Q: I want to buy this for my nephew. He is in fourth grade, which is on the back end of the age range. Are these kits too primary for a 10 year old?
Barbara Greenstein, posted November 11 at 3:48 PM
All the kits have been tested in our summer camp by children between the ages of 5 and 12. All of these children loved doing the experiments. The only difference is that a 12 year old will be able to be more independent and will have a higher level of understanding than a 5 year old. With that said, all the children in that age range love doing the experiments year after year. In fact, our high school and college aged counselors love doing the experiments such as exploding volcanoes, making slime, and growing fungi!
The Young Scientists Club, posted November 11 at 4:03 PM
Q: What does each kit include. Please be specific?
Marleen, posted November 11 at 9:19 PM
Thank you for your question. Each kit comes with a 12 page colorful manual and all the components needed to do the experiments except for common household items.
The Young Scientists Club, posted November 12 at 3:47 AM
Q: I've discovered these "kits" delivered to our grandchildren's home once monthly for 12 months. however, the price is considerably higher ($199 not your $120). So are "y'all" for real? Will we and how do we know we'll really get our money's worth? And please define "common household items" as one set of our children live in a very rural setting and cannot run to store for items. Thanks!
Becky Boston, posted November 14 at 9:32 AM
Thank you for your question. Not sure what you have seen at your grandchildren's home, but if it is The Magic School Bus science club then they could have purchased it through a different venue such as a catalog that has it listed at a higher price. Spreebird is running this special with The Young Scientists Club and you will be getting the entire years worth of kits that has a list price of $239.88
With regards to common household items, these include things such as vinegar, water, cups, bowls, etc. Most if not all are items that are already found in the kitchen and if not, they can be picked up at any grocery store. An email newsletter is emailed a week or so before the kit arrives with a list of needed items.
The Young Scientists Club, posted November 14 at 9:49 AM
Q: Help! Not too tech savvy...am ready to order 2 kits but when I get to step #5 (enter voucher code) I cannot since I don't have nor can I find the voucher code for the coupon box! Time's running out. Please help. BB
Becky Boston, posted November 16 at 10:26 AM
A little confused as to whether you already have a voucher code or not. If you have purchased a voucher from Spreebird, then you can redeem it at www.theyoungscientistsclub.com. If you are having problems with redeeming your Spree voucher, you can call The Young Scientists Club at 1-800-964-1320 and they can help you.
The Young Scientists Club, posted November 16 at 10:29 AM
Q: I want these kits sent to my grandson. When do they start delivering them and where do I put the address?
Rita, posted November 24 at 3:45 PM
If you have purchased the deal, then you need to redeem your voucher on the www.theyoungscientistsclub.com website and there you can put in your grandson's shipping address. The kits will ship in mid December, so please get your information in by December 4th. If you need assistance, please call 1-800-964-1320.
The Young Scientists Club, posted November 25 at 7:07 AM
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