The POOF-Slinky 0SA221 Scientific Explorer My First Mind Blowing Science Kit provides the tools your little Einstein needs to create their very own science lab at home. This beginners science kit allows young scientists to perform several amazing safe and fun science experiments that range from erupting a color-changing volcano to creating a sunset in a test tube. Young scientists will learn about basic principles behind the science including the difference between acids and bases and how to use a test tube and pipette. In addition to step-by-step instructions for all (11) experiments, the detailed science guide included with this kit provides adults with "mind blowing science secrets" that help to answer questions about what's happening in each experiment. The descriptions included in the science guide give background information related to each reaction and offer questions that adults can ask to help encourage fun learning during experimentation. This science kit includes red cabbage juice powder, citric acid, baking soda, (3) color tablets, crosslinked polyacrylamide, vegetable oil, corn starch, (2) cotton swabs, (3) test tubes, (3) plastic cups, pipette, (2) sticks, (2) measuring scoops and an activity guide. cientific Explorer My First Mind Blowing Science Kit is recommended for children 4-years of age and older with adult supervision.
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