All children love science experiments, they like to get involved and use their hands and to see the visual changes that come about from the experiments.
Experiments in the classroom or homeschool are great for showing how nature works in the big outdoors, replicating events in a small, controlled way makes studying science and nature fun and informative – more so than just reading it in a book or looking it up on the computer.
We’ve got some cool science based tools that help children to better understand the world around them. They can be used purely as fun toys or as a accompaniment to science and nature lessons in the classroom or homeschool class.
From growing your own crystals to building a volcano, we can pique your children’s interest in the natural world.
This large kit can be used to study 7 different crystal growing experiments. Once the different colored crystals have grown they can then be displayed in the included cases to be kept for future reference. This kit is ideal for older children aged 10 and over.
This classic set has been around for years and with good reason—it is every bit as fascinating and fun today as it was years ago. Grow your own underwater rock garden in minutes. Great for nurturing an interest in rocks and gems.
Everyone loves a volcano, but this miniature experiment set is perfectly safe to conduct in your own home or classroom. Your children can cast and paint their own volcano and then watch it erupt with fizzing lava.
No need for dangerous road trips storm chasing for tornados, this miniature tornado in a can will help children to understand the physics behind one of nature’s most destructive forces.