The Young Scientist Set #10 is a collection of three kits: Kit #28-Seeds, Fruits, and other Plant Parts, Kit #29-Eggs, and Kit #30-Owls. The cycle of life! Become a botanist by studying plants and making a terrarium with the enclosed selection of seeds. Continue this cycle of life by experimenting with eggs and creating a brine shrimp habitat. Young Scientists will learn how to take care of their new "pets" to ensure survival of these creatures. Finish the set with the dissection of an owl pellet and assembly of a rodent skeleton with the bones found in the pellet. This set is a definite winner for young and old alike! Contents: beans, magnifying glass, charcoal, peat pellets, straws, cotton, paper towel wicks, wheat or rye seeds, seed mixture, brine shrimp cysts, yeast, magnifying glass, eye dropper, pH paper, pH chart, rock salt, owl pellet (which has been heat pasteurized and is safe for handling), toothpicks, bone identification chart, pieces of screen, rodent skeleton chart, and adult instructions as well as fun, illustrated instructions for the children given by Celsius the Science Bug. (Common household items required for some experiments.) Please note that content may vary slightly. For Ages 5-12 Complete the sets in order to experience the ultimate in science adventure. Sets can also be done individually. Recommended starting sets: Ages 5-8 Start with Set 1, 2, or 3. Ages 9-12 Start with Set 4. Three experiment Booklets, 3 Individual Supply Bags. Explore kit topics in more detail by entering our online Clubhouse!
kidsciencekits.com; e-mail Celsius the Science bug with questions and results! Find the answers to these questions and more: Why is a cucumber a fruit? How do you "wake up" a brine shrimp cyst? What is an owl pellet? Hours of fun with hands-on science experiments! Set 10 contains 3 kits: Kit 28 -Seeds, Fruits, and other Plant Parts - Explore botany and make a terrarium Kit 29 - Eggs- Learn about eggs and construct a brine shrimp hatchery. Kit 30 - Owls - Study food chains and food webs through owl pellet dissection.