$ 9.95 
SKU: 2017

Slinky Science Electro Magnetix Mini Lab reveals the mysterious behavior of magnets and how they work. This kit contains (30) different fun games, tricks and experiments that your young scientist will conduct to discover how and why magnets work and how magnetism is related to electricity. Some of the activities in this kit include making a magnet float in mid-air, building a compass, creating magnetic fields, working with a magnetic pendulum, making magnets jump and a working electromagnetic motor that even scientists can't explain.

This fun, safe and educational kit comes with a 31-page step-by-step instruction booklet that makes it easy to start and finish all the activities included. Harness the mysterious power of invisible force fields with Electro Magnetix. This kit contains a steel plate, magnet cover, (2) red plastic plates, (4) red support posts, plastic sleeve, (2) bar magnets, (10) disk magnets, motor magnet, compass needle, compass card, coil of copper wire, nail, rubber band, (2) brass contact clips, (2) sets of decal dots, bag of iron fillings, sandpaper, battery holder and a 31-page instruction manual.

Some activities require a D battery and other common household items that are not included. This Slinky Science Mini Lab is experiment number 141 of a series of science kits that combine elements of learning and fun to provide hours of educational entertainment. Slinky Science Electro Magnetix Mini Lab is recommended for children 8-years of age and older with some adult supervision.

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