Sensory Chemistry Kit

sensory chemistry kit

Conduct eye-popping experiments with simple, non-toxic, safe-for-kids ingredients!

The Sensory Chemistry Kit is your easy, ready-set-go method of introducing young students to science. It has all you need to get your students thinking with the scientific method. As each experiment progresses, ask plenty of questions to get students to answer based on their observations.

The Kit comes with materials to help you perform 10 different experiments that teach your students important principles of introductory science. Here’s a video-overview of some experiments featured in this kit:

1. Make Jelly Blocks with different concentrations of gel powder.

2. Reveal if your solution is a base or acid with an indicator.

3. Make color explosions.

Check out the rest of the experiments at our channel!


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