Mom in Training: Primary Science Mix & Measure Set #Giveaway 6-12

May 29, 2012

Primary Science Mix & Measure Set #Giveaway 6-12


Primary Science Mix & Measure Set
Chunky, colorful tools are contoured for little hands
Scale, bowl, 3 self-standing spoons and 6 unique cup designs help children visualize quantities
Activity Cards guide children in making mystery goo, puffy paint, slime and more!
Bowl measures 4.75”H x 6” in diameter


My take:
I have to say this set was not only educational for my daughter, but really a ton of fun too! We started out by making the slime...my favorite by far.  I remember making it when I was a child in science class in school.  To be able to make it so simply at home really surprised me. Maybe it was just the age, or maybe that it was being done at school but I thought back then it was a pretty big deal being able to make slime! Well, I am happy to report it's a fairly easy task to complete in your vary own kitchen with the Primary Science Mix & Measure Set.  I love how all of the pieces are bright colors and just the right size for little hands.  My daughter thought she was so cool measuring, pouring and mixing all the ingredients.  Then to see the end result was something she could actually play with and show someone else she made pretty much all on her own was even more rewarding. Now she's wanting to invite her little friends over to make puffy paint...not sure how this mom feels about a bunch of 6-year old girls and home made puffy paint. But hey, it's nice outside now so looks like a great outdoor project to me!

Buy it: You can purchase the Primary Science Mix & Measure Set through Learning Resources online web store.

Win it: One lucky reader will win a Primary Science Mix & Measure Set. This giveaway will end June 13th at 12:01 AM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

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Disclosure:  Thanks to PR Firm/sponsor I was provided with this product(s) for the purpose of my personal review. This blog post is not a paid post and the honest opinions stated are my own. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, entry via Facebook like is completely optional.

27 comments:

  1. As a kid my mom always made homemade playdoh. I think it would be fun to make with my kids too

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  2. I think slime would be fun!

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  3. making homemade slime and playdoh

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  4. ive found some cool recipes for slime, gak and floam on pinterest! i used to play with that stuff when i was little---my boys love that gooey stuff..and its a great sensory activity!
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

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  5. Tammy HoffaMay 29, 2012

    homemade playdough with grandkids!
    hoffat at gmail dot com

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  6. making a volcanoes sounds like fun

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  7. Putting white carnations in colored dye to see what happens.

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  8. I think it is fun to turn celery different colors.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  9. Either a volcano that erupts or making slime is something my son would enjoy

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  10. playdough
    tcogbill at live dot com

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  11. I think it would be fun to make rock candy!

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  12. I want to make slime
    hungrymonkey09 at gmail dot com

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  13. anything with playdough

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  14. it would be fun to make crystal sugar candy

    christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

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  15. I would like to make different colors and teach them how to mix colors and then make new ones.

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  16. making playdough
    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  17. slimey stuff sounds like lots of fun for my son and i to make

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  18. The Naked Egg looks interesting

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  19. Ruth AndersonJune 10, 2012

    the volcano


    etude37@gmail.com

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  20. homemade playdough with grandkids! hoffat at gmail dot com

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