Science Experiments For Kids – The Big Bag of Science Product Review

Big Bag of Science - Science Experiments for Kids
The Big Bag of Science has over 70 science experiments for kids!

Calling all science lovers, adventure seekers, and mess-makers!  This is the kit for you!  It’s loaded with the materials needed to create some of the coolest science experiments for kids.  You can make snow, erupt a geyser, cause a tornado, and make water disappear – all in the name of science.  Mom and Dad will be happy too, not because you’ve turned the kitchen into a lab, but because you’re learning and not just playing.

The Big Bag of Science has everything you need to complete over 70 science experiments for kids right in your own kitchen.  You’ll get hands-on experience in many of the sciences – physics, chemistry, biology, weather, earth science, life science, physical science, magnetic fields, geology, aeronautics, and more!  This set is recommended for kids 8 years old and up, but younger children love to be involved too, as long as they have an adult to guide them.

We aren’t the only ones who love the Big Bag of Science.  This kit has won many awards, including the National Parenting Seal of Approval for 2011!  It has also received both the Best Toys for Kids for 2011 from the American Specialty Toy Retailing Association, and the 2011 Best Toy Award from Learning Express.  This product was even featured on the Today Show on NBC as one of the “must-have toys for kids”!

Watch the Today Show product review of the Big Bag of Science.

Some of the experiments show you how to:

You can get a preview of many of the experiments included in this kit by watching the videos from Be Amazing Toys (the creators of the Big Bag of Science).   Just click on the word “WATCH” in the list above for each experiment you’d like to see in action.

Note to parents:  This science kit is filled with incredible, yet simple experiments that will help instill a lifetime love of science in your kids.  However, we advise a little oversight on your part because things tend to get a little messy otherwise.