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March Standard Science & Tech. Kit • Age 5 plus • DIY Bubble Science & Explode Your Volcano

$44.95
March Standard Science & Tech. Kit • Age 5 plus • DIY Bubble Science & Explode Your Volcano

March Standard Science & Tech. Kit • Age 5 plus • DIY Bubble Science & Explode Your Volcano

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This kit contains Two Science learning activities for children aged 5 plus:

 

1. CREATE AND LEARN BUBBLE SCIENCE: Ever wondered how a bubble artist pulls up a giant bubble from a tiny tube? Or an unbreakable bubble, a bubble film and so on? This kit includes a variety of bubble-making frames to experiment with different bubble sizes and shapes. It also includes a recipe to make your own bubble mixture. All-in-all, hours of fun with lots of learning along the way. So, have fun and show-off some tricks on this year's Halloween.

 

Contents: 1 x Bubble Tray, 1 x Plastic Ring, 1 x Coloured Yarn, 1 x Pyramid Framed Wand, 1 x Cube Framed Wand, 1 x Bubble Solution, 2 x Giant Bubble Wand Stoppers, 1 x Mouthpiece, 1 x Star Wand, 1 x Round Wand, 2 x Clip-on Wand Handles, 2 x Giant Bubble Wand Sticks, 2 x Long Straws and Detailed Instructions. 

 


 

 


2. EXPLODE YOUR OWN VOLCANO: Perform your own "volcanic eruptions" on the tabletop, in the bath, or even inside a glass. Watch as this awesome science experiment grabs your attention and amazes your friends. Made with safe and high-quality materials. Just follow the step by step instructions and learn the science behind volcanic eruptions and the history of volcanoes!

 

 

Contents: Mini volcano, baking soda. not included vinegar.

 

 

 

  

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