To develop understanding of DNA by modeling the process of DNA extraction.
Kids need to learn about DNA in order to understand why there are “similarities and differences between parents and offspring, hereditary diseases, and the evolution of new species.”
5 x Zipper-lock bag
5 x Falcon Tube
5 x Filter Media
5 x Wooden Stir Stick
1 x Dish Soap
1 x Salt
1 x Isopropyl alcohol (Adult supervision is required. Isopropyl alcohol is flammable. Keep away from heat and open flame. Avoid prolonged exposure. Wear eye protection when handling isopropyl alcohol. Wash hands thoroughly using soap and water after handling. Dispose of isopropyl alcohol in accordance with federal, state and local regulations.)
Experiment guide with step-by-step instructions and easy to understand science explanations
Create a colorful blob in a test tube using oil, water, and a secret ingredient that makes the whole thing fizz, bubble, and erupt.
In this experiment, you will use some basic ingredients to make a Bubbling Blob. What? You’ve never seen a Bubbling Blob? It slithers and twists around like a snake. Just when you least expect it, the blob breaks apart into lots of tiny blobs, and then they join back together. It's an incredible demonstration in density and solubility. You'll create a solution that shows why water and oil don't mix, and why simple chemical reactions produce extraordinary results!
Little Genie is a new concept of green home teaching kit presented with Living Plants. The plant inside the bottle is clean and healthy cultured on colorized solid nutrient media. The plant will grow and when it overgrows the size of the bottle, you can deflask your plant into a pot. Once the root system is well developed. Follow the steps to deflask and after-care instructions.
Hydroponics is the method of growing plants in the nutrients that they need instead of soil. The plant foods are simply put into water instead and it makes a solution for the plants to live in. Vegetables, flowers and herbs can all be grown in water.
Hydroponics is an easy hands-on way to get students interested in science at a young age. It's something that really draws them in, something they can use, along with the principles of biology, chemistry and physics.
Growing bacteria at home is actually pretty simple. With adult supervision, kids in grade 3 and up can experiment with bacteria found in the air, on household surfaces, and even on their own hands!
You might be wondering: Aren’t bacteria too tiny to see?
Well, usually yes.
But with this bacteria growing kit, you can culture microbe colony that’s large enough to see without a microscope. Kit includes prepared agar, Petri dishes, bacteria growing guide, and more.