Recycling, Magnets, Measurements, Science Kit
Item number w-ys-wh-925-1101
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5 years +
SummaryRecycling, Magnets, Measurements, Science Kit
|Recommended Age||5 years|
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Description of Recycling, Magnets, Measurements, Science Kit
3 great science kits in 1! With the Measurements, Recycling, and Magnets science set by the Young Scientists Club, your children can explore 3 fascinating areas of science. To start off, your young learners will explore the green world of recycling and will learn about the 3 R's (reduce, reuse, recycle) by performing a variety of fun science activities including making mini composters, creating many types of real paper that will eventually be made into labels for recycling bins, and many more educational experiments. The 2nd part of this fantastic learning toy from Educational Toys Planet will teach your child all about scientific measurements. Your young scientists will discover many new things about the metric system by performing many scientific experiments from melting ice towers, to measuring and graphing expanding foam capsules, to even growing beans and wheat seeds. Finally, the 3rd part of the Recycling, Scientific Measurements, and Magnets set teaches your boys and girls all about magnetism. Children will perform many incredible experiments that look like magic such as moving cars on their own, making magnets dance, and making their own compasses as the final project of the kit. The magnet section of this science kit covers attraction vs repulsion, North vs South, and magnetic materials vs non-magnetic materials. There is a ton of new things to learn with Measurements, Recycling, and Magnets!
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by Christine, MI on Apr 11, 2011
The kit contains so many scientific facts in various fields! We have done just some of the experiments yet, but looks impressive to do and discuss it with the child.