|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||9 November 2018|
|Mfg Recommended age||6 - 10 years|
|Item model number||1004930|
|Product Dimensions||30.99 x 7.19 x 22 cm; 440 Grams|
Galt 1004930 Magnetic Lab science kits, Multi-Colored
Enhance your purchase
- The explore and discover magnetic lab encourages early STEM learning and scientific thinking in kids while having fun
- Magnetic lab includes a 24-page full color lab book with 9 fun experiments
- Contains magnetic wand, racing car, 4 ring magnets, levitation stand, iron filings Capsule, 2 rattle magnets, bar magnet, marble, marble maze board, notepad and much more
- Make rattlesnake sounds and perform an amazing levitating trick.
Frequently bought together
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Please enter a question.
Drive a racing car without touching it.Design mazes for your magnetic marbles and create funny hairy faces!Includes 10 fun experiments.
Review this product
Top reviews from other countries
We’ve done it today with my 7yo daughter and she loved it.
You get pretty much everything you need in the kit, the only extras you need are white paper, clear glass, water and a white flower which is so much better than other kits that require baking powder, vinegar and other random items etc.
There is a booklet with over 10 different experiments to do that have detailed step by steps and explanations for the results.
There are great extras like a scientists notepad and name stickers. You get lots of the materials too so you can redo any experiments you like.
We are really impressed with this science set and would highly recommend it.
I am not the 4 years old parent and neither were we in my own house, so liberties may have taken which would not be allowed, or could be easily prevented, in a more controlled, more responsible setup.
The dye was used up completely within the first 30 minutes, as we found many things upon which we could experiment with it. I had assumed a simple wipe down with a damp cloth would be enough to remove any of the dye which ended up on things we weren't necessarily experimenting on directly. That was a bad assumption.
Our hosts wooden kitchen table is now indelibly stained a beautiful rainbow of different colours, or generally blacks and muddy browns, they think a quick sanding and re-varnishing should be all they need to do to restore it to its original condition.
Hands, you would think a good wash would be enough to remove the worst of the stains. No, no amount of washing with soap and water can even touch these dyes. Some industrial cleaners we had to hand did the job for me but were deemed too chemically for use on nieces delicate young hands. It had definitely faded almost totally through natural means when I next saw her 2 weeks later.
So all in all, marvellous fun. Maybe don't let Uncles be in charge of running the experiments though.