The Traveling Sisterhood: #Giveaway Growing Crazy Crystals With #YoungScientistsClub!

Saturday, June 13

#Giveaway Growing Crazy Crystals With #YoungScientistsClub!

Kids love science! Introducing children as young as 5 to the interesting world of science is as close as the kitchen cabinet--and my kiddos definitely do love it. Everyday items like salt, sugar and baking soda become ingredients for learning through science experiments. The Young Scientists Club, makers of entertaining, informative kits, suggests crystallizing a lifelong love with science with their newest offering, The Magic School Bus Growing Crazy Crystals.

Our Sugar Crystals (a.k.a. rock candy)... one of the many crystals we made with this box!
 
Eating those crazy crystals!

The well-known characters from The Magic School Bus guide youngsters on a journey making and observing crystals, rock candy and more. Ms. Frizzle, their eccentric third grade teacher, spearheads all of the crystal capers in this colorful kit that includes an observation chart, tweezers, brushes, magnifying glass, petri dishes, measuring cup and much more. The simple at-home experiments included with this science kit are spelled out in a delightful instruction booklet which introduce elementary school-aged children to basic concepts in chemistry, physics, geology and mathematics! Plus their home-grown crystals are beautiful. Young scientists will discover that creating crystals are as much art as they are science. As Ms. Frizzle often says, “dynamic deduction.”





ABOUT THE BOX
The Young Scientists Club's subscription kits are mailed monthly to thousands of children around the nation and the company’s retail kits are sold in hundreds of specialty stores. We've tried a ton of their kits and have learned so much and had great fun with each and every one.  You can subscribe your kiddo here!

A trip to the Mineral Museum to compliment our learning!

Giveaway
One of you will win a Crazy Crystals box! Enter below by 9/7 at midnight.  I'll choose a winner the next morning.


You Can Find The Young Scientists Club on

What's your kiddos favorite sciency thing?

Special thanks to the people at The Young Scientists Club for this opportunity!

33 comments:

  1. This looks like a really fun thing to do! We love science project activities!
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    Ashley C

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  2. Thanks for the announcement on the FB group! I hope we win! :)

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  3. Found your giveaway through homeschool co-op and freebies. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Tania J11:38 AM

    Love the Magic School Bus series. I remember as a child growing crystal rocks from a kit--so much fun!

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  5. What a fun project to do! Love the MSB series

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  6. I homeschool my children and we are all big fans of Ms. Frizzle and The Magic School Bus. How fun and educational to do a themed kit. My kids would be so excited. Thanks for the review.

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  7. My kids favorite sciency thing is mostly animals - we have a pet hermit crab that I adopted from another mom when her kids grew tired of it. Otherwise, they liked making a volcano out of leftover newspaper and concrete and using vinegar and baking soda to erupt it.

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  8. Entering from homeschool co-op and freebies FB group! :) Thanks!

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  9. We love Magic School Bus!

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  10. My daughter would love this

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  11. My daughter loves science.

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  12. My daughter loves science.

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  13. Entered my kids would love this!

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    1. My son loves science and expermenting!

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    2. My son loves science and expermenting!

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  14. Entered my kids would love this!

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  15. I loved the Magic School Bus when I was a kid, and would love to introduce my sons to it.

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  16. This looks so fun!! My grandson would love this!!

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    1. Oops...didn't know if we were supposed to comment on child's favorite science thing...my grandson loves learning about nature

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  17. I think this is fantastic! My daughter really likes this show too!

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  18. My son is on the school robotic team. He loves building and programming. Thank you

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  19. My niece would love this, thanks for the chance.

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  20. My kids would love this ,thank you natbelinsky@verizon.net

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  21. My kids love making goo!!!!

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  22. My kids love doing baking soda and vinegar!
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  23. We love magic school bus

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  24. I've been lusting after these kits for my MSB-loving kids!

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  25. I would love to give this to my niece for her birthday she loves science.

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  26. This is a great kit for the kids

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  28. My daughter would love this

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