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Friday, June 8, 2018

Make Science Fun With The Beaker Creatures!

A fun way to learn about science!


 The best way to learn about science is through hands-on experiments! My boys had a blast checking out the Beaker Creatures. This Liquid Reactor Super Lab allowed them to dissolve a brightly colored pod in a beaker of water to discover a fun creature. When the pod hit the water it made a bubbly, foamy mess that my boys enjoyed very much. The pods are like a bath bomb and we all know how much fun those are. So being able to play with a bath bomb in a science experiment was so awesome. While the kit only came with two reactor pods, kids can buy more colorful pods to collect more creatures. The science lab can also be used to make slime and other fun messes. Your kids can learn about chemical reactions while finding a surprise.

Here Come the Beaker Creatures!

What are Beaker Creatures?

After traveling through space from their tiny distant planets, they’ve landed on Earth in search of science adventures, and they need your help! Extract them from their Reactor Pods, identify them with their classification cards, and explore their worlds through fun facts and amazing experiments that add learning to the world of kids' collectible toys!!

  My boys had fun pushing the plungers that then transferred the water to the beaker where the reactor pod was. It was fun to watch the pod fizz in the water. The water foamed like a volcano and soon the creature hatched from the pod. This set would be good to use with vinegar and baking soda for future explosions. Just fill the plungers with vinegar and the main beaker baking soda.



Which Creature Will You Discover?

Each Beaker Creatures Reactor Pod contains one of 35 collectible Beaker Creatures from five different planets! You might meet an icy Frostonian, out-of-this-world Astrolyte, or other colorful creature. You may even discover one of five rare 24-Carat Creatures!



Watch the video to see the toy in action!




Learn more at Learning Resources

19 comments:

  1. This looks so fun. I wish this was around when I was kid, but I might have to try it out with my cousins!

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  2. This seems so cool! I think my daughter would love to try this out!

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  3. Perfect for a nice sunny afternoon! I will def try this out with my nieces and nephews :) Thanks so much!

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  4. this is very creative thing to do for kids. thank you for sharing this information

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  5. I love projects that help make education fun and this would so do that thanks for sharing

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  6. Wow, this is so cool. Def. going to get one for my kids to play it over the summer holiday. cool!

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  7. This is a fun Stem toy. I think kids would be highly engage with the projects from these.

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  8. this seems like such a great toy for kids, my unlce would like this for his kiddos he has two and they need fun activities during the summer.

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  9. I know this is meant for kids but I have a STRONG feeling my husband would LOVE IT!

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  10. This looks like a fun an educational activities! Gathering our nieces and nephews :)

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  11. wooow!, this looks soo fun. I am definitely gonna check this out for my kids. Hope they like this. they aren't easily pleased. *sigh*

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  12. I wish I had younger kids so we could get this. This looks fun! It is hard to find things that are educational and fun.

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  13. This looks like so much fun! You can see how the kids really enjoyed it!

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  14. This looks like so much fun! I would play with this even though I'm not a kid anymore haha.

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  15. OMG my daughter is going to love this. I guess we can have a good time playing with it together.

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  16. This looks like something my kids would love to try!

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  17. This totally looks like something my son would love to do. Science is his favorite subject in school!

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  18. Definitely my son will get something like that when he will be in a proper age:)

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  19. These seem really cool, my daughter and stepson are really into science and would love this!

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