- Make and decorate a kid-sized Christmas tree! Wrap fluffy pipe cleaners around the wooden "trunk" to make branches, then trim the mini tree with the included beads, bells, and tree skirt.
- Use felt and fluff to craft a soft and squishy snowman that tips over when you push it... then wobbles right back up again. A wonderful way to explore the science of weight and balance, all while DIYing your own cheery holiday decor!
- Learn to tinker with gears and rig up a motor, then decorate a unique winter wonderland scene complete with festive characters. Turn the motor on to make the gears rotate, then watch your snowman, penguin, and gingerbread man spin around and "skate" on the ice!
- Build a ballista and experiment with aiming and launching!
- Conduct a series of egg-themed experiments that show physics, chemistry, and biology in action. Color eggs using chemical reactions, create sparkly eggshells through crystallization, and more! Eggsplore the scientific method in a hands-on way, all while seeing bubbly, fizzy, bouncy, sparkly science at work!
Eggs not included.
- Design your very own stencils, then use them to create a colorful canvas-bound book holder... and anything else you'd like to stencil!
- Shoot an air vortex across the room and experiment with fluid dynamics!
- Learn all about the science of string tension, and put it to work engineering wiggly, wobbly push puppets. Then craft a turtle toy you can race using a pull string.
- Learn about snap buckling, and how it’s a feature in a variety of toys (like snap bracelets and jumping poppers) and even in nature (like with Venus flytraps). Practice two ways of throwing your rockets, then watch them shoot through the air and snap around their targets — anything from plastic bottles to table legs to tree trunks!