Scientific Explorer Glow in The Dark Fun Lab
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“I bought this for my 8 year old niece and she loved it. Her mom and her have already busted it open and they had a blast.”
“My son and daughter enjoyed these easy to make glow activities.
The kit contains 5 activities :
1. Make a self-powered light. This is the teeniest tiniest lite bulb ever. My kids could not get this to work until I told them to take off their shoes, and rub their stocking feet into the carpet to create a static charge and then touch the probe end of the light bulb to something metal. Bingo! A brief orange glowing light appeared!!
2. Make a glow stick. Put a scoop of zinc sulfide in a test tube. Yep, that’s it.
3. Create a bubbling glow wand. Looked awesome. My kids really liked this one.
4. Make glow in the dark slime. Another favorite with the kids. Lasted over week stored in the fridge.
5. Glow in the dark plastic stars with adhesive putty. My kids had fun sticking these all over the house.”
- 5 awesome glowing activities, including making glow in the dark slime and a human powered light bulb
- 30 glow in the dark stars for making constellations on the ceiling
- Kids learn science as they play
- Includes zinc sulfide, sodium tetraborate, measuring scoop, test tubes, vegetable oil, neon bulb, pipette, adhesive putty and manual
- Recommended for children 8-years of age and older
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