Big Fun Chemistry
"Big Fun Chemistry"
- Slippery slime, bubbling liquids, changing colors – in 20 effective and safe experiments, children aged 8 to 13 discover the basics of chemistry.
- The impressive laboratory station with many different vessels and devices encourages role play and turns chemical experiments into a real experience.
- With harmless chemicals and simple experiments, children in this chemistry laboratory practice the correct use of pipettes, test tubes, measuring cups, etc.
- Exciting highlights to get you started: bubbling liquids, great color experiments and making your own glow-in-the-dark slime - everything is explained step by step in the instructions and on clear experiment cards.
- Discover the topic of chemistry in playful experiments from KOSMOS - learn STEM at the same time.
Slippery slime, bubbling liquids, changing colors – in 20 effective and safe experiments, children can experience how much fun chemistry is with this KOSMOS experiment kit. The impressive laboratory station with many different vessels and devices encourages role play and turns chemical experiments into a real experience. The correct handling of pipettes, test tubes, measuring cups, etc. comes naturally.
With harmless chemicals, children not only learn the basics in a playful way, but also discover how much chemistry there is in their environment through everyday experiments.
All experiments in this chemistry laboratory were designed for children aged 8 to 13 and can be carried out easily using the clear experiment cards and the colorful step-by-step instructions.
Contents: 17-piece chemistry station, Erlenmeyer flasks, large test tubes, small test tubes, syringe, measuring cups in various sizes, pipettes, spatulas, measuring spoons, tube, Petri dish, filter paper, funnel, noctilucent slime, UV-active slime and color changing Slime, coloring tablets, 10 experiment cards and colored instructions (all laboratory utensils are made of child-safe plastic)
Additionally you will need: water-soluble felt-tip pens, fizzy tablets, soil, sand, red cabbage, household vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice, corn starch, sugar cubes, vegetable oil and other common household materials