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Ice Cream Making Science Kit

Item number   w-gu-a506
This product has been DISCONTINUED
8 years +
Skills Star


Experimenting Skills, Creativity, Chemistry, Science and Exploration, Solids, Liquids and Gases
Recommended Age8 years
Our Recommended Age
Quantity Available0
UPC Code781968005060
Dimensions of Box" x " x "
Made inUnited States
Part Number506
Weight0.00 lb

Description of Ice Cream Making Science Kit

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM! Are you ready to make your very own ice cream? Get ready for this super cool educational make-it-yourself kit. Bring chemistry and science right into your kitchen. This award winning science kit, by Scientific Explorer, uses t-shirts as the ice cream machine! Put your ingredients into a container, wrap it in a t-shirt, twirl, and before you know it you just made a delicious treat! Children learn about solids, liquids, and gases as they figure out how to balance ingredients to make the smoothest and tastiest ice cream. Watch chemical reactions take place that turn simple powders into creamy, cold treats. Ice Cream making science kit from Educational Toys Planet is a great way to learn, create, and enjoy with family and friends. Perfect for exciting and curious kids!

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  1. by Bonnie, NY on Aug 17, 2012

  2. by Linda, QC on Aug 2, 2012

    This was a gift for my eleven-year-old grandaughter. I had given her a couple of these kits for Christmas, which were a huge hit, so when her birthday came along, she went on the website and took notes on which ones (these 4)she wanted and then gave me the information. I know she was especially looking forward to trying this one out as she is already a great little cook.
  3. by Gary, MN on May 29, 2012

  4. by Blake, LA on Apr 22, 2012

  5. by Ray, AK on Oct 21, 2011

    The grandson say's he likes it. We prefer to get the things that they can learn from. 9 years old.
  6. by Karina, MA on Nov 12, 2010