My 8-year-old loves science and math and anytime I can find a way to fit in a STEM project I do. She loves learning and trying to figure things out. So when it came to finding one last activity before Summer came to an end I was happy I found this great company called Magical Microbes.
Magical Microbes makes these great STEM kits to get your kids learning at home. They are perfect for a fun science experiment at home, a group activity at scouts or with friends, or even for home schooling. Their kits meet all the STEM guidelines they are cross-disciplinary, creativity-instigating, and learning outcome-oriented. We tried out two of their kids the MudWatt & DoughLab.
MudWatt gives you everything you need to create a living fuel cell. They include everything in the kit except the dirt and water. It was really easy to follow along with the booklet and we learned so much about energy and how it works.
DoughLab combines two of our favorites cooking and science. They give you everything you need to bake some yummy break while learning all about the process through the experiment.
If you love science these kits are a blast. It’s a fun way to spend a slow afternoon during the summer. Plus it keeps your kiddos learning while they are away from class. It was a good activity at the end of summer to get my daughter excited about heading back to the classroom too.
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