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Celebrate Easter with DIY Easter Basket, Spy Periscope, Decorative Garden Neon Rocks and Power-your-own Lemon Clock | March Plus Kit | Age 5+

$49.95
Celebrate Easter with DIY Easter Basket, Spy Periscope, Decorative Garden Neon Rocks and Power-your-own Lemon Clock | March Plus Kit | Age 5+

Celebrate Easter with DIY Easter Basket, Spy Periscope, Decorative Garden Neon Rocks and Power-your-own Lemon Clock | March Plus Kit | Age 5+

$49.95
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This kit contains Two Science and Two Art & Craft learning activities every child would loves:

  1. MAKE YOUR OWN EASTER BASKET:  Help the Easter Bunny out this year by crafting your own Easter baskets. Get your children involved in the crafting with this super kid-friendly projects. Use these baskets year after year at Easter time. You could even craft multiple baskets and hand them out to neighbors, family, and friends to use!
  2. BUILD YOUR OWN SPY PERISCOPE:  Get in to some good old-fashioned building fun with this DIY periscope kit from CreativKits. This one is made of cardboard, so it won’t go underwater but It’s great for peeping in hard to reach places. Creep up and surprise your friends. The kit makes two periscopes so get your brother or sister into the periscoping vibe. Want to spy on your neighbors' garden? Just stick your periscope up over the fence like a bunny rabbit and search for Easter eggs. The kit contains everything you need to assemble the periscopes, along with instructions.
  3. POWER YOUR OWN LEMON CLOCK:  Do you know that lemons can help power a clock? Chemical reactions can help you power the clock to show time accurately. With the use of zinc and copper electrodes and chemical reaction, voltage is generated to run the clock. It’s an easy and fun way for kids to learn about electricity and chemical reactions.
  4. PAINT YOUR OWN NEON ROCKS:  Join author and rock-painting artist Katie Cameron as she guides you step-by-step through the process of making twelve different designs, providing tips, tricks, and handy hints along the way that will help you paint like a pro. Taking inspiration from the Day of the Dead festival, this selection of Katie’s most stunning designs ranges from a simple but beautiful Marigold design, to a detailed and haunting Flower Girl design, to an iconic Sugar Skull design.

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