Mega Giveaway Day 27 – Just Add Milk Science Kit
Day 27 of our holiday giveaway is filled with edutainment! Just Add Milk is a science kit, an activity kit and a craft all mixed into one. Featured in our list of gift ideas for younger kids, this kit is a perfect idea for making learning fun! Enter to win then earn some referral entries by spreading the word to other families looking for STEM gifts.
Thanks to Griddly Games for supplying the prize (minus the milk) for today’s giveaway.
16 thoughts on “Mega Giveaway Day 27 – Just Add Milk Science Kit”
I think hands on learning is the best way to learn about science! We homeschooled for years and now that our kids are in public school, they still enjoy bringing home assignments and really delving into them hands on instead of just reading about them in a book.
Science experiments and hands on activities are a great way to learn. They make a lasting impression on the kids and they enjoy being a part of it. This would be great to teach the little ones with.
I like hands on experiences so they can get more interested and want to learn more.
My kids are still young, but they really enjoy hands on projects, even if they don’t realize they’re learning yet.
I like the stars and stargazing with them.
we take the kid out in the woods and show them how nature works
I teach my kids about science with hands on items that they can interact with and see results in front of there own eyes.
I think kids learn best by doing hands on experiments.
My son had a science kit when he was younger, we spent a lot of time making stuff with it.
Anything hands on!
I like getting the lab games that are out. They are cute to learn.
I like to find projects that have to do with nature or weather. These science kits are really good for helping me teach my kids science.
Hands on with available products in the kitchen are fun ways to teach about science.
My favorite way to teach kids about Science is hands on experiments I find on the internet and science experiment kits I purchase.