SciShow Extreme Physics

The wondrous, fascinating, physics experiments kit.

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The world is fascinating, and ordinary things can be full of unexpected surprises.

In this kit you’ll learn what physicists do, and how ideas like energy, inertia, and friction aren’t just words in a textbook, they’re real things that shape your life every day!

Follow in the footsteps of Isaac Newton and gets hands on with physics. This kit comes with 9 STEM-inspired experiments that let kids launch beads out of a cup, weave popsicle sticks in a pattern that lets them fly into the air, learn about the force of movement and more!

Inspired by Hank Green's SciShow from YouTube, the kit comes with 9 cool physics experiments.

Each experiment comes with its own video link to learn how and why the activity works.

The STEM kit helps children to understand the importance of science and physics in an engaging and fun way, letting them follow the procedures and experiment with the materials provided.

Age: 6 + 

What you get

SciShow Extreme Physics Kit.

Kit Contents

  • 6m thread of plastic Newton’s beads
  • 50 coloured wood sticks
  • 60cm of cotton string
  • 2.8cm steel ring
  • 6.2cm steel ring
  • 10g Gravity Goo TM Powder
  • 1 iron hex nut
  • 1 paper inertia card
  • 1 plastic cup
  • 2 paper index cards
  • Instructions

Teach

  • STEM
  • Physics

 

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

 

More Information
Length (cm) 23
Width (cm) 8
Height (cm) 28
Age Group 5-6 Years, 7-8 Years, 9-10 Years, 11-12 Years, 12+ Years
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