Do you have a kid who loves science? Now, they can join the Young Scientist’s Club!
The Young Scientist’s Club are a series of science kits. You can either get them mailed monthly with familiar characters from The Magic School Bus guiding you through each kit, or you can buy them separately at hundreds of specialty stores, as well as on Amazon. We were sent The Magic School Busâ„¢ Growing Crazy Crystals, their newest offering. Keep reading for your chance to win your own Growing Crazy Crystals kit!
Included in the kit are all the tools, like a magnifying glass, charcoal and petri dishes, that you would need. Then use everyday items like salt, sugar and baking soda as ingredients in number of different fun science experiments. It’s a great way for children as young as 5 to learn that the interesting world of science is as close as the kitchen cabinet! These simple at-home experiments, spelled out in a delightful instruction booklet, introduce elementary school-aged children to basic concepts in chemistry, physics, geology and mathematics!
My daughter loved studying the different properties of salt, sugar, ice, and whatever else she could find close up with the included magnifying glass.
These kits are a great way to keep little minds working during summer break. We’re starting small, but we have plans to grow salt crystals in a bowl and form rock candy as we make our through the experiments in the instruction book!
About The Magic School Busâ„¢ Growing Crazy Crystals
Look who’s back? It’s Ms. Frizzle and her students eager to grow “crazy” crystals. Young Scientists explore sugar and salt crystals, make a crystal star, create crystal art, grow a salt crystal garden, make Epsom salt crystals, create a geode, grow a crystal tree, and much, much more! This crystallizing kit comes with an observation chart to keep track of the crazy crystal growth. Recommended for ages 5+ (MSRP $19.99).
Win The Magic School Busâ„¢ Growing Crazy Crystals
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