What is it
Discover the Primary Science® Lab Set from Learning Resources which makes experimentation and exploration a hands-on experience! This jumbo kit is packed full of ‘real’ science tools which are perfectly sized for little hands!
This scientific set comes with, beakers, magnifying glass, funnel, pipette, flask, tweezers, goggles, large and small test tubes with lids and stands and 10 step-by-step, illustrated activity cards including a fun dancing raisins experiment! These fantastically fun activities encourage an early interest in practical science. In fact we’re sure that they’ll be having so much fun, they won’t even realise they are learning! As an added bonus, all activity cards are wipe-clean in case of accidental spillage.
What our team of testers said
"That is awesome." - Girl aged 9
"Oh my god, that was epic." - Boy aged 11
"I guess that this one will float." - Boy aged 5
What our experts think
Science is all about investigation, and the Primary Science Lab Set gives children the chance to discover and learn by running their own science experiments. This set includes child friendly and colourful scientific tools, and helps children use scientific methods (such as predicting what might happen before the experiment) – this allows children to practice working scientifically (as encouraged by the National Curriculum).
To gain more from this set, you can get your child to reflect on the experiment, and think about why they found the result they did.
It would be even better if...
It was great for children to learn science using a hand-on approach, but it would also be good if the activity cards explained why the experiments produced the result that they did.
- RRP: £28.00
- Brands: Learning Resources
- Weight: 3.44kg
 => Autistic children
 => Children with ADD
 => Children with developmental delay
- No batteries required
- Special Needs Autistic children
Children with ADD
Children with developmental delay
- Toy Types: .Toys
Science & Nature
- Types of skills developed: Cognitive
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Fine motor skills
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Space and measure
Understanding the world