Perform amazing experiments with common kitchen materials - here's a starter kit brimming with inspiration and fun!

With 4M Kidzlabs Kitchen Science you can perform amazing science experiments using everyday materials from your average kitchen!

There are 6 specially designed experiments to help you or your class learn about crystals, electricity, chemicals and more!

Launch a rocket that is fuelled by baking soda and vinegar, build a tabletop volcano that erupts with bubbly "lava", generate electricity using a fork and a lemon, and use black currant juice to decipher hidden messages!

There are oodles of fun to be had with this kit, and so much to learn from the detailed stories and fun facts included along the way!

Wha's Included:

  • 1 x Vinegar rocket and launch pad
  • 1 x Volcano with spoon and skewers
  • 1 x Kitchen spy finger print development pad
  • 8 x Finger print record sheets with brush
  • 8 x Secret message sheets
  • 2 x Zinc plates with wire, and a clock watch.

Box Dimensions: 17cm x 21cm x 6cm

Colours and contents may vary from those illustrated.

Adult guidance is recommended, please read instructions prior to use.

There are also a number of basic items that you may need from your kitchen at home including vinegar, baking soda, food dye and corn starch. Just remember, it's always best to ask permission and assistance in getting these materials organised!

Recommended for ages 8 and up.

The Kidz Lab - Kitchen Science kit will teach young scientists the fundamentals of science while they having fun at the same time! Turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Barcode # 4893156032966
Brand 4M
Shipping Weight 0.2900kg
Related Categories Chemistry Gifts Science Gifts for 8 Year Olds

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