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  • My First Science Kit
  • My First Science Kit
  • My First Science Kit
  • My First Science Kit
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My First Science Kit

  • Recommended Age: 4-5 Year Old
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My First Science Kit
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Description


Let's Go Einstein!

- My First Science Kit includes several fun science activities.
- A color mixing lab.
- A lab to grow gobs of crystals in 24 different hues.
- A tube that lets you capture a rainbow.
- 10 science experiments in all.
- Some household products required.

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Why Our Experts Love It


We love experiments and making a volcano never gets old.

There is tons of stuff to experiment with. You can even make crystals...COOL! This is perennially one of our best sellers.

RECOMMENDATION: Pick up a couple of these. You'll be happy you did when you are running late to a birthday party and all you have to do is reach in the closet, grab one and go. Done.
  • You become the lab assistant as your little scientist performs the experiments in the My First Science Kit, like growing crystals and mixing colors. He learns to measure, predict, investigate, and perhaps most importantly follow simple steps in order to get a desired result. Because this toy requires adult supervision, it's a great way to bond with your preschooler.
  • While experimenting, your child will have to handle some more complex objects that he/she may be used to, like learning to pour precise measurements into small containers. This will develop his/her dexterity and hand-eye coordination.
  • Read the instructions to your child and ask him/her to find the appropriate beakers. He/she will develop good listening skills while following your directions.
  • Take photographs of your child doing each step of the experiment. After you're done, have him/her put the pictures in order and describe what he/she did in each step.
  • Scientists always record their experiments and share them with their colleagues. Have your little one practice using their descriptors to talk about the outcome of each experiment. This teaches them cause and effect. For example, by mixing these two things we got colored crystals.

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  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards
  • Choking Hazard 3 - Small parts not for children under 3 years

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