about this item
Scientific Explorer Wacky Weird Weather Kit is an educational make-it-yourself set that allows your child to uncover secrets behind our weird and wacky weather. This set is designed to inspire young scientists to understand the science of storms in order to make a tornado, create a tidal wave, make their own powerful weather effects, create lighting at home, make their own storm front and whip up a blizzard in a test tube. Questions like "What makes a Tsunami?” and "How does a volcano make rain?” are just a few of topics addressed in this kit. Your child will learn to act and think like a real scientist by comparing things, asking questions and making observations by their different senses to understand the really fun and cool science about weather and what makes it so weird. Includes instant snow (0.5oz.), baking soda (0.5oz.), citric acid (0.5oz.), test tube with cap, 2 color tablets, 2 plastic bottles, vortex connector, 15 beads, balloon, measuring spoon, volcano mold with cap and instructions. Recommended for children 12 years of age and older.
Material: Paper, plastic
Assembly Details: No assembly required
Suggested Age: 8 Years and Up
CPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: Choking_hazard_balloon
Grade Level: 4th Grade, 3rd Grade
Care and Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Number of Players: 1 or More Players
Educational Focus: Science
Power Source: Non-powered
Item Number (DPCI): 087-02-0756
- Uncover secrets behind our weird and wacky weather
- Make a tornado, create a tidal wave, make powerful weather effects and whip up a blizzard
WARNING: choking hazard - children under 8 can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required.