The Young Scientist Club Review

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This year for the holidays give the gift of fun, educational, award winning science kits to children ages 3 and up! The Young Scientist Club has a superb selection of science kits including The Magic School Bus Exploring The Wonders Of Nature.

The Magic School Bus Exploring The Wonders Of Nature Kit description:

Ms. Frizzle and her students take Young Scientists on a wild ride into the wonders of nature. Young Scientists make a bug house, find treasures on a scavenger hunt, cast an animal track, create a paper mâché ant, learn about the life cycle, build an ant farm, explore sun prints, construct leaf art, dry flowers, dissolve an egg shell, play the animal tracks game, and much, much more! Seatbelts everyone! Get ready to Explore the Wonders of Nature! (Ages: 5 and up)

The kit has a vast selection of items and experiments and is also remarkably affordable at $19.99! I am thoroughly impressed with this kit and the contents. It has several projects that provide hours of educational fun!

The guidebook includes detailed scientific discussion for the projects; although the kit is ages 5 and up the discussions in the guidebook are geared towards children a little older 8 and up. However, the projects are certainly something a 5 year old could do with parental help and guidance. I love giving gifts that are both fun and educational, which this is. The Young Scientist Club has a variety of affordable science kits including kits that feature Clifford The Big Red Dog for ages 3 and up. To see the variety of kits available, please visit the website. Also, be sure and connect with them on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, they feature free science experiments every week on the Facebook page.


  1. Lorelai @ Life With Lorelai says

    Oh, how fun! My kids always loved the Magic School Bus, and the Mad Scientist after school program was a must. Isn’t it great when you gave provide your child with something entertaining and educational all in one gift?! LOVE it! 🙂

    Life With Lorelai

  2. Wow, that kit is very affordable dit at $19.99. I sure could have used this over the summer, that little net would have worked well for catching lightning bugs… not sure if that is what it is for, but it would have been perfect for the ones that are close to the ground.

  3. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says

    Wow – all that for $19.99! My boys would literally spend hours at a time using a kit like that. I seriously need to get them a kit like this for Christmas!!

  4. What a fun a low cost kit, perfect as a gift for small kids as a Christmas (or any other type) gift.

  5. I have used a ton of the Magic School bus products over the years. My daughter even had a Ms. Frizzle doll.

  6. That’s a lot of stuff for only $20. I’m glad that it starts at such a young age too. I may have to look into this soon for my toddler.

  7. I have the weather one for my daughter and she loves it!

  8. This is pretty cool! I wish they did these things when I was younger!

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