Science experiments require a lot of planning. Let the scientific FUN come to you with a year subscription to the award-winning Young Scientist Club! This subscription ships monthly, includes 36 topics, and is currently 41% OFF! FREE US SHIPPING! Learn about the human body, acid and bases, weather, solids, liquids and gases, space and more! Great for 8 to 12 year-olds, 2nd to 6th grades.
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Join The Young Scientists Club and make science come alive! The Young Scientists Club works similar to a magazine subscription in that your child will be sent a complete science kit on a regular basis. This science curriculum is unlike any store-bought science kits. It is instead set up as a continuous learning experience. The kits not only build upon each other but are also interlinked. For example, when your child studies magnets with science kit 3, he/she will make a compass. This compass, in turn, will be used to study wind direction with a self-made weather vane from kit 4. This linkage enforces the learning of this science curriculum as a continuum as opposed to a one-time experience that children will most likely forget. With 36 exciting kit topics, your child will never run out of things to learn with this award-winning service!
Who is it for?
Kids ages 5-12
Parents and homeschoolers
Educators looking for a fun way to add science to learning
What is included?
One-year subscription includes 12 Young Scientists Kits
Each kit includes:
Activities and projects exploring the exciting world of science
36 Topics such as magnets, weather, minerals, batteries, planets, stars, senses, acids and bases, forces, tornadoes, human body, volcanoes, and more
Special instructions given by Celsius the Science Bug to explore each topic
Easy to follow adult instructions
Manuals are between 8-16 pages
Filled with materials such as chromatography paper, owl pellet, minerals, magnets, mirrors, thermometers, rulers, pH paper, brine shrimp and much more!
Develop a love for science by exploring science through exciting and thrilling experiments that will spark an interest in future scientific endeavors
Easy-to-use instructions and materials
Adults with no science background will find the kits as easy to use as adults with advanced science degrees
Encourages reading, writing, and math skills
More than one child can participate in each experiment (materials provided for one child)
Each kit has received both the kid and parent stamp of approval!
You can skip overlapping Magic School Bus Science Club boxes if you prefer! If you would like to start at a kit other than kit 1; please contact The Young Scientists Club at 1-800-964-1320 or firstname.lastname@example.org before the first shipment. Depending on when you order, this product ships either the 1st or the 15th of the month.
Great science kits!!
Mar 18, 2016
My kids (ages 5 and 11) love these kits! There are 12 kits but each kit contains 3 kits which means a total of 36 kits/subjects! It comes down to only a few dollars a kit! Most of the supplies you need are included in each kit (so far I've only had to purchase a red cabbage for the pH unit but there is no way a red cabbage could have been included in the kit!) and each one comes with a multi-page packet of experiments and suggestions for further exploration. The only drawback is that the packets are black/white with few pictures, so it may not be as exciting to look at as say the Magic School Bus or Clifford kits are. Due to this, the kids tend to like me to be around to direct the experiments. That doesn't bother me at all because even though I'm an engineer, there are many experiments included that I've never seen before! We love the subjects - owl pellets, circuits, litmus testing, digestion, bones, senses, light, etc. We love all the supplies that come wth the kits - many are re-useable (our favorite so far is the prism!) I did a lot of comparisons on science kits and this one I felt gave the most exposure to the science subjects, creating a fun learning atmosphere.
Best tool for hands-on science!
Aug 31, 2015
These kits are awesome! I use them to homeschool my kids and they get so excited whenever we use these kits. All the materials are there, making it very easy to use, and it's both educational and fun. Definitely a great deal.
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About the Seller
The Young Scientists Club
The Young Scientists Club was founded in 1999 to fulfill a clear and simple mission: to engage boys and girls around the world in an educational science adventure that lasts a lifetime. They do this by offering quality, science products that fascinate young scientists with the wonders of scientific discovery and spark their interest in future scientific endeavors. All of their products are designed by a team of Harvard graduates, scientists, educators, and parents with one purpose in mind-to combine fun and fascination with quality and learning in each and every product.
Answered by The Young Scientists Club on February 1st, 2017 (Edited)
Can you put on Auto pay?
Asked by a Teacher on January 10th, 2017
Yes, but there is no discount if you pay monthly
Answered by The Young Scientists Club on January 10th, 2017
I placed an order on December 1st for subscription but haven't received any kits yet. The order shows as "shipped" why hasn't my first KIT arrived?
Asked by a Parent on December 10th, 2016
Please contact our customer department directly at email@example.com so that we can locate your order. Most likely, it was shipped on December 5th or 6th as this is when we received our batch of orders. The Young scientists Club
Answered by The Young Scientists Club on December 10th, 2016
What if we need to change our address?
Asked by a Super-hero on December 10th, 2016
You can change your address by contacting The Young Scientists Club at firstname.lastname@example.org
Answered by The Young Scientists Club on December 10th, 2016