawmarsh, Rotherham, said: “Our parties are designed to inspire and entertain.
“Inspiration is a fantastic gift to give your child. It can motivate and guide them for the rest of their life. Inspiration just keeps on giving.
“It went absolutely brilliantly. All the youngsters were really engaged and enjoyed themselves.”
Guest Ju Haynes said: “My son is five-and-a-half years old and he was giving the demonstrations his full attention. He loved making his own eraser and the dry ice scooby-doo effect is definitely a kids pleaser!
n Hannah is offering Star readers an exclusive 10 per cent discount - quote the code JulyStar14 when booking a party.