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Fly with your own Electronic Air Boat and Make you own hot-n-cold Colour Changing Slime | February Standard Science and Technology Kit | Age 8+

$34.95
Fly with your own Electronic Air Boat and Make you own hot-n-cold Colour Changing Slime | February Standard Science and Technology Kit | Age 8+

Fly with your own Electronic Air Boat and Make you own hot-n-cold Colour Changing Slime | February Standard Science and Technology Kit | Age 8+

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

  1. FLY-WITH-YOUR-OWN ELECTRONIC AIR BOAT: Kids love flying and floating things and get really excited when they made it on their own. While there are many ways to make these things, electronics does this in the most remarkable way - who hasn't played with a remote controlled car or a battery operated jumping doll. Making a DIY project using electronic components may feel like a daunting task but there is an easier way to introduce practical electronics to your kids in a fun way. Build your own Electronic Air Boat kit allows children 8 years and older to learn about electronics whilst having fun. All parts simply clip together and are easily taken apart to be reused for other experiments over and over again.
  2. HOT-N-COLD COLOUR CHANGING SLIME: Color changing slime? Absolutely! This slime is soooo fun. We can’t stop playing with it. Hot hands, cold drinks, the sun all make this slime change color.  It’s Heat Sensitive Color Changing Slime. And there’s some pretty cool science behind it, too. This slime gets its color changing super powers from Thermo-chromic pigment. Thermochromic materials change colors when there is a change in temperature. Mood rings and lipstick use them. And so do those rubber duckies that tell you when the bath is too hot for baby.

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