The Magic School Bus - Chemistry Lab
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- Educational and fun for kids
- Great hands on learning kit
- Encourages creative learning. Kit has everything you need.
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Ms. Frizzle and her students take Young Scientists on a wild ride with the Magic School Bus as they explore the field of chemistry. Young Scientists make sticky ice, use litmus paper, measure pH, perform chromatography, make bubble sculptures, wake-up fungus, create slime, form a bouncy ball, learn about density, produce a milk rainbow, plate copper, explode a volcano, and much, much more! This exhilarating bus-shaped kit comes packed with science components, 51 colorful experiment cards and a data notebook to record observations. Seatbelts, everyone! Get ready to experiment with Chemistry Lab.
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Ms. Frizzle and her students take Young Scientists on a wild ride with the Magic School Bus as they explore the field of chemistry. Young Scientists make sticky ice, use litmus paper, measure pH, perform chromatography, make bubble sculptures, wake-up fungus, create slime, form a bouncy ball, learn about density, produce a milk rainbow, plate copper, explode a volcano and much, much more. This exhilarating bus-shaped kit comes packed with science components, 51 colorful experiment cards and a data notebook to record observations. Seatbelts, everyone. Get ready to experiment with Chemistry Lab. The magic school bus science kit. Ms. Frizzle and her students take child on a science field trip. 51 illustrated colorful experiment cards. Bus shaped kit is a chemistry lab. store experiments and components in the bus shaped kit - comes with three plastic trays to hold all components.
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I am an environmental scientist and find myself in a lab daily, where my 7 year old son is not allowed. This kit allows him and I to connect by showing him some practical experiments and why they are practical. This kit begins with taking measurements. I think a kid who can measure something is worth his or her weight in gold. I cam now ask him to get me a certain volume of wage while I am cooking.
There are also experiments dealing with the nature of acids and bases and pH paper is included to check things out. My background allows me to put these concepts into context for him and he loves it!
Some children's science kits contain toxic materials, especially some at hobby shops where the stock my not move too quickly and they are shelf filler. This is all non toxic and still allows a kid to try some science with the supervision of an adult. Keep that in mind. No one want their kid losing hair prematurely because they played with mercury.
Buy the kit. Its cheap. Throw in a DVD of Magic Schoolbus prior to doing an experiment to get them jazzed up and ready to learn!
I had initially thought of getting a new lab each month but after seeing the poor quality, I decided against it. Disappointed that a great show such as the Magic Schoolbus would license their good name and reputation to something so poorly made. Had I paid under $10 for this, it would seem fair but for this price, it is a complete rip-off. Save your money and go online and find experiments with your own materials. Will not purchase any more of these again.
This is a great kit. It has sample sized bags of almost all the things you need to do these experiments, so there's not a lot of waiting until mom gets back from the store with something to do them.
I'd say they are right at the perfect age for this. I can't imagine it being too interesting for a child 9/10 or above.
There are tons of Simple experiments that they are living to do.
That being said, some parts are missing or damaged (a ballon couldn't be inflated because damaged) or are inaccurate. So be ready to be creative and help your child finalise the preparation (she is an excellent reader and couldn't understand why she could not do it the way it said but the measuring cup didn't match the description in some experiments). You'll also need to buy extras (baking soda, food colouring etc)