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DIY Holographic Slime and DIY Air Pressure Powered Car | August Standard Science & Tech. Kit | Age 5+

$34.95
DIY Holographic Slime and DIY Air Pressure Powered Car | August Standard Science & Tech. Kit | Age 5+

DIY Holographic Slime and DIY Air Pressure Powered Car | August Standard Science & Tech. Kit | Age 5+

$34.95
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This kit contains Two Science and Technology learning activities every child would love:

  1. DIY HOLOGRAPHIC SLIME: This whole slime business is a bit INSANE. We don't know why, but it seems children of all ages love playing with slime and if you tell them they can make their own, it’s a double whammy. Try it out - we bet your kids can't say no to making slime. Now, there are chances that you made it before; that's where this awesome rare slime variation could come in handy. Holographic slime bling shines and attracts tiny eyes like no other. It teaches science, it has an art expression, it can be personalised and it can be played with for hours together. Give it a go!

  2. DIY AIR PRESSURE POWERED CAR: This fantastic science toy will help children explore and learn about Air, Forces and Pressure. The Kit contains everything your children need to build the air-powered car. The instruction booklet explains not only the building process but also the how's and why's of the functioning. It asks questions to get their brain ticking over and thinking about the science behind what is seen. It's a fabulous kit that will introduce children to the concept and get some discussion going on the dinner table. More importantly, it makes science FUN! A fantastic kit for with plenty of learning possibilities. 

Designed by educationalists, the benefits of 'learning by doing' is hard to let go.