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$14 for a Be Amazing Science Kits (Up to $19.99 List Price). Five Options Available. Free Returns.

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Is there a website link that I am missing, where I can see what the 15-20 experiments included in the two test tube kits are?

Alyssa K.  asked on  Jan 10, 2013


I am sorry but we do not have a link to a website that includes a list of every included experiment. The Test Tube Discoveries includes disappearing jelly ice, garbled marbles, gravi-goo, little Lava lamp, and pH phun.

The Test Tube Wonders kit includes insta snow, magic sand, energy beads, growing dino, and rainbow tube.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Jan 10, 2013


Which set would be best for a 7 year old boy with high functioning Autism. He loves science, he loves animals, he loves science experiments and he loved when they made the volcano in science class. I can only buy one any suggestion which would be best?

Diana M.  asked on  Jan 10, 2013


Hi Diana! Thanks for your interest.

The set that you choose should be based on the child's interest and how high functioning he is. The Blizzard in a Bucket option is for ages 4 and up and it can be used to make an instant snow eruption (maybe similar to the volcano eruption from class). The Blast of Color is also for ages 4 and up.

The other options are for kids 8 and up. The Test Tube Wonders kit may be great! It includes the insta snow that is included in the Blizzard Bucket as well as 19 other experiments.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Jan 10, 2013


For what age group if the Blast of Color kit?

Lauren C.  asked on  Jan 7, 2013


The Blast of Color kit is for kids ages 4 and up.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Jan 7, 2013

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