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Be Amazing Toys Big Bag Of Science

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  • More than 70 fascinating activities included
  • Multiple award winner kit including parent choice
  • Great for science fair projects
  • Learn about polymers and superabsorbents
  • Includes ultraviolet sensitive beads and procedures for testing sunscreen
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Be Amazing Toys Big Bag Of Science + The Everything Kids' Science Experiments Book: Boil Ice, Float Water, Measure Gravity-Challenge the World Around You! + Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Children under 8 yrs. can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons from children. Discard broken balloons at once.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 3.6 x 12.8 inches ; 2.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0034N7OZO
  • Item model number: 4120
  • Our recommended age: 8 - 12 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 14 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,377 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
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More than 70 experiments in one kit.
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Kids explore mind-stretching science principles while having fun.

Introduce your child to the exciting world of science with the Big Bag of Science. Kids aged 8 years and older can perform more than 70 experiments with this kit, allowing them to explore mind-stretching science principles while having fun. The kit comes with plenty of tools and safe chemicals to get your young scientist started, including test tubes, a magnifying glass, gravity goo powder, Insta-Snow powder, and many other supplies necessary to perform the experiments.

Over 70 Activities Let Young Scientists Learn New Skills by Exploring Three Types of Science

With more than 70 activities covering life science, physical science and earth science, this kit encourages kids to discover new aspects of their world. Topics in the lab book include chemistry, physics, geology, biology magnets, and many other arenas, giving your budding scientist a variety of ways to discover new facts. Your child will also get a look at the tools of science with the many materials included in this kit. The test tubes, pipettes, magnifying glass, Petri dishes, and other materials help to teach skills such as observation, classification, and measuring. Some of these experiments are messy and meant for the outdoors, such as the soda geyser experiment and the slime bubbles. Whether messy or not, each experiment is geared toward teaching kids about an exciting principle of science. Experiments toward the end of the lab book encourage kids to take their test tubes outside to see what they can discover and collect.

Learn Cool New Facts About Everyday Items

With wit and humor, the lab booklet offers step-by-step instruction for each experiment and explains the science behind the process. The book helps your child and you, the adult assistant, explore cool scientific processes, like why the materials in baby diapers are absorbent, how compasses use magnets to work and what makes us burp. Kids will learn to determine whether a sunscreen works to block out harmful rays and discover the composition of water. All the powders and beads come in re-sealable baggies that help to reduce spills and messes. If kids don’t use the whole substance in the first experiment, they can seal it up and pack it away for later. Furthermore, the whole kit packs back into its zippered bag for an easy clean up.

What's in the Box?
  • Five test tubes and two test tube holders
  • Geyser Tube
  • Magnifying glass
  • Shaker Slime cup and lid
  • Balloon
  • Multiple papers, powders, goos, and beads
  • Yellow plastic ring and hex nut
  • Iron filings and magnet
  • PTC strips
  • Various trays and containers
  • Pipette, blue scoop, and color wheel

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Customer Reviews

I got this for my 7 year old nephew and it loves it.
Amazon Customer
Parents, you must be willing to sit down and do the experiments with/for your kids but its great bonding time and lots of fun.
Matt Jackson
Warning- some experiments can be messy, but so worth the fun!

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I love science. I'm an engineer and a father, and science fills our lives. I am always looking for great science projects to do with my kids and things they can do on their own. The problem is that chemistry and science kits today are dumbed down from the kits when I was a kid - they tend to be mostly toys, lacking some of the cooler experiments I remember. Want to know why kids want to be lawyers rather than scientists and engineers? I blame the dumbing down of science through programs like STEM, but I digress - this is a review of a product, and I want to make sure you know if it is something to buy your kid. I will review it for what it is - a kids toy science kit.

So you hand this to your kids and tell them to have fun with it. First problem, the activities are really for a 5-7 year old, but the instructions are written for a kid who is at least 9 or older. My The Magic School Bus - Chemistry Lab came with colorful cards each with an experiment. This "Big Bag" comes with a black and white instruction book filled with dense text and instructions. You can't just hand this to your kids and off they go - you need to read it with them. Not much of a toy if the kid can't even play with it themselves.

