Scientific Explorer My First Mind Blowing Science Kit Review



Introduction

It’s never too early to start learning. Kids are sponges when it comes to information. They love to ask question, discover and explore their inquisitiveness and creativity. Anything interactive will hold their attention long enough to let you breath. What better way to do this than by experimenting in a personal home lab?
From basics like learning to tell the difference between bases and acids, to more complicated experiments like making volcanoes and growing crystals, the Scientific Explorer's Mind Blowing Science Kit is the perfect tool for the job. This learning tool is so informative, educational and fun that it tops the bestseller’s list on science experiment kits. 
Features

The Scientific Explorer's Mind Blowing Science Kit comes with these unique features to allow your child learn fascinating facts from deduction and experimentation scientific processes:
  • 11 experiments each with step-by-step instructions. Each experiment comes with amazing little secrets that will make you a scientist in your kid’s eyes.
  • The kit includes: Baking soda, Powder of the red cabbage juice, three color tablets, citric acid, crosslinked polyacrylamide, corn startch, vegetable oil, two cotton swabs, Pipette, three test tubes, two sticks, three plastic cups, two measuring scoops as well as an activity guide
  • Recommended for kids between 4 and 8 years

About the Product

Many adults will tell you that learning is no fun.  No matter how much you hated school, you will agree with me that there is one teacher or lecture that got your undivided attention. It might have been the way he moved, talked, interacted with his students or simply the tools he used to carry his point across. This should tell you that learning is not all bad and boring. It depends on how it is done.

Unlike adults, children have very short attention spans. A four year old will remain attentive for anywhere between 8 and 20 minutes at a time. He will then move on to something else. It therefore becomes difficult to sit them down and teach them how to tie their shoe laces leave alone something as advanced as science. That would be torturous to both you and your kid.

Other than the lack of concentration, kids love to learn new things. They like to explore and discover. They also like to have fun. If you combine these things together, you’ll have successfully shown him how fun an experience education can be and you will have them hooked. Not only will your little Einstein have immense fun learning the interesting science facts, he will develop a liking for the subject and school as a whole. My First Mind Blowing Science Kit comes with all the tools required to have a science lab in the house. Your child will be able to carry out safe and amazing experiments at home; anything from growing crystal, creating a test tube sunset to an explosive color changing volcano.
The entertaining facts make learning the science principles exciting and the experiments not only bring realism to what he is learning, it also equips the child with skills needed to hypothesis, experiment and draw conclusions. This kind of exploratory learning keeps young ones engaged while improving their memory.
The kit is based on a home science kits series based on the Great Explorations in Math and Science program. This nationally recognized program, pioneered at UC Berkley's Lawrence Hall of Science, is the closest you can get to an authentic learning experience. Each experiment is backed with intensive research and the instructions make it easy for you to hold your child’s hand through the learning process.

How it Works

The Scientific Explorer's Mind Blowing Science Kit comes with items you need to set up the experiments.  Baking soda, Powder of the red cabbage juice, three color tablets, citric acid, crosslinked polyacrylamide, corn startch, vegetable oil, two cotton swabs, Pipette, three test tubes, two sticks, three plastic cups, two measuring scoops as well as an activity guide are all included in the kit. Other basic supplies needed for the experiments are easily available around the house: stirring spoons, trays and plates, water and towels. You also need to give your child a flat surface that is easy to clean to work on.

If you failed in science yourself, you need not refrain from getting the kit for your child. The step by step instructions as well as secrets needed to explain what is happening in each experiment will make you look like a hero to your kid. Who would not want that?

You will be able to answer every question that the little mind comes up with and also be able to ask yours to see how well the child understood the concept. Among the experiments that you should look forward to helping your kid with are:

  • Growing jiggly crystals
  • Making a test tube sunset
  • Making an explosive color volcano


Pros



  • Explosive colors increase the excitement
  • Improves memory with exploratory learning 
  • The hands-on experiences keep kids engaged         
  • Provides the most authentic learning experience
  • Combines fun with learning 
  • Amazing experiments
  • Help for parents with the step by step instructions
  • Interesting facts to make the experience more exciting
  • Provides parents with questions to ask the kid to determine the grasp and understanding
  • Promotes love for science and learning
  • Great gift for under $10

Cons

  • The instruction booklet looks cheap and does not have images
  • You can find most of the supplies in your kitchen
  • Some experiments require the kid to wait for a few hours.

Insider Tips 

Although designed for children ages four and older, the supervision of an adult is needed for safety as well as to ensure that the little scientists get the most out of the Mind Scientific Explorer's Mind Blowing Science Kit.

Most of the experiments are messy. Have plates and towels ready to catch spills and have your child work on a flat surface that is easy to clean. Having your child clean up after himself, with your help of course will in fact instill a sense of responsibility.


Compared to The Magic School Bus - Chemistry Lab and Be Amazing Toys Big Bag Of Science: Major Features and Specification Differences 

Science Learning Kits Comparison Table

Scientific Explorer's Mind Blowing Science Kit
The Magic School Bus - Chemistry Lab
Be Amazing Toys Big Bag Of Science
Product Dimensions
12.2 x 10.1 x 3 inches
9 x 6 x 15 inches
13 x 3.6 x 12.8 inches
Shipping Weight
1.8 pounds
2.2 pounds
2.3 pounds
Recommended age
4 - 8 years
5 - 12 years
8 - 12 years
Origin
China
China
China
Number of Experiments
11
51
70
Price Comparison
Under $15
Under $30
Under $35
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Conclusion 

As we conclude, here are the main features and properties of the Scientific Explorer's Mind Blowing Science Kit
  • You’ll be able to carry out and demonstrate 11 safe and fun experiments among the test tube sunset, making jiggly crystal and setting up a colorful volcano.
  • Provides instructions on how to carry out the experiment helping the parent to hold the child hand though the experience. It also comes with mind-boggling science facts to back up and explain the reaction.
  • Spars the child's curiosity in science
  • Industry leader and bestseller in educational fun and activity-based science learning kits
  • For children 4 years of age and older but with adult supervision

Check out the Scientific Explorer's Mind Blowing ScienceKit today to see more details and read other customer’s reviews now.

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