Get experimenting or create your own Frankenstein's monster with this scientist dress playset.
Contains lab coat, carry case, ID badge, test tubes, glasses and bow tie
Gross stomach-churning germs
This kit finds and grows the disgusting lurking around your house!
Fancy a round-the-world trip, but don’t have the time? Well with this Revolving Globe, it only takes 14 seconds!
With a 30 day spinning life on just one AA battery, The Revolving Globe is the perfect addition to any desk or shelf, and with it’s easy two-part assembly, you’ll be set up to go in less time than it takes to rotate.
14-second full rotation
14cm x 14cm x 14.2cm
A pack of 50, double-sided, pocket-sized cards to help identify constellations, planets, meteors and other starry sights. Each card shows a feature of the night sky, one to a side, including a detailed picture and description, interesting facts, statistics and position in the night sky. An easy, convenient and informative companion for stargazing in the outdoors or through a telescope. With internet links to star maps and websites to find out more.
BrainBox Science is a fun way to help younger children with early science concepts, covering areas such as plants, animals, habitats and materials. Designed for children aged five to seven, this game has been developed by an experienced primary school teacher, is suitable for all ability levels and is great fun!
The object of the game is to study a card for 10 seconds and then answer a question based on the roll of a die. If the question is answered correctly, the card is kept, and the person with the most number of cards after 5 or 10 minutes is the winner.
Made from a minimum of 70% recycled material and designed in the UK, the BrainBox range is fabulous fun.
$29.95Construct globular shapes and monuments with these easy-to-connect Space Links. They are easy for little fingers to manipulate and encourage creativity.
$12.95Create outer space patterns on your ceiling with this clever projector torch.
$14.9524 Images over 3 interchangeable disc. Shine the torch on your wall or ceiling and project the selected image up to 90cm wide. Includes keychain, so you can take it anywhere.
Space Racers contains everything you need to press out and make your own paper rocket models. From the rocket that made the first manned space flight, Vostok K, to the future of space travel, the Skylon space plane. Use the easy to use, step-by-step instructions to build eight historically accurate rockets and two imaginary rockets, which are left blank for your own designs.
A separate booklet introduces you to the exhilarating world of rocket science and space exploration, and includes fun and detailed fact files for each rocket. This is an exciting kit for space enthusiasts aged eight to adult.
$6.95A 7.5cm model of a space shuttle featuring the United States flag and NASA logo.
4M STEAM Girls: Weather Station – Science Kit
A super-fun, hands-on way to learn about the weather! Contains a guidebook + weather journal and 6 weather experiments. Included along with instructions are a seed tray, wind vane, rain guage, themometer, compass and more.
Suitable for ages 8 & up
The CSIRO and Baker IDI Diabetes Recipe Book provides you with more than 100 delicious recipes for every occasion – from feeding a family to hosting an elegant dinner party.
In conjunction with the information and advice given in The CSIRO and Baker IDI Diabetes Diet and Lifestyle Plan, this collection of recipes will help you improve your health, manage your weight and feed your family and friends healthy, satisfying and tasty food.
Published in 2015, the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet: Complete Recipe Collection is a compilation of more than 400 recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner in one volume, so there'll always be something healthy to cook for any time of the day.
The recipe collection marks the 10 year anniversary of the release of the original CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet book.
$29.95Based on a true story, "The Dish" recounts the emotions, drama and humor behind the four-day Apollo XI mission in July 1969 and the extraordinary role that Australia played in televising the historical lunar landing to the world.
$44.95In The Night Sky, Richard Grossinger traces developments in science and technology, covering multiple aspects of humanity's complex relationship to the cosmos. Covering not only astronomy but also cosmology, cosmogony, astrology, and science fiction, he offers us a revelatory look at the firmament through his own telescope, fitted with an anthropological lens.
$14.95• What is the surface of Mars like? Why does Venus glow in the dark? How do scientists explore faraway planets? Beginner readers can find answers to these questions and more in this colourful information book. • Illustrated with stunning photographs and illustrations accompanied by short, informative text developed with reading experts. • Includes carefully selected internet-links to exciting websites about the Solar System.
$14.95Spent all your pocket money again? There are heaps of great things you can make with stuff that's lying round the house - and they won't cost you a cent! Ages 7-12. Check out all the toys and gizmos you can make with simple household stuff! From Mexican jumping beans to a diving octopus and a popcorn lava lamp, you'll be whizzing and spinning like crazy. Watch out you don't get dizzy! Ages 7-12.
$6.95Attach between two plastic bottles of water and swirl to create a tornado effect!
The swirling mass of water that forms in the tube is known as a vortex.
Once you have started the water moving round, the energy comes from the water flowing downwards.
The vortex has a hole in the centre. As the water flows up to replace it
If you didn't spin the bottle, the water would glug downwards as the water and sir changed places.
$24.95A highly entertaining and informative introduction to our planet and the universe we live in. Have you ever wondered what dark matter is or why galaxies collide? Or why the Moon is gradually drifting away from Earth? Space is really, really big, as Douglas Adams once pointed out, and there is no better guide to it than Fred Watson, astronomer to the stars. Fred Watson has taken the many, many questions that have been asked by listeners of his popular, long-running radio shows, and answered them in Why Is Uranus Upside Down? * How can you identify the constellations? * Does the Earth wobble? * Could you dump nuclear waste into the Sun? * What makes planets round? * Where's the nearest black hole? * Are there other universes? * Can we ever know everything? This highly entertaining and informative introduction to our planet and the Universe we live in is a must-read for enquiring minds of all ages.
Join DJ Lance and the Gabba gang on a space adventure in a flying saucer!
In space they meet new friends and discover a new planet!
In other episodes, the Gabba gang discover some silly animals, learn about machines, and care for the environment in different ways!
Episodes: Space, Green, Robot, Animals