Inspired by STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math), the educational kits use step-by-step instructions to guide kids through experiments and activities designed to teach children ages 5–12 science by creating art. Each kit contains
Explore the Beauty and Wonder of Science
Space includes experiments to learn about gravity, construct a solar system, Earth chromatography, and making a space rocket
Get deep into Crystals with this set that lets you construct a crystal mobile, develop sun catcher crystals, and grow rainbow and sponge crystals
Everyone loves Rainbows; this kit gives an opportunity to make rainbow ice, create a rainbow chromatography snake, and design a rainbow density test tube
The Explosions kit features exciting projects like fizz tablet explosions, test tube explosions, volcanic explosions, and milk color explosions
Where science and Michelangelo meet: the Sculptures kit lets you grow salt sculptures, grow colored ice sculptures, and construct DNA models
Lastly, Bubbles expands kids’ minds with a lava lamp in a test tube, bubble foam, funnel bubbles, bubble paint, and bubble slime
Customized art & science tray
Supplies to perform 10 included projects
The Young Scientists Club
The Young Scientists Club aims to ignite imaginations and help foster a lifelong love of science for kids as young as 4. Their hands-on games and activities—designed by a team of Harvard graduates, scientists, teachers, and parents—cover a wide range of topics from chemistry to anthropology. Some of these adventures include building a volcano, growing crystals, and learning how to track animals.
i got this for my grandchildren for Christmas. I wasn't sure how they would respond...not high tech. My grandchildren surprisingly showed a lot of interest and were looking forward to completing the activities with there parent. My grandchildren range in age from 7 to 12.
I only received one of the six kits:( very, very bad deal!! I tried to contact Groupon and I could not. These were Christmas gifts and I was really looking forward to giving them to my inquisitive niece. Again, very, very disappointed, particularly because 1.) there is no way to contact the seller and 2.) I have to go to plan b??? for my niece who needs her gift sent to Denver and wrapped before Christmas.