Thursday, May 2, 2013

The Young Scientists Club

My three school-aged children absolutely love doing hands-on experiments. Our oldest son, in particular, is a huge fan of everything to do with science so we are huge fans of The Young Scientists Club. Recently we had a chance to check out their Wonders of Nature kit and the kids were so excited. 

Ms. Frizzle and her students take Young Scientists on a wild ride into the wonders of nature. In this kit, you can make a bug house, find treasures on a scavenger hunt, cast an animal track, create a paper mache ant, learn about the life cycle, build an ant farm, explore sun prints, construct leaf art, dry flowers, dissolve an egg shell, play the animal tracks game, all for just $19.99!!! Our older three children are now 8, 10 and 11 so I thought they might be too old for this type of product but boy was I wrong! They jumped in and spent hours playing with this kit and they were even able to include our 3-year-old in some of the activities. 

I love that these activities are easy enough for my kids to explore on their own or with my supervision. My daughter recently had a sleepover and she and my niece stayed up half of the night playing with this kit. We cannot wait to get more of these kits for summer. In the Clifford line, there are some really fun kits like the Bubble Science Kit, Rainbow Science Kit or the Kitchen Science Kit. I know my younger two boys would have a blast with these. There's also a Weather Lab kit that I would love to get for my oldest son. I think he has a future in science and the weather and this would be something he would really enjoying playing with. Head over to the Young Scientists Club webpage to check them all out!


One lucky reader is going to win their choice of the Bubble Science Kit, Rainbow Science Kit, Kitchen Science Kit or the Wonders of Nature kit that we reviewed!

*This is not a paid post. All opinions are my own. Review and Giveaway were provided at no cost via the company and/or representing PR firm*


  1. I'm thinking: Rainbow Science Kit

  2. My kids would love the bubble kit!

  3. I like the wonders of nature kit

  4. Because I'm such a lover of nature and try to nurture this in my grandchildren I would select the Wonders of Nature Kit.

  5. I'd say The Bubble Kit.
    Holly W

  6. I think I'd rather my daughter do the Kitchen Science Kit because she loves to watch us cook/bake, and I'd REALLY rather not build an ant farm! haha

  7. Rainbow science kit

  8. I don't know, they all sound great! I think the wonders of nature would be great for my sis though :)


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