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October Standard Science & Tech. Kit • Age 8 plus • BYO Baja Runner & MYO Magical Slime

$44.95
October Standard Science & Tech. Kit • Age 8 plus • BYO Baja Runner & MYO Magical Slime

October Standard Science & Tech. Kit • Age 8 plus • BYO Baja Runner & MYO Magical Slime

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This kit contains Two Science learning activities for children aged 8 plus:

 

1. BYO GHOSTBUSTER BAJA RUNNER: The most valuable innovation in current times would be something which could use an alternative energy source for our cars and other modes of transport. Solar energy, Electricity, and Hydrogen are all being explored - how about salty water? We got a vast amount of ocean filled with it! This Creative Kit contains all material to make a small working prototype of salt-water powered Baja Runner. Get your children into eco-friendly innovations. That's where the future is!

 

Contents: Motor with connectors, Yellow Gear, Orange Gear, Round Shaft, White Gear, Gear with Shaft, Air Cathode, Non-Woven Fabric, Magnesium Sheet, Plastic Dropper, Stickers, and instructions.

 

2. MYO HALLOWEEN MAGICAL SLIME: Halloween magical slime? Absolutely! This slime is so much 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 superpowers from Thermochromic pigment. Mood rings and lipstick use them. And so do those rubber duckies that tell you when the bath is too hot for baby.

 

 Contents: Borax, Thermochromatic Pigment, Glue, Food Colour, and instructions

 

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