When you open your kit, it may be overwhelming at first because its supposed to have 3 activities jammed into one package, but as you look through it, it is simply organized into separate bags properly labelled with their activity.
On the lid of the box, you are presented with a link and a passcode to access your videos. Simply type in the link to either your phone or your computer's browser. You will be asked for the code which came in printed on the inside of the box and you can choose an activity you'd like to do.
Please do note that these kid do require adult supervision.
The videos do a great job breaking down each segment, explaining the science behind each component. The best part is that it automatically pauses at parts where you would follow along and you can resume the video at your leisure. For example, it would mention what the kit's contents are and then it would pause itself while you check your kit; you can then resume it after you're done checking.
I havent had much time to play with the blue imprint paper, but the 2 experiments I was able to enjoy myself with is the unwettable sand and the glow-in-the-dark slime.
Both kits have very good replay value because even when youre done with them, you can still keep playing with them or share them with your friends. The unwettable sand kit always marvelled me, so I took my time trying to get it wet and trying to transfer it from one container to another and just trying to get it to actually get "wet".
The slime experiment was also especially fun, but this one needs a little more fine tuning. Sometimes they give you some extra fluids, or parts or ingredients. Start with small amounts and adjust as you go. I made the mistake of pouring all the sodium borate immediately which resulted in my slime becoming brittle after the proces. So pour it little by little and make fine adjustments as you go. When I was done with my experiment, i was still able to store the slime in a jar along with this companion flashlight and entertain my guests' kids when they visit.
Overall, this was a fun, easy to follow activity. The videos are engaging, educational and has good humor. Remember, safety first, and enjoy yourself.
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