You'll lava this!
You'll learn the basic techniques of the scientific method by experimenting with several ingredients to discover which combination makes the best overflow of "lava." Once you discover the formula--EUREKA!--you will be ready to use the kit's mini-mountain to stage your own volcanic disaster.
Check online at www.kidsciencekits.com for more information.
Ingredients include goggles, water paints, food colors, detergent, test tubes, eyedropper, measuring cups, and other tools to conduct your lava experiment.
Young scientists will enjoy teaming the scientific method by testing different combinations of ingredients to discover how to create the best lava flow. (Dinosaurs and palm trees are not included.)
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|Title Annotation:||Young Scientists Club science kits|
|Publication:||Jack & Jill|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2007|
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