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Little Labs™ Stepping into Science Kit

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Enter the world of science!    The award-winning Little Labs™ Stepping into Science Kit from Thames & Kosmos® will inspire budding scientists to inquire into how things work and learn through 25 hands-on experiments in nature, physics, chemistry, air, and water.

  • 48-page full-color illustrated step-by-step manual
  • Learn what plants need to grow
  • Build a barometer
  • See how water climbs
  • Watch plants sweat
  • Investigate plant propagation
  • Discover how a magnifying glass enlarges objects
  • Learn how colors mix
  • Understand how static electricity attracts
  • Investigate how sundials tell time
  • Learn how a motion picture works
  • Investigate air pressure and air flow
  • Learn how hovercraft and paper airplanes work
  • Understand the principle of suction
  • Write secret messages
  • Float a paper clip
  • Blow super bubbles
  • Observe capillary action
  • Test displacement
  • Build a soap-driven boat
  • Mix oil and water
  • Experiment with evaporation
  • Paint with sugar
  • Watch a balloon inflate itself
  • Materials: plastic, paper, cardboard, rubber, clay, wool, styrofoam, metal, glass
  • Not all required materials are included, but many are found easily around the house
  • Contents: 3 paper sheets, cardboard cutout sheet, garden cress seed, plastic dish (2 halves), magnifying glass, 2 flexible straws, 6 straws, clay pot, plastic bag, disk/top, sundial, plastic stick, 5 rubber bands, styrofoam ball, 3 paper bags, 2 paper clips, suction cup, blotting paper, soap bubble ring, modeling clay, wool thread, small styrofoam soap boat, 2 pipettes, 2 measuring cups, 2 measuring cup lids, bag with air balloons, styrofoam air cushion boat, styrofoam disk, funnel
  • 14.6" x 3.1" x 11.5" (37.1 x 7.9 x 29.2 cm)
  • Made in Germany
  • Recommended for ages 5 & up

CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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