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• The Genius Box ‘Science Lab’ kit is packed with 30 Science Projects to inspire and educate children. This kit includes all activity under five Scientific Concepts: ‘Fun With Liquids’ with 11 experiments, ‘Sound and Music’ with 4 fun D.I.Y. Activities, ‘Chemical Fusion!’ with 6 experiments, ‘Light and Shadows’ with 6 exciting Activities, ‘Optical Illusions!” 4 D.I.Y. Projects and a Junior Scientist Certificate.
A set of projects to examine sound and to understand that sound is caused by vibrations and travel through sound waves. Identify that it is a phenomenon that can be observed, measured, and controlled in various ways. Examine that human ear is designed to detect sound and that our voice relies on the vibrations of vocal cords to produce sound. Design and create musical instruments and discover how certain factors lead to variation in volume and pitch of the sound produced. They also get an opportunity to build and investigate devices related to sound that enable us to transmit or detect sound, such as stethoscope and telephone!
Experiments exploring properties of light, including: light travels in straight line and bend as it passes through one medium to another, it can be reflected, it can also be disseminated or scattered and that light can be coloured! Activities to investigate how light can be separated into colours or how it interacts with various objects in the environment to form shadows. Also, design devices that transmit and reflect light, like a kaleidoscope.
Playful experiments facilitate learning about the science of vision and visual perception. Activities that investigate that optical illusion are pictures that play tricks on our eyes and confuse the brain. They use design process to make devices and discover that at times, the brain processes information gathered by the eye and creates a perception that in reality does not match the correct image.
Introducing basic chemistry concepts through fun experiments that will help develop scientific reasoning. Exploring and discovering that chemical reactions are a combination of two reactants to form an entirely new product, for example mixing baking soda and vinegar produces carbon dioxide gas. These hands-on experiments will also help children observe reactions happening around them, in their daily life, like apple turning brown when cut open, forming of jello, cake or cookies etc.
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