Send Home Science!! New Product Posted!

I am SUPER excited about my latest product! Inspiration for my “Send Home Science!” kits hit me when I was putting together a birthday present for one of my daughter’s Girl Scout buddies.  We filled a gift bag with weird science-y stuff like a bottle of vinegar, baking soda, Epsom salts, balloons and a really cool science experiment book. The look on her face was PRICELESS as she pulled out those random things!  She LOVED it and many of the parents commented on what a cool idea it was. Got my old noggin’ working and I came up with a classroom version of her gift! 

And my kiddos LOVED them, too!
And they were CHEAP to make! I made a class set for around $8!!
Each kit contains some fun (and cheap!) supplies to complete the experiments, a “Science Experiments at Home” booklet with instructions for TWELVE science experiments and a handy
“My Science Notebook” for the kiddos to record their observations.
The covers were copied on colored paper to make them pop.

I got SO excited, I thought of A LOT of other uses for these little kits,

so I made 5 other bag toppers!

This one would be great to give at the end of a
family science night,
during open house, or even as prizes!!

SUPER Unique birthday gifts!!

or as school break boredom busters!!!

The download includes all the toppers for 6 bags, a shopping list, an assembly list, photos,
the experiment book, and student notebook.
Check it out by clicking one of the pictures!
Happy science!


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  1. says

    Just bought this today and shopped for everything. My kiddos love science. They will love this end of year gift. A cost efficient and unique end of school year gift! Thanks!

  2. says

    What a great idea! I struggle as a teacher (who is also a parent) to find treats for my first graders. I know as a parent most of the items my kids come home with (bendy straws, bouncy balls, extra pencils…) eventually gets thrown in the trash. This is a gift they would actually have fun using and learn from.

  3. Anonymous says

    I love this idea and want to use it from holiday gifts for my students. I am un able to get to a link to buy it. Can you help?

  4. Gina says

    Would this be appropriate for kindergartners? Looking to make goodie bags for a “Mad Science” party… but want to make sure it’s age appropriate and not too difficult for 5/6 year olds.

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