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  • BeakerLabz Mon Laboratoire de Fabrication de

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  • OVERVIEW: The Beaker Labz: My Chalk Making lab is a high-quality STEM DIY set for kids. Find out what chalk really is, learn about the history of chalk as well as it's used with the included information and instructions manual. When you are done learning, it's time to make some of your own! Make scented white chalk, scented colorful chalk, pastel-colored chalks, and multi-colored chalks with the included materials and complete the activities to learn even more as you play!
  • QUALITY: BeakerLabz sets only use the safest and highest quality materials on the market so you can be sure that your child will not only have the best possible experience but also remain safe in the process. Compliant with all CEEN and ASTM certifications.
  • BENEFITS: This STEM toy is great for Girls and Boys who enjoy experiments and hands-on projects. Your child will not only create the experiments listed but will learn about their origins, uses, and the science behind them through our educational approach which enhances creativity, improves concentration, and boosts brainpower!
  • WHAT'S INCLUDED: Plaster of Paris, chalk mold, red, yellow, and blue food coloring, droppers, plastic spatulas, plastic bowl, 3 fragrances, small measuring beakers, pair of safety gloves, chalkboard, chalk gitting box, cellophane sheet, decorative ribbons, decorative sheet, illustrated instructions and information manual.
  • SPECS: These high-quality DIY stem toys make your own chalk set is made in India and is recommended for boys and girls from ages 6+ This set will teach your child about basic science in a fun, interesting, safe, and intuitive setting.
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