Save The Planet
Simple explanations of the unique connection between man and nature. Includes experiments from the field of ecology and man. Contains 41 components, two large printed layouts, 24 playing cards and detailed instructions with over 60 illustrated experiments. Conduct experiments on and learn about: acid rain, capillary action, earthquakes, aquarium algae, natural colours and more. Experiments include: A boat without an engine, Acid rain, Air needs Space, Animal's strength, Bacteria on different surfaces, Braking dry and fresh branch lets, Braking of a frozen twig, Capillarity in nature, Card Game, Cherries into the vacuum, CO2 and the plants, Cold and potato, Correctly watering, Crude oil stain, Dead Sea, Desert, Diving with a submarine, Domestic animals, Earthquake, Extracting drinking water from the sea, Feeling temperature - touch, Floods - consequences, Germination's strength, Ground permeability, Growing mould, Heartbeat, Hit out apple, Home made acidity indicator, Hotbed, How does rain from?, How much air can you get in your lungs, Ice strength, Influence of air on germination of seeds, Influence of heat on germination, Lift an Ice Cube, Light for the growth, Make a terrarium, Make an aquarium with the algae, Make your own saltpans, Measuring air pollution, Melting Ice, Moisture, Muddy water, Nature is colouring itself, Observation with transection, Oxygen output, Peas in a glass, Plastic and paper bags, Rainbow, Recycling Plastic, Rivers - results of dams, Sample of water erosion, Subaqueous volcano, Thin plate corroded by rust, Trees as a climate in cities, Tsunami, Useful yeast fungi, Volume Change, Water distillation, What is soil?, Wild animals, Yeast fungi. Age: 8 and up. One of a set of experimental cubes designed to provide children with a deeper insight into the worlds eco system and our role in preserving it.
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