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Monday, July 15, 2013

Simple Summer: Mind Blowing Science



My mom got a Mind Blowing Science Kit for my son for Christmas. He has enjoyed it over the months and has especially enjoyed it this summer. This kit comes with everything you need to do do 11 different experiments. The instructions include prompts on making hypothesis as well as an explanation as to why things happened the way they did. This is a great kit to get for days you need something simple that is already prepared for you. It retails on Amazon for 20 and right now is on sale for 15.

 

20 comments:

Leigh Anne said...

Thanks for this! My son loves experiments but I never know which books to choose. :)

Alicia Gusingfao said...

Wow! Great experiment. Such a brilliant kid!

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nancy john said...

kids are very cute so we care about them.

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Stacey Beck said...

Thanks for all the great advice. I want to find fun games and activities for to do with my kids. We've been playing a fun action-packed new dice game but this sounds great too.

Ashley Wells said...

Wow! The boy looks so happy what of he did.What a smart kid.



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Daniele Fornaciari said...

Mulele - A project for my kid.
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Hi, my name is Daniele Fornaciari and I'm a proud daddy of a 2 years and half old baby. This summer I started by joking a little very funny project for my kid. I'm a senior software developer and due my skill the project is about a simple learning game for kid developed for mobile device. To develop it I needed a character, so thanks to a designer freelancer, I developed this very funny and amazing character called Mulele (Mulele is a short version of my son's name: Samuele used by a his friend). During these days the nursery school setup a little Xmass market so I develop pro-bono stickers and pen holders. Everyone bought one and ask me to prepare also the picture frame, I hope to finish it as soon as possible.
So I started a IndiGoGo campaign to search support to continue to develop my project. I know that parents like my project because them know that it's build up by a dad for his kid, a dad like them.
Another aspect that I love of this project is that it join my wife and me much more than before, in fact she paint the pen holds and believe or not I made the cross stitch ;)
I will be very glad if you would like to support us writing some raws about our project hoping that someone would like to buy some perks helping us to finish the phase 0 of the project.
Some links:
1] twitter: https://twitter.com/Mulele1
2] indiegogo: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mulele-phase-0/

Soon website, blog and store will be available.

Regards.
Daniele Fornaciari

Naceur Boujja said...

Wow, wonderful experiment.I am a STEM education specialist and a kids entertainer. Really loved the way how you put this post up.

Charlie McPoyle said...

Kids love science experiments, at least my kids do. The think its a form of magic and they are fascinated. I usually buy some dry ice and mix it with water to set up my experiments. http://www.threebearsacres.com

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Holly James said...

This looks like a really fun activity to do with my kids and their friends! Now that it is summer I am looking for a fun activity to do outside. Are there any outdoor kids activities offered in Raleigh?
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Md. Abu Zafor Fagun Ahmad said...

It's really neccessary to get involve the children with science then they will got interest and other will got inspiration. I really like it.

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Mind Blowing Science Activity, Nice to see Toddler Learning Activity.

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Evelyn Richards said...

Indeed mindblowing!
My kid loves science games and experimenting with home based science experiments. I am happy she is curious and gung ho to try out these new things. Kids have a native curiosity, which we as parents must encourage. Thanks again for introducing me to this kit - we are going to try it!

Unknown said...

Really informative blog, I will often visit your blog for new activities for kids.

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