I can’t think of a better way to get kids excited about science than with a Magic School Bus Science Kit like Explore the Wonders of Nature!
It has everything you need to help aid kids aged 5 and up learn a little bit about the world around them.
Magic School Bus Science Kit: Explore the Wonders of Nature Review
In true Magic School Bus Style, this kit does include a fun short paragraph or two to accompany each lesson to urge kids to take a closer look.
Mrs. Frizzle, dressed in her buggy best, is her usual bubbly self, captivating the characters your children will recognize from the stories! Ralphie, Keesha, Carlos, and Dorothy Ann–they are all there!
The kit uses the same idea as the story line, impart scientific knowledge in an engaging way, but includes a great range of activities that any child will thoroughly enjoy!
Go on a scavenger hunt (using really great stickers to mark your finds), learn about animal tracks and make your own bear tracks with the provided mold, even create an ant farm! Everything you need is included in these kits so you don’t need to worry about hunting down plaster of Paris, a paint brush, or a biodegradable bowl (to name a few).
Inside the Magic School Bus Science Kit
You don’t have to shrink down to the size of a bug to begin. Experiments do not need to be done in order though it may be helpful for young minds to build upon the previous lesson.
There are a slew of kits in this particular series from studying the weather to a slime and polymer lab kit. Each one looks like so much fun! But you’ll also discover kits featuring a familiar furry face, Clifford the Big Red Dog!
You can bet that these kits will be going into our summer plans. Who says you have to stop learning once that final school bell rings?
Home Science Kit
Our boys love to learn and we love to guide them along, especially when we can use amazing science kits like the Magic School Bus Science Kit and Explore the Wonders of Nature kit!
Plus, you keep the learning fun going strong by a visit to the online Clubhouse, The Young Scientists Club.
I was provided a copy of the Magic School Bus Science Kit of my choice in order to share my personal opinion. My opinion remains mine and mine alone.