Kids Science Kit Just $19.99 on Amazon | Includes 65 Experiments – Make a Volcano, Lava Lamp & More

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Learning is so much fun with a Science Lab in a Box Kit! 

science kit with 56 pieces spread out on table

For a limited time, dash over to Amazon where you can snag this SuperCool Science Kit for just $19.99 (regularly $30.99)! This seems like a HOT deal since it includes over 65 science experiments! That’s like paying just 30¢ per activity!

Learn & Climb 56-Piece SuperCool Science Kit
Only $19.99 (regularly $30.99)!

Plus, Prime members score free shipping! Not a Prime Member? Score a free 30-day trial here!

hand over test tube of water

This is a great way to go screen-free and hands-on for the rest of the summer as this kit features a wide variety of experiments in magnetism, crystallization, volcanic activity, and more STEM concepts.

It also comes with an easy-to-follow booklet for all 65 projects and there are enough materials for multiple kiddos to complete different projects at the same time.

Some of the materials that come inside this kit include:

  • 4 test tubes w/ lids
  • test tube holder
  • large test tube w/ lid
  • 3 Petri dishes
  • funnel
  • beaker
  • plastic volcano mold
  • PVA glue
  • 3 coloring agents (1 glow-in-the-dark)
  • string
  • 5 balloons
  • measuring spoon
    and much more!

*Note, this kit is designed for kids ages 5–7, but my 4yo was the most interested and was able to complete most of the experiments with minimal guidance. 

Check out this cool layered colors experiment we did using polymer crystals!

boy stirring colored water

polymer crystal mixture on stick

two test tubes in hand with pink and blue colors

Here’s what Hip Sidekick, Chelsey, said about this kit…

These science kits are perfect for my kiddos ages 4-7, a little messy, but overall jam-packed with experiments and just what I was looking for. If you’re looking for more variety I would go with the SuperCool Science Kit. Right off the bat it just seemed to have a wider variety of materials including magnets, balloons, and more that the box did not. BUT, if you’re looking for more kid-led experiments and your kiddos like to dress up, go with the lab in a box. My daughter LOVES the lab coat & goggles and they’re just so cute! Overall I was impressed with the ease of directions in performing these experiments, and how engaging they were. Some of these I hadn’t even tried before! 

About the writer:

Chelsey is a writer & photographer with both a Bachelor's and Master's Degree from Arizona State University. She holds 3+ years blogging experience not only for Hip2Save, but various other publications in the health, lifestyle, and education field.

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