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Rainy weekends are enough to test the nerves of even the most battle-tested dad. The Disgusting Science Kit allows kids to ...
do sorts of neat science experiments like growing bacteria, making fake snot, or even fake intestines. The perfumery kit is a great
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Clyde: So if you're looking for a great activity on the weekend or if you get snowed in for a couple of days and your kids are trying to kill one another, science kits are a great thing. There's lots of science kits in the market, we really like the ones from Scientific Explorer. So we got Jean here from Scientific Explorer to tell us about couple of their great kits. Jean. Jean: This here is our Disgusting Science. It’s a great kit for boys about 8 and up. Comes with everything you need to really gross out your friends. You can swab your own body and grow bacteria. You can make fake snots. One of my favorite activities is actually, you make a fake intestine. You chop up bread, you pour in some vinegar, and you put it all in a balloon. You put in little valerian root so it smells bad. You moosh it all up and then you squeeze it on to a plate, and you got a digesting intestine. Clyde: That is totally disgusting. Excellent. Jean: Another one of our great kits is our Perfumery, it comes with 5 different perfumes. We got apple, we got jasmine, heliotrope, lily of the valley, we got some more. And you get these gift vials so that you can mix and match your perfumes to your heart’s content until you get to your perfect custom blend. Clyde: Sure, so it got some educations value, great activity for dads to do with their kids. Thanks a lot. Jean: Thank you.