Kids Learn Science by Making Art
Are looking for something for the kids to do this SUMMER? Are you running out of things for the kids to do this SUMMER? We got you covered! My daughter, Sahara is an artist but also loves science so when we saw these Science-Art Fusion Series Themed Kits we knew we had to get one or two!
Science-Art Fusion Series Themed Kits $19.99 for kids 5yrs and older- you can purchase at specialty stores and online at www.theyoungscientististsclub.com
Take a look at what you get in a kit:
This kit on Space is a member of the Science-Art Fusion series which combines art and science to inspire creativity while at the same time introducing basic scientific concepts.
Each kit comes with:
- Customized art/science tray
- Introduction sheet
- Large 24 x 24-inch poster
- Components to perform 10 exciting experiments and activities
Embark on an exciting Science-Art Fusion Space adventure!
For the past 17 years, The Young Scientists Club has put their focus on playful experiments for children as young as preschool.
The brand new Science-Art Fusion Series uses Bubbles, Crystals, Sculptures, Space, Explosions and Rainbows for boys and girls to be inspired to create, while learning basic scientific principles. Construct a DNA Model in Science-Art Fusion Sculptures; perform planet Earth chromatography with Science-Art Fusion Space or impress Mom with a milk color explosion with the instructions from Science-Art Fusion Explosions.
My daughter picked out Crystal Theme box. Crystals always have caught her eye, so she wanted to make her very own. She wanted to make me a crystal flower. In her box, she could make a flower, constructed a crystal mobile, developed crystal sun catcher, created sponge crystals and so much more= 10 activities in all!
This kit on Crystals is a member of the Science-Art Fusion series which combines art and science to inspire creativity while at the same time introducing basic scientific concepts. As you can see it comes with everything you need to do the projects, but you need a couple of household items too, but we all have salt, baking soda, and borax.
So she was off to make her flower. She had so much fun and didn’t want any help from me, but she is 12 yrs old. If younger, I do recommend helping, I was close by just in case. There wasn’t a big mess to clean up either; we put newspaper down and so that was an easy clean up! I see doing the next project outside on our table in the beautiful sunny SUMMER weather! HINT..summer project!
You see the FLOWER- it took a day to form!
Sahara is ready to try the Rainbow kit now!