Do you have a budding scientist in your house? I do! Logan received a magic kit a few years ago from his Aunt Wendy…only to inspire him to want MORE! He wanted to explore, create, and let his imagination run wild! This Christmas he will be super excited to find the Beginner’s Science Lab under the tree.
Science is MAGIC!
Children discover the magic of science…with a ready-to-use lab designed just for beginners! Kids just follow the step-by-step instructions to complete 12 simple experiments—from building a volcano and growing colorful crystals to creating realistic snow and experimenting with space sand!
Perfect for kids ages 5 yrs. – 11 yrs. (kindergarten – 6th gr.)!
The Beginner’s Science Lab includes the directions and supplies to perform 12 exciting science experiments. Not only will your child get the opportunity to do each experiment, but they are encouraged to keep a science journal. Their science journal has a page for each activity and a place for your child to write about the experiment. Depending on the child’s age, the journal can be self-guided or a parent/guardian can lead the discussion of what happened, why it happened, etc.
So what fun science experiments will your child get to do?
- Color Magic
- Test-Tube Rainbow
- Return of the Crystals
- Hard & Soft Suds
- Why Doesn’t the Ocean Freeze?
- Liquid Layers
- Sink & Swim Sand
- Vanishing Acts
- Looks Like Lava!
- Fizz Finder
- Super Snow
- Hot Snow
I think my husband is really excited to build a volcano with Logan. Fizz Finder and Looks Like Lava are both experiments that will use the volcano.
Since we are saving this kit for Christmas I will be posting again after the holidays to tell you what Logan loved.
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Disclosure: I received product free of charge in order to conduct my review. All opinions are my own. No other form of compensation was received for this post.