EDU 8350 SUPER CHEM SCIENCE KIT
Experiment with 100 Fun Kitchen Activities in Chemistry
- Mini lab comes unassembled
- Uses everyday food products such as salt, vinegar, sugar, baking powder
- Free- Best Kept Secrets of How to Win A Science Fair Contest eBook
- Measuring spoon
- Plastic base
- Bubble construction kit
- Colored felt pen
- 6 plastic straws
- Plasticine 80 gr
- Rubber band
- 1 glass bottle of glycerol, “glycerin” (25 ml)
- 1 plastic container of gelatin (25 cc)
- 2 plastic containers of sodium hydrogen carbonate (25 gr)
- Magnifying glass
- Measuring glass
- 1 soap tablets
- 2 soap molds (plastic)
- pH indicator paper
- pH scale chart
- Super Chem’s manual with 100 experiments
- Plastic tube
- 2 balloons
- Eye dropper
- 1 plastic container of calcium carbonate, “lime stones” (25cc)
- Mini Lab
You do not have to be an experienced chemist or have a lot of sophisticated lab supplies. Your kitchen has many hidden secrets that are waiting to be discovered. Your kitchen is now your lab for your science fair projects.
- Does black water conduct produce a higher or lower temperature?
- What makes different soap shapes?
- What determines how long a bubble lasts?
- How can your tell what is an acid and a base? What is the difference between the two?
- What happens if you mix the two together? What are the implications?
- Is your rain acidic? What makes acid rain an important science fair projects?
- What chemical reaction makes heat?
Ages 8 and up with Adult Supervision
WARNING CHOKING HAZARD- Small parts. Not for Children under 3 yrs.
WARNING CHOKING HAZARD- Toy contains a cord. Not for Children under 3 yrs.
WARNING CHOKING HAZARD- Children under 8 yrs. Can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision is required. Keep uninflated balloons away from children. Discard broken balloons at once.
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