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National Geographic Science Kits

Fun. Education. Mortal enemies. But, much like Batman and the Joker, every once in a blue moon they team up to take on a greater foe. This is one of those times. For the purposes of this metaphor, the greater foe is ... let's say boredom. And Bat-fun and Edu-Joker (go with it) are here to save the day!

inkycatz


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We're doing science and we're still alive! How well do these kits educate?

I'm just hanging out, really.

gothicchic21


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Just got the volcano for $12.99 on Amazon with free shipping! I usually just pour stuff into a cup and my toddler watches it go everywhere. I think this will be even more visually appealing to her! Maybe I will take it in to her pre-school also, if they let me!

jeeperwoot


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keep looking at those shoe lights for some reason. Also, nice to see Operation lives on in another game.

dawkdd756


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I can vouch for the operation like game- kids have played with it for 5+ years. Check other sites for prices though-- Amazon is selling the globe for $9, prime shipping.

gotspunk1


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Thanks for the info!

sweetconcorde


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gothicchic21 wrote:Just got the volcano for $12.99 on Amazon with free shipping! I usually just pour stuff into a cup and my toddler watches it go everywhere. I think this will be even more visually appealing to her! Maybe I will take it in to her pre-school also, if they let me!



We put baking soda on a sheet and use a cup of vinegar with food coloring and an eye dropper. Mini volcanoes (and a good twenty minutes of peace).

rudonnamcdonald


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I hope this event returns!! Great gifts for a houseful of kids and fun loving adults!