Thank you to The Young Scientists Club for providing a complimentary product sample for us to base this review upon and for providing an additional product for our contest prize. All opinions expressed are my own.
Beloved character Clifford the Big Red Dog is getting kids into science with new The Young Scientist Club science kits. These fun kits come in three themed sets that teach kids about bubbles, rainbows, or getting cooking in the kitchen. These sets are so good, they’ve just won the Tillywig Toy & Media Brain Child Award, given only to “exciting products that energize the mind while seamlessly blending fun and learning!” We were sent the Clifford Rainbow Science kit to try out and we’ve had a blast doing colorful experiments.
The Rainbow Science kit contains a full-color instruction manual that gives detailed directions to complete the experiments as well as many of the things you need to do them. We had to add our own water, food coloring, and/or oil but everything else was in the box. We learned how to make colored water “climb” special paper (chromatography paper), we saw the spectrum of color while looking at a light bulb with the included glasses, and we made fun lava lamp like bubbles that floated in oil, plus several other things too.
The best thing about this kit is that we learned why all these things happened and we got to explore the science behind it all. We had a really great time with this awesome kit and we look forward to doing and redoing the experiments over and over.
The new Young Scientists kits can be purchased at www.theyoungscientistsclub.com. This kit is very affordably priced at $19.99. The company also has new social media pges and they would love some followers, so like their FB page, and follow them on Twitter and Pinterest.
The random drawing winner will be able to choose one of the following science kits . . .
Good luck in the drawing!