The first "experiment" is to put 3 different color alka-seltzer tablets into one of three different test tubes. Yes - you've colored water. If your kid has made lemonade, they've done this one. The second is to hold the test tubes up to light to "mix" the light color (ever held up two balloons to the light? I thought so). The third is to mix the colored water with a pipette. Yes - if your kids play with paint, they've done this too.
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112 of 118 people found the following review helpful By SFMorris on February 11, 2011
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We bought this for our 7 year old girl who loves science. We haven't done more than 3 experiments because she has had a blast with the gooey balls that grow in water. She has been drying them out and re-hydrating them for weeks. But is is VERY messy. If you are OCD about mess do not get this kit or just do it outside. The slime is difficult to clean up and you're not suppose to get it in your drains. The test tubes are high quality, very thick plastic. Ours have been dropped on the tile floor at least 5 times and not a crack.
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170 of 188 people found the following review helpful By Matthew T. Mason on August 17, 2011
My daughter and I started the experiments from #1 and had a good time with 1-3. It would've helped to have an illustrated list of equipment, though, as I wasn't sure what some items called for were at first. #4 stopped us, though, as the instructions aren't clear. It begins saying "After the Coloring Tablets quit fizzing" even though the list of items called for on this equipment do not include the Coloring Tablets, so I'm not sure how that plays in. Then it asks you to "...pull the bag of Superabsorbent Crystals out of your Baby Soda Bottle." Umm, what is this "Baby Soda Bottle"? I can find the bag of crystals, I just can't find anything labeled as a "Baby Soda Bottle, nor is it listed in the 'From the Kit' item list." Then it asks you to pour crystals into the 2oz plastic cups... okay, fine... but the next line says something about them soaking up the water. What water? How much? As a science experiment, I shouldn't be guessing on measurements, I should have clearer direction to ensure the intended results. If you want to teach kids how to do science correctly, the kit itself needs to do it correctly.
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48 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Cyndi Coon on May 30, 2012
While this kit offers a lot for kids to do and helps make science fun it is an instruction nightmare for parents. First of all this kit did not come with ANY instructions at all! We unpacked it to find nothing written at all. Not even a sheet of paper stating to go online to download instructions. We had to google the name of the kit and the word 'instructions' to realize the they were available on the manufacturers site as a downloadable PDF and 33 pages later we printed everything out to get started only to discover the instructions are poorly written. Also, once you print out the instructions and read them there are no images or drawings to tell you what the items included are. Some young scientists might know what a pipette is but we didn't and had to look it up. They you different names in the different experiments for the same items such as "White Plastic Mixing Tray" in Exp #3 and then they call it "White Color Mixing Tray" in exp #5. This causes so much confusion and pausing to figure out what they are talking about. All of the bags were not clearly labeled either. This needs some serious consideration and a total re-write. If this is an educational toy this company needs a team of educators to assist in the writing. It was a bummer for the kids to not understand how to use everything in the kit and for the adults assisting to be forced to do so much online searching. We started googling the ingredients with the word science experiment to figure out projects on our own. Beware you can get this kit but you will be spending a lot of time figuring out projects on your own. We had a good time but it took hours longer then it should have.
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77 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Tim Steitz on June 12, 2011
Received this as a gift from out of town family and it was still in it's original sealed packaging but we were missing some of the key ingredients to some of the very first experiments which was very disappointing for our 8 & 5 year olds who were eager to try it out. We were able to do some of the experiments, but found that the instructions didn't match up exactly with the labels on some of the ingredient packaging so it was a little confusing and frustrating for us, and good test of our children's patience. There were no illustrations in the directions to help verify what you're doing is correct, or that you have the correct parts, and/or ingredients. You may want to buy locally and open/inventory & review directions and parts before giving as a gift to your child or someone else, or buy through Amazon to insure easy return in either case.
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