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Make Dynamo Torch and DIY Rope Tassel Keychains | June Standard Art & Sci. Combination Kit | Age 5+

$34.95
Make Dynamo Torch and DIY Rope Tassel Keychains | June Standard Art & Sci. Combination Kit | Age 5+

Make Dynamo Torch and DIY Rope Tassel Keychains | June Standard Art & Sci. Combination Kit | Age 5+

$34.95
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This kit contains One Science and One Art & Craft learning activities every child would loves:

  1. MAKE YOUR OWN DYNAMO TORCH:  Get your children learn about Green Energy in the month of World Environment Day. This would be discussed in the school as well, but getting hand-on experience of making a DIY Dynamo Torch would definitely reinforce the concept with added self-confidence. This project turns a simple toy motor into a generator that converts hand motion into electrical energy and powers a light bulb. No battery, no pollution, just amazement. Everything is included including a well-designed 4M kit, well written instructions and step-by-step video tutorial. Take it along for some camping fun!
  2. DIY ROPE TASSEL KEYCHAINS:  Behold — the cutest little ultra-light keychains! Reminiscent of old-school friendship bracelets, the keychains are made with embroidery thread, among other materials, so they can be customised with whatever cool colour combo you’re into at the moment. The end result is so sweet and beachy-looking, it’s inspiring all kinds of spin-off projects for us. Make them bigger and they could easily be used as door knob decor or even a wall hanging. Can't wait to see where your children go with them? Get Started!

All together TWO activities are perfectly balanced between Science, Art and Crafts. Designed by educationalists, the benefits of 'learning by doing' is hard to let go.