Kids Birthday Parties
Selected as one of 10 awesome birthday party places in Toronto by Today’s Parent
Looking for a birthday party that’s both fun and educational? Why not host your party at one of the only MakerSpaces for kids in the world?
Choose from Coding, Robotics or Minecraft!
After school and weekends
All experience levels welcome
Hardware + Software
LEDs, sensors, and more
What will kids learn?
At the end of the program, kids will learn technical and soft skills, including robotics, design, engineering, coding, problem solving and leadership.
What do kids make?
Kids will bring their invention to life. Projects include video games, Minecraft contraptions and night lights. Learn something awesome and make new friends!
MakerKids Experience and Skillset
Empower the leaders of tomorrow with the skills and mindsets to change the world.
Fun and Educational!
Learn how to talk tech! Technology is all around us and, in our parties, kids have fun learning new skills. Through a hands-on experience, kids will create their own invention from start to finish in our parties.
Choose from Coding, Robotics or Minecraft themed party.
21st Century Skills
Kids work in teams to solve problems as well as create their own designs and inventions. Combining on- and off-screen work, our parties will immerse kids in creativity, innovation and out-of-the-box thinking.
The MakerKids Difference
Our instructors are highly trained and come from various backgrounds, including engineering, theatre, music and design. They have worked at City of Toronto, P&G and YMCA. CEO, Jennifer Turliuk, attended the Graduate Studies Program at NASA’s Singularity University and business school at Queen’s University.
Space to Experiment
MakerKids was perfect for my son ‘s birthday party. He and his friends love to build stuff so the hands on activities kept them engaged the whole time. The staff member who helped was fantastic and it was a breeze to arrange. I’d highly recommend MakerKids and their birthday party packagesAlison
Thank you for existing so my son could have his best birthday party ever. The instructor, Graham, was awesome! So friendly and knowledgeable and patient. A great time was had by all!
This MakerKids Graduate learned key sound, robotics and design concepts and now runs his own business fixing stereo equipment in his neighbourhood!
Sample Birthday Party
|Parties are 2 hours|
|4:00-4:10||Welcome to MakerKids and |
|4:10-4:50||Robotics Discovery |
Instructors will guide students through key robotics functions while kids try it themselves and collaborate
Kids can have their snacks, play games and explore our Inspiration Station
|5:00-5:40||Let’s get Making! |
Kids will experiment and create their own project and invention from the lesson
|5:40-6:00||Cake and Gifts|
- Two hours of fun!
- All materials for activities
- Laptops to use
- Experienced instructors
- One-on-one coaching
- Kids may take home their digital projects
- Access to a kitchenette
- Private room
We have birthday parties on Coding, Robotics and Minecraft. We can hold a party for up to 30 kids, ages 8 to 12. Our facility is equipped with a kitchenette and all the tools you need to become a maker. Food and cutlery are not included. You may come early to decorate.
Please read our birthday party guide for more information.
10 Kid Party
$325 – 2 hours
20 Kid Party
$650 – 2 hours
30 Kid Party
$975 – 2 hours
Birthday party times (parties are 2 hours):
Friday start times:
4:15pm and 6:30pm
Saturday to Sunday start times:
5:15pm and 7:30pm
Video games can open up a whole new world of imagination and creativity. Creating your own video game pushes kids to explore different possibilities and scenarios. Kids will create their own games and play kids’ games too!
Minecraft birthday parties at
In our Robotics party, kids will design, plan, program, and build an electronic invention while using an Arduino and learning how to code.They can create their own robot with LEDs and lights.
Why Choose MakerKids?
21st Century Skills
In our kids' STEM programs, your child will learn a wide variety of skills, not just tech skills. Social and emotional competencies: A) confidence B) social skills and C) engagement. Technical skills: A) coding, B) design, and C) electronics.
We’ve developed curriculum for Intel and trained staff from the Toronto Public Library and various school boards. Programs are designed and created by industry professionals and makers.
MakerKids graduates have started businesses, led classes, been featured on national TV and have shown academic and social improvement in and outside of school.
Mental Health Improvements
Parents and schools have reported improvements in mental health, behaviour and learning development. Students have overcome issues like aggression, stress and anxiety. Your child can find their tribe at MakerKids!
MakerKids was named “Best Kids’ Workshops” by Toronto Life Magazine. We run programs at schools throughout the GTA, such as Toronto French School, Kingsway College, and more.
Does my child need experience coding or with Arduinos?
Our classes are open to new and experienced kids of all backgrounds. With our small ratio of 1 instructor for every 8 kids, our instructors will be able to work with each child’s individual needs. We go over robotics fundamentals and may hold breakout sessions for beginners and advanced students.
Can younger or older siblings join?
Yes, younger and older silblings are welcome to join. Parents are all welcome to stay as well.
What will my kid make?
Kids will create robotic inventions using sound. Kids are in charge of their own projects, from start to finish, and can design their own creations. Some past robotics projections include: cat alarms, voice records and sound machines that can play a multitude of notes! There are no physical take-aways in the program, as materials are reused and re-purposed for future students. Kids will leave with a comprehensive understanding of robotics, design and electronics and the actual code used to program the Arduinos.