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So I told him that every day he's off, he and the littles had to spend at least an hour doing something structured and well....sane. A little break from climbing on furniture and jumping all over the place would be quite nice and allow me to keep my own sanity and get some work of my own done.
So when I got the opportunity to revisit the great children's science kits from The Young Scientists Club, I was very excited. There are several wonderful kits to choose from, such as Rainbow Science, Kitchen Science, and the Wonders of Nature Kit. These kits feature some of kids' favorite characters from Clifford the Dog and The Magic School Bus, so it definitely adds to the fun and keeps kids engaged while learning. After all, learning should be fun, right?!
Last time around, we checked out Clifford's Bubble Science. It was a huge hit with both of my preschoolers! This time, I chose The Magic School Bus Exploring the Wonders of Nature Kit.
I also loved this kit because it comes very neatly packaged and includes almost everything needed to make nature come alive. The only other things I needed were things that were already in my pantry, or could be found by heading outdoors.
These experiments are meant for kids ages 5+, but I found that most were simple enough that even my 2 year old could participate. My husband, AKA "The Big Kid" enjoyed it, too. So really, it's great for kids of all ages and stages.
I would definitely recommend The Young Scientists Club if you're looking for ways to keep your kids entertained while helping them learn more about the world around them. These kits are fun, easy to use, and definitely can cure the rainy day blues. They'd even be wonderful supplements to homeschooling lesson plans!
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