Enrich the science education of young kids with the Kids First Chemistry Set from Thames & Kosmos! Junior chemists can safely explore simple chemistry and conduct engaging science experiments using the tools in this experiment kit (along with a few common household items).
Create a kid-friendly chemistry lab and equip your kids to learn how to use basic chemistry equipment like filters, test tubes, pipettes, and measuring spoons, and beakers!
With the Thames & Kosmos Kids First Chemistry Set, your kids will:
- make test tube racks from plaster and learn about the chemical reaction that formed them;
- separate the colors in inks and dyes with chromatography experiments;
- explore the properties of water, soaps, and oils;
- identify acids and bases;
- investigate evaporation and crystallization;
- and more!
This Kids First Chemistry Set contains 29 pieces of lab equipment, plus a full-color 48-page manual with instructions and explanations of 25 science experiments. All you need to provide is adult supervision and a number of household items, like cardboard, baking soda, a hair dryer, and more.
From the Manufacturer
Kick off a chain reaction of fun-filled experiments with this introductory chemistry set designed specifically for young kids. Junior chemists can safely explore simple chemistry using the tools in this kit and common household substances from the kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room. Learn how to use basic chemistry equipment such as filters, test tubes, pipettes, and measuring spoons, and beakers. Make your own test tube racks out of plaster and learn about the chemical reaction that formed them. Conduct experiments to identify different chemicals using reactions, heat, evaporation, and crystallization. Examine the composition of inks and dyes with chromatography experiments, where colors magically separate from one another on a filter paper disk. Explore the properties of water, soaps, and oils. Experiment with acids and bases using indicators (pH strips and cabbage juice) to identify them. Make fizzy reactions with acids and bases to dissolve shells and inflate balloons. Discover the invisible gas carbon dioxide and its very visible effects. The full-color, 48-page manual guides inquisitive young chemists and their adult supervisors through safely conducting each of the 25 experiments.
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