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The Mysteries of Rainbows Science Kit Review

The Mysteries of Rainbows Science Kit Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Mar 02, 2007
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews The Mysteries of Rainbows, one of three new science kits in The Magic School Bus Series!

Hop on the school bus and get ready to learn all about rainbows! The Mysteries of Rainbows is one of three new science kits in The Magic School Bus series by The Young Scientists Club. It's designed by a team of Harvard scientists, professors and parents to help kids learn about science in a fun way - and it doesn't get any more fun than with this hands-on science kit! The Mysteries of Rainbows includes rainbow glasses, crayons and paint, a mirror and many more materials to conduct awesome experiments, like bouncing light waves off the ceiling, blowing rainbow bubbles and recreating Sir Isaac Newton's prism experiment! But the best thing about The Mysteries of Rainbows is that you'll actually get to discover the mystery behind rainbows! Other science kits in The Magic School Bus series include The World of Germs and A Journey into the Human Body, with eight more kits to come.

The Mysteries of Rainbows - Thumbs Up

  • It's educational - any game or toy that helps you learn is super cool!
  • You learn everything about rainbows, like how and why they're made.
  • You get to conduct cool experiments, like blowing rainbow bubbles and making rainbow milk!
  • Unlike some other science kits, The Mysteries of Rainbows doesn't contain any gross or smelly stuff to conduct your experiments.

The Mysteries of Rainbows - Thumbs Down

  • Contains many small parts that pose choking hazards, so be careful and follow directions!
  • Requires an AA battery that's not included.
  • For more info on The Mysteries of Rainbows and the rest of The Magic School Bus series, head to www.kidsciencekits.com!

The Mysteries of Rainbows Rating: 4
Age: 5 and up.
Price Range: 2

Price Range Legend
$0-$15 = 1
$16-$30 = 2
$31-$45 = 3
$46-$60 = 4
$60+ = 5

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