10 Great Science Kits for Science Week

10 Great Science Kits for Science Week

I love how kids learn and how often they think they are just having fun, while actually, they are subconsciously learning. I think that’s why I love educational toys and games so much. This week is National Science Week and to mark it, I thought I’d show off 10 of my favourite Science Kits that I stock.

 Cyclone Creator

The Science Club - Cyclone Creator

Learn all about cyclones and even how to make one yourself with this Cyclone Creator Science Kit.

Metal Can Robot

The Science Club - Metal Can Robot

Transform a metal can into  a fun moving robot with this cool science kit.

Bubbling Lava Kit

Bubbling Lava Science Experiment Kit for children

Bubbling Lava Science Experiment Kit for children

You can make your own lava with this science experiment.


Magnet Set


Learn all about magnetic fields and north and south poles with this 8 piece magnet set

Kitchen Science

Kitchen Lab Galt Toys Ireland

This kitchen science kit is suitable for children aged 5+.

Lie Detector Kit

Lie Detector Science Kit

Lie Detector Science Kit

Our bodies react differently when we lie. Use this kit to understand how a lie detector works and put it in action.

Make your own Galileo Thermometer

Discontinued – sorry!

Learn all about weather and make your own working Galileo Thermometer with this Science Kit.

Body Lab

Discontinued – sorry!

This kit will help you understand a lot more about the human body and it is full of some great experiments to perform to help you put your knowledge into action.

Frightful First Experiments

I’m sorry, I no longer stock this kit but I’ve plenty of new ones to choose from.

This kit has 18 foul experiments to perform.

Electronic Set

Learn all the basics of electronics, light, and sound with this really cool electronics board.

I hope your little scientists enjoy our National Science Week. I stock more than these 10 science kits, so if you’d like to see the full range of them, click on this link 

xx Suzie

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