Why does a saline solution conduct electricity? How does a motor work? How does a light bulb turn on? What is the difference between a series circuit and a parallel circuit? How does an alarm work? How do you make a siren? 22 easy circuits, with no soldering required, to discover electricity.
One 23-cm microscope with lenses, colour filters and 3 magnifications: x200 / x600 / x1200. The base and body of the microscope are metal. LED light for high-quality observations. A large number of accessories included: slides, tweezers, 4 vials, Petri dish, micro-slicer, labels, needle and 4 sample slides included. Instructions with 30 experiments for...
A block of plaster to dig up the bones of a Tyrannosaurus Rex and a Velociraptor! You must then work out which dinosaur the bones belong to and build the two skeletons! Possibility of digging in the box to avoid any dirt.
A set of microscope slides with 20 prepared specimens including rabbit blood, sunflower pollen, bamboo, cricket wing, etc. An illustrated note explains in detail what features to look for.
Phosphorescent solar system to stick on bedroom walls or ceilings. Expose the stars to the light for one minute and they will shine for one hour!
Put the pieces together and build models that are powered by hydro-pneumatic energy! 6 models including a water pistol, a race car and a Segway. Instruction sheet with colour illustrations.
Discover 20 slimy activities involving different types of texture and hundreds of combinations: phosphorescent, gold, fluffy, ultra-slimy.
Assemble the no-solder components and discover 6 activities to make your own alarm. Includes real components (light sensor, buzzer, transistors etc.) and instructions illustrated in colour for the activities.
A set for creating amazing soap bubbles: cubic bubbles, flat bubbles and even giant bubbles. Includes concentrated bubble solution and an illustrated colour guide to the activities.
A telescope that comes with an instruction sheet with 30 activities to discover the starry sky, the planets and the lunar landscape. 50 mm diameter lens and 2 interchangeable 20 mm and 4 mm eyepieces. 89 cm tripod. The tube and the tripod are made of metal.
Create circuits and build 17 models: lighthouses, Ferris wheel, helicopter, and more. A kit to understand and discover the basics about electricity. More than 130 pieces required for circuits: rod, motor, battery box, connection wires, etc. Instruction sheet with colour illustrations.
A chemistry set with 75 safe, chemical-free experiments! Perform fun scientific experiments with common household products like salt, vinegar and flour! Which has the most acidic pH out of water and orange juice? How do clouds form? How can you make a heavy object float?