As part of Global Science Challenge , we have been asked by Wild Science to Join in and enjoy one of their many products available.
The Global Science Challenge is an opportunity for you and your children to get creative by inventing a new ''Wild Science Kit'' including a description of the activities, a list of equipment and photos or illustrations.
All you need to do is follow these instructions-
Here are the prizes and what is included-
Every one from all over the world can join in on this Global Science Challenge.
Wild Science Lava Lamp & Glitter Tube Factory
So seeing that we wanted to share with you the Challenge , we also thought it only fare that you should see how the Wild Science kits work and so We were sent the Lava Lamp Factory to try out.
The Lava Lamp Factory is aimed at children aged 8+ and although the packaging suggests it may be for girls only it is in fact suitable for both boy and girl.
The product is priced at £14.99 but at the moment Tesco are selling this at only half the price for £7.49 so I might be a good idea to go and get this and maybe another of their products while the offer is there.
You can also find these products on Smyths and Flair .
You get quite a variety of objects in the Lava Lamp Factory but the instructions make it simple to complete .
Being a hands on activity and expecting to see some fascinating Science activity, I thought you may prefer to see real life action so you can see for yourself what really happens with this kit.
We absolutely loved how fun these were and my daughter has since asked for a few more of their products such as the Bath Bomb / Perfume Kits, my son however wants to try the Rocket Kit and Volcano sets which I am also happy to join in on.
It took us a good half an hour to use this Kit and my daughter is forever making the little fizz bombs when and if she needs them whenever she feels she wants to have more Lava fun.
Being a Home Schooling mum to 6 , We found this a great science lesson which introduced us properties of light, Immiscible fluids, Carbon Dioxide Generating Reactions and suspensions.
Both Educational and fun, this made learning easier .
Hope you enjoyed watching and don't forget t get involved with the Global Science Challenge.
Disclosure - All opinions are my own