Young Scientists Set #6 is a collection of three kits: Kit #16-Flight, Kit #17-Heart and Lungs, and Kit #18-Digestive System. A journey into the human body! Make planes, parachutes, jets, windmills, and spinners before "flying" into the fascinating world of the heart and lungs. Young Scientist measure lung volume, make heart and lung models, and design a working stethoscope. The journey continues with the digestive system where the enzyme pepsin eats away gelatin, iodine colors starch, and fats make brown paper translucent. This set is a sure winner with all Young Scientists that have aspirations in the healthcare profession!
Contents: Balloons, string, clothespin, spinner models, flying plane models, windmill blades model, tissue paper, straws, dowel, paperclips, parachute doll, bead, felt, heart/lung model, velcro, bendable straw, construction paper, tubing, plastic doll, funnel, iodine prep pads, toothpick, gloves, gelatin, pepsin capsule, pipette, brown paper bag, 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 contents 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: What do a balloon and a jet have in common? How does a stethoscope work? Why is pepsin important for digestion? Hours of fun with hands-on science experiments! Award winning science kits for kids!