being MVP: The Young Scientists Club’s Water Science Kit + #Giveaway

The Young Scientists Club’s Water Science Kit + #Giveaway

Disclosure: My cousin received the Water Science Kit for review from The Young Scientist's Club. All opinions are her own.

My kids received a Clifford Science kit from the Young Scientists Club. We had another Clifford Science Kit in the past, which they loved, so the kids were very excited about a new one. This one is the Clifford Water Science, which is perfect for us because the kids love the water and they're very interested in doing experiments right now. They were eager to get started as soon as the package arrived. 



They wanted to start everything in the 20 page manual right away. Luckily, I happened to have some celery in the house because they couldn't wait to put it in a cup of water with food coloring to observe what was going to happen several hours later. Other than that, there weren't really many household items needed that weren't provided in the box, except for a couple things most people usually have on hand, such as dish soap and pepper. We did another activity where the kids were able to make their own boat. My 3 and 6 year olds accomplished this on their own, and it actually floated! The kits are designed for ages 3 and up.



Clifford has always been a favorite character with my kids; they love all the Clifford books, and the TV show. My daughter's favorite activity was one that was like a magic trick,  where she fooled her audience into believing that she had turned water into ice. Next, they connected a long tube to a plastic cup and blew through it like a straw to demonstrate how a submarine works when it rises up to the surface of the water. My son enjoyed “Making Rain” activity where the kids got to use a pipette to add water to a sponge and the water dripped down through the sponge to demonstrate a cloud filling up with water to make rain. What I really like is that at the bottom of each page of the manual hosted by none other than Emily Elizabeth herself, there is an explanation of the science behind the experiment, which helps parents explain it to kids in easy to understand terms.



I love it when my kids have something they think is fun, that is actually teaching them about science. My kids were so having such a great time, and it was wonderful that something so educational and hands-on as this could be such an independent activity for them. They even created their own mini terrarium! The activities in the Clifford Water Science kit would be perfect for a classroom teacher to use with her students. The company even offers a mail order subscription series where families can get a Clifford kit in the mail each month. 




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23 comments:

  1. I love the monthly subscription, she is in thrid grade.

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  2. I like the Clifford Kitchen Science Kit. Our granddaughter is not yet in preschool.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  3. We like the Young Scientist series. He is in 4th grade.

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  4. The Star Pilot kit would be fun! My children are 3yrs old, in the 5th grade, and in the 8th grade.

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  5. I'd love the Magic School Bus Series on Weather! My kids are still young but my oldest is in K.

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  6. My kids would like the Science on a Fossil Dig.

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  7. I like the Zany Crystals, that looks like fun! My daughter is in K

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  8. I like the Attracted to Magnificent Magnets and my granddaughter is in 1st grade

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  9. I like Set 2 - WH-925-1102, Weather (Kit 4), Solids, Liquids, and Gases (Kit 5), Volcanoes (Kit 6) for my daughter in 2nd grade.

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  10. i like the Clifford set and hes only 3

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  11. I like the Awesome Bubbles kit! Dd is in 1st but she is learning 2nd grade curriculum! :-)

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  12. I think my kids would like the nature science kits the best. Mine is 4/5 and 2.

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  13. I think my kids would like the adventure science kits. My kids range from 1st grade to 6th.

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  14. I'd love to try the Weather Young Scientists Kit! My 2nd grader would love it!

    Jessica Ledford
    cherriesjessilee at gmail dot com

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  15. My son is going into Kindergarten and he'd love to join the Magic School Bus Science Club!

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  16. I like the Chemistry Blast for my daughter who is in 1st grade.

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  17. I love the lights, rainbows and mirrors Magic School bus! I don't have any chidren but my niece is starting kindergarten this year!

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  18. I like the young scientist series. My daughter is in 4th grade.

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  19. My kindergartener would love Science on a Fossil Dig. Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  20. My kids would like the 'Science on a Nature Walk' kit. Thanks.

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  21. My sons would love the Science on a Fossil Dig and they are 5 and 7, prek and 1st grade.

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  22. I like the Science on a Gardening Adventure Kit. My daughter is in 1st grade

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