Air pump rockets are a safe and inexpensive way to kids to learn the basics of forces and fluid pressure.
The Stomp and Fly Rocket Creator lets you build the simplest type of rocket, a compressed air, or stomp rocket!
Use the simple instructions to assemble your rocket and stand, then connect the included hose to the stomp chamber.
Press the stomp chamber with your hands, or gently stomp on it with your foot to make your rocket fly!
Powered by the release of compressed air, it's a fun little project for solo play, or take it in turns with three or four kids!
Your kit contains: Wooden parts, 6-colour paints, a brush and glue, foam blades, a tube, straw, screws, masking tape and stomp chamber.
Recommended for ages 8 and up.
Create your own delicious-smelling bath bombs!
The kids will get a chance to learn about science AND they'll get some cool bath bombs out of it too. With all the ingredients including different colours and different shaped moulds included, this is a great rainy day activity.
They can learn about science while creating their own designs in an awesome STEM/STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) activity.
Discover the secrets of soap bubbles with the Magnoidz ‘Science of Bubbles’ Science Kit! This fun and educational science kit is packed with experiments and interesting facts about the science of bubbles.
Learn the secrets of soap bubbles and how to create an array of different bubbles using the items included inside the box. Investigate the properties of water and how attracting forces hold the surface of water together, and more fun facts such as the secrets to the soap bubble’s rainbow of colours.
The fun doesn’t stop there, the educational resource book is full of interesting facts and experiments such as these!
The compass was invented around 200 CE in China and pointed south. The dry compass, like this one, was invented in medieval Europe around 1300 CE.
Glows in the dark, strong steel and glass construction.