Dad of Divas' Reviews: Product Review - Clifford The Big Red Dog: Kitchen Science

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Product Review - Clifford The Big Red Dog: Kitchen Science

Clifford The Big Red Dog: Kitchen Science
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About the Kit
Clifford and his friends love exploring the world around them and with this exciting kit they are learning all about KITCHEN SCIENCE! Emily Elizabeth, the narrator in the colorful 20-page manual, guides young scientists through captivating experiments with catchy titles such as test tube explosion, making slime, crystal star, crystal art, milk glue, colored celery, waking up fungus, fungus eats bananas, fungus in a tube, sticky ice, upside down trick, crystal garden, and exploding volcano. Young Scientists will feel like real scientists when they use the included colorful lab tray, measuring cup, test tubes, and funnel to perform their experiments! Join Clifford and his friends on an adventure into the world of science! (Ages 3 and up)

My Take on the Kit
After school, my 5 1/2 year old and I enjoyed the experiments in this box of kitchen science experiments. The kit included most of the materials needed to perform the experiments. I supplied the baking soda, vinegar, food coloring, milk, and a few others. There were no unusual materials that were needed to complete the experiments.

We enjoyed making the volcano. Her eyes grew huge with excitement as the volcano fizzed through the volcano shape. She wanted to repeat the process.

Now we are watching mold grow and crystals form.

This kit was perfect for her age.She was able to do the measuring and mixing. Even though the actual concepts may be difficult for her to understand right now, she is learning about combinations of materials and a process. She was totally engaged in the activities and it was fun for both of us.

Adult supervision is necessary with the activities. The directions are explained so well.

In my opinion, you and your child will thoroughly enjoy this kitchen science kit.

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