Young Scientist Club Sets
Each set contains three complete science kits (3 manuals/3 supply bags).
Complete the sets in order to experience the ultimate in science adventure. Sets can also be done individually. Recommended starting sets:
Ages 5-8: Start with Set 1, 2, or 3
Ages 9-12: Start with Set 4
Bundle #4 - Sets 10, 11, and 12.
Young Scientist Club Set 10 - THE CYCLE OF LIFE!!! Start this set as a botanist by studying plants and making a terrarium with the enclosed selection of seeds. Continue this cycle of life by experimenting with eggs and creating a brine shrimp habitat. Young Scientists will learn how to take care of their new "pets" to ensure survival of these creatures. Finish the set with the dissection of an owl pellet and assembly of a rodent skeleton with the bones found in the pellet. This set is a definite winner for young and old alike! Set Contains: Seeds, Fruits, and other Plant Parts (Kit 28); Eggs (Kit 29); and Owls (Kit 30).
Young Scientist Club Set 11 - YOUNG SCIENTISTS EXPLORE THE SOLAR SYSTEM! Study the stars with a star fact book, make a constellation box, design a telescope, and use bouncy balls and planet facts to create a solar system mobile that will "enlighten" any room. Finish this set with the study of forces, gravity, momentum, and Newton's three laws of motion. A great introduction to astronomy! Set Contains: Stars (Kit 31); Planets (Kit 32); and Forces (Kit 33).
Young Scientist Club Set 12 - SLIME, SHRINKING PACKING PEANUTS, JUMPING PEPPER, AND BUBBLES. A foil boat gliding across the water, pepper jumping, and very large bubbles are all possible with the presence of surface tension. Diapers, slime, bouncy balls, and shrinking peanuts are created with polymers. This set is completed with recreating experiments of famous scientists. Make a Cartesian Diver, Galileo's Pendulum, and study Archimedes' and Bernoulli's Principles. Young Scientists will for sure be inspired by these famous scientists and maybe even become one themselves!!! Set contains: Surface Tension (Kit 34); Polymers (Kit 35); Famous Scientists and Their Experiments (Kit 36).
Other kits include:
(Kit 2)Scientific Measurements
(Kit 4)Weather Station
(Kit5)Solids, Liquids and Gases
(Kit 10)Bacteria and Fungi
(Kit 11)Weight and Volume
(Kit 12)Acids and Bases
(Kit 14)Capillary Action
(Kit 17)Heart and Lungs
(Kit 18)Digestive System
(Kit 19)Bones and Muscles
(Kit 20)The Senses
(Kit 24)Circuits and Electromagnets
(Kit 26)Static Electricity
(Kit 27)Tornadoes, Clouds, and Water Cycle
(Kit 28)Seeds, Fruits, and other Plant Parts
(Kit 34)Surface Tension
(Kit 36)Famous Scientists and Their Experiments