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The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Exploring Oceans

Join Ms. Frizzle and her students on an exciting undersea adventure in this science kit! Young scientists make a desalination plant, collect and identify shells, create collector cards, learn about the included starfish replica and sand dollar, use cling-on stickers to learn about the life in the different zones of the oceans, and much, much, more! This exciting kit includes a colorful poster, stickers, 8 different kinds of shells, a replica starfish, a sand dollar, and more. Plus, The Young Scientists Club will be donating 10% of the profits to a kit themed related charity that young scientists can choose.

For more toys and kits to get kids exploring STEM, visit our Science / Math Toy Collection.

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Product Details

Recommended Age 5 - 10
Manufacturer Young Scientist Club