Textbooks and reading materials about Science abound bookstore shelves and libraries. However, these resources are not very much preferred by school kids because they find that reading about Science in textbooks is dull though these reading resources are informative as they are. As studies show, more and more children (even adults) still prefer experiential learning.
Thanks to the education and children development experts, learning about Science will never get so boring again.
Science Kits are a teacher’s, parent’s and even school child’s companion in learning more about Science in an informative, but in a fun way. Now, learning about Science will never be so difficult and boring with Science kits. These kits are made to commonly complement the textbooks of most Science classes.
Science Kits are treated as educational toys because it concretely teaches principles in Science, in- depth knowledge about Science and hands- on learning of Science. These kits are widely available in most bookstores, child store, and school supplies shops and even online.
Science kits vary in topics. Topics about human anatomy, animals, plants, the earth, the solar system, the heavenly bodies and a lot more are covered with these Science Kits. They are packed as a kit with actual replica or models of the certain topic.
For example, the topic in class is about volcanic eruption. The usual components of this kit would be an actual small replica of a volcano, batteries to operate the volcano, various buttons with different functions, batteries, instruction guide (manuals) explaining how to use it and a whole lot more.
Science kits are not just created to educate but also to entertain. A lot of its function to informatively entertain users. A good example here is about weather and weather phenomenon. Users can be able to make and create simulation weather and seasons like winter. Snow flakes can be seen going out from a vent. Other kits also include creating equipment for weather mapping such as rain gauge and barometer. Others can have fun by producing lighting and thunder.
One of the most common types of Science kits is the human body kit. This kit will give users a general idea on what the body looks like inside. Most kits shop how major organs like the heart work. Other more specialized is like science kit about the anatomy of the eyes is also available.
More recent ones are Science kits about technology and gadgets. Users are able to experience and see how gadgets are made and how they function.
All of these different types of kits have age range. The simplest are of course applicable to children age three to five. Then there are kits for school children from age six to nine. There are also more complex ones that are designed for older users or students in high school.