Galt – Rainbow lab: comprises experiments with colour mixing then growing amazing jelly-like crystals in many different colours. Create a rainbow in a test tube and see the world through rainbow glasses.
Galt – Rainbow lab contains 3 test tubes, test tube rack, goggles, colour mixing tray, pipette, polyacrylamide crystals, 3 food colourings, rainbow glasses, 3 plastic cups, filter paper, plastic mirror, mixing stick, plastic scoop, stickers, notepad and 24-page Lab book. A hands-on way to get acquainted with the colour wheel! The Galt Rainbow Lab is packed with everything you need to have hours of colourful fun with amazing experiments and activities that produce the prettiest possible results.
Perfect for the budding chemist or artist, this lab provides all the essentials for 12 rainbow-related experiments. You’ll love the serious science feel of using the test tubes and pipette, and you’ll admire your gorgeous gradient crystals and perfectly mixed colours when you finish each experiment. You’ll even get to complete an activity that will have you looking at the world through rainbow-coloured glasses.
Part of discovering, and exploring the family of STEM products.
Based on scientific thinking.
Includes 24-page full-colour lab book with 12 fun experiments.
Boost the scientific knowledge of your kids.
Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.
Not suitable for kids under 5 years.
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How are Rainbows formed?
Rainbows happen when sunlight and rain combine in a very specific way. The beams of sunlight separate into the colours we see in the rainbow as they enter a raindrop. Sunlight is actually made up of different colours that we don’t usually see. When a beam of sunlight comes down to Earth, the light is white.
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