UNIQUE BIRTHDAY/PRIVATE PARTIES FOR KIDS
Does your little one love to play doctor?
Are they always ready to give you a check up?
Sounds like it might be party time!
Treat your birthday boy or girl to a truly one-of-a-kind party that they and their friends will absolutely love!
Little Medical School of Maryland hosts wildly entertainment medical-themed parties for young children and pre-teens. Our energetic and knowledgeable instructors will take your kids on a fun and interactive journey through the medical profession. They can design their own doctor’s office, play with real working doctor’s tools, examine high-quality organ models, learn to perform a mock surgery, and more. There are several classes and party-themes available.
Just want to throw a party?
Absolutely! We can customize our parties for any occasion. No birthday required. No matter the reason, there’s never a bad time to introduce your kiddos to the world of medicine and offer them a new and engaging way to learn with their friends.
Details and How to Book
How do I schedule a Little Medical School party?
To book a party with Little Medical School of Maryland, please contact us and provide location, date and the number of kids you expect.
How much does it cost?
Pricing may vary depending on the number of kids and will be determined in person before you commit to anything.
Where are the parties held?
That’s the great thing – we come to you! Little Medical School hosts parties on-site and can adapt to virtually any setting: private residences, country clubs, neighborhood clubhouses, churches, recreation centers … the sky’s the limit.
What will Little Medical School provide?
We will provide one of our talented instructors and all of the class materials, including a Doctor’s Bag with activities for the kids to take home at the end of the party.
Is food provided?
No. We welcome food and beverage at our parties, but these must be provided by you or a third party.
Are your instructors background-checked?
Yes! Our instructors and volunteer instructors undergo a rigorous background check and extensive training on LMS methodology before they are allowed to teach their first class.