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Smithsonian Mega Science Lab

$36.99


Eyewitness Kits; Smithsonian Kits & Puzzles

My son, in particular, has become incredibly interested in science, likely timed with what he is learning in school. These Smithsonian Science Kits offer engaging ways for children to learn about science in exciting, hands-on, easy-to-replicate projects. We were sent 3 kits including Magic Rocks, Rocket Science, and Rock and Gem Dig. The very first kit my son wanted to try was the Rocket Science activity which provides an easy way for kids to build and launch a rocket.

Winter break is here, which means we get two glorious, homework-free weeks with our kids! Right now, we’re busy prepping for Christmas, but once the holiday is over, my kids will be looking for things to do. We love projects, and while I’m not always as crafty as I’d like to be, we’ve managed to complete some fun, holiday-inspired crafts over the past several weeks. During my time in Bentonville, we were introduced to some creative project ideas available in Walmart’s craft department. One of the ideas that I liked was the Smithsonian Science Kits that hit store shelves earlier this season.

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  • Eyewitness Kits
  • Smithsonian Kits & Puzzles
    • Smithsonian 3-D Motorized Puzzles
    • Smithsonian Discovery Puzzles
    • Smithsonian Mold & Paint Kits
    • Smithsonian Museum Craft Kits
  • Fossil Educational Kits

was sent a few Smithsonian kits to try out

My son, in particular, has become incredibly interested in science, likely timed with what he is learning in school. These Smithsonian Science Kits offer engaging ways for children to learn about science in exciting, hands-on, easy-to-replicate projects. We were sent 3 kits including Magic Rocks, Rocket Science, and Rock and Gem Dig. The very first kit my son wanted to try was the Rocket Science activity which provides an easy way for kids to build and launch a rocket.

Winter break is here, which means we get two glorious, homework-free weeks with our kids! Right now, we’re busy prepping for Christmas, but once the holiday is over, my kids will be looking for things to do. We love projects, and while I’m not always as crafty as I’d like to be, we’ve managed to complete some fun, holiday-inspired crafts over the past several weeks. During my time in Bentonville, we were introduced to some creative project ideas available in Walmart’s craft department. One of the ideas that I liked was the Smithsonian Science Kits that hit store shelves earlier this season.