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The Young Scientists Club™ Kit 27: Tornadoes, Clouds and Water Cycle

Students learn about tornadoes, clouds, evaporation, condensation and precipitation.

Supplier:  The Young Scientists Club™ SS9251127

Catalog No. S02386

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CHOKING HAZARD (1). Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Includes: 10 bottle connectors, 10 rulers, 10 mercury-free thermometers, 10 paper plates, 10 pieces of cardboard, 10 pieces of black construction paper, 10 sponges and 10 student manuals/teacher guides



  • Students create clouds in a jar and recreate water cycle
  • Young Scientists will be captivated when they finish this kit with a tornado in a bottle
  • Kit size: 30 students

Winner! Dr. Toy Best 100 products, The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, Learning Research Institute Outstanding Resource Award, National Parenting Publications Honors Award, Learning Magazine Teacher's Choice Award, Practical Homeschooling Reader Award.



10 Bottle connectors, 10 rulers, 10 Mercury-free thermometers, 10 Paper plates, 10 pieces of cardboard, 10 pieces of black construction Paper, 10 sponges and 10 student manuals/teacher's guide
27 Classroom Kit
For 30 students




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