4M Crystal Growing Kit
4M Crystal Growing Kit : Children’s imaginations are a pretty amazing. They can pick up a stick and pretend it’s a sword, put a bucket over their head as a helmet, and then wage war on invisible foes.
But with just the right inspiration, your child’s imagination can grow even more
4M Kidz Labs are all about unlocking creativity and letting imaginations run free, often with an eco-friendly twist. Salt-powered robots, weather stations, toys made from recycled goods and “green” craft are all in the repertoire, along with a healthy sense of learning disguised as fun!
The 4M Crystal Growing Kit gives children the opportunity to learn about solubility while creating an impressive crystallized formation that will measure approximately 5cm in diameter when done.
Includes detailed fold-out instructions that provide step-by-step guidance with easy to follow illustrations! They also include a section explaining the science behind crystal formation.
Each 4M Crystal Growing Kit gives each child a truly unique formation.
Kit includes – Bag of Crystals (Mono ammonium Phosphate); Seeding Mixture; Container for Growing; Seeding Spoon; Detailed Instructions (With Safety Advice)
Also Required but not included: Steaming Hot Water, Apron, Protective Goggles, Rubber Gloves
Display the different crystals in the specially designed cases
A great 4M product to stimulate mental development and focus on STEAM principles
Igniting kids imaginations
Colorful crystals make a lovely display and a fun afternoon activity for the whole family. The directions are very specific, though, so please be sure to follow. This product is really about growing crystals. Even though some crystals may not come out as expected, this kit still has a much higher success rather than other kits we’ve seen.
Users tend to be happy with their crystalline results. Delicate and colorful, the crystals look good just sitting on a windowsill, but also work as bases for a dried flower or insect to be glued to. Requiring boiling water, this process may need adults to step in and help out younger kids.