Bubble Gum Factory


$ 24.95 
SKU: SA257

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The POOF-Slinky 0SA257 Scientific Explorer Bubble Gum Factory Kit lets your young scientist have as much fun chewing their experiment as they had learning the science behind it. Guided by the instruction booklet, your child will make gobs of gum from (8) different recipes or create their own concoctions and mix unique flavors for friends and family to try. You dont need a laboratory filled with fancy equipment to be a successful food scientist. All the gear that youll need can be found in this kit, in your kitchen or on the shelves of your local grocery store. The main ingredient of this educational make-it-yourself kit is creativity. Once done with the experiments, your child and friends can test their own bubble blowing skills. Scientific Explorers Bubble Gum Factory includes a citric acid packet, corn syrup, powdered sugar, gum base, watermelon flavoring, blueberry flavoring, mint flavoring, (2) note cards, resalable bag and activity guide. This kit is great for birthday parties and family fun. Bubble Gum Factory is part of the exceptional series of home science kits based on the nationally recognized Great Explorations in Math and Science (GEMS) program pioneered at UC Berkley's Lawrence Hall of Science. Scientific Explorer is the industry leader in fun, educational and activity-based science kits loved by both parents and children. The POOF-Slinky 0SA257 Scientific Explorer Bubble Gum Factory Kit is recommended for children 8-years of age and older with adult supervision.

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