Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Polymer Goo Kit - Review and Giveaway

I received product for review.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.
The holidays have come and gone, and winter is here.  To help beat those winter blues, Marbles: The Brain Store has endless options for the whole family.  For instance, their Lab Coat Collection is the perfect assortment of kits for aspiring scientists who love to blow their minds exploring chemistry and physics.
 
We received the Polymer Goo Kit from the Lab Coat Collection.  I spent some quality time with my teen son experimenting and talking about what we created.  The idea behind the kit is to explore goopy science with seven experiments.  For instance, you learn how to theoretically make your own blood clots, tadpoles, eyeballs, and more. 

Logan suited up in safety gear
 
The kit has all the supplies you need.  It includes beakers, spoons, gloves, chemicals, food coloring, a mask, and instructions.  Because there are chemicals involved, it is important to wear the safety gear and read the instructions.
 
The instructions for each experiment are very detailed, yet easy to follow.  One particular step in the experiment requires shaking a chemical with water for quite some time.  I'm not so sure whether it was wise to do so or not but we ended up putting the solution in the blender to speed up the process. 
 
In the end, Logan and I were able to create some cool gooey experiments.  Adding the food coloring as directed during certain times made it more realistic and gave color to what we were doing.  With the beakers, we created different designs and dots to see how they formed and reacted in the chemical solutions.  Each experiment was exciting.  We were restrained in safety precautions but unrestrained in fun. 
 
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33 comments:

bison61 said...

I'd also like the da Vinci's Catapult with Braindrops

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Charlene E said...

They have some cool stuff my son would love to have the sphero BB 8

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

Visited and I really like the sound of the POTTERY WHEEL FOR BEGINNERS

abedabun dawn said...

Another item on the website that i think i would like is the MATH WRAP UPS - FRACTIONS. I believe this would be a nice item to have when we start teaching our grand daughter fractions.

Renee said...

Do you know how hard I laughed when I read that you put your experiment in the blender instead of shaking it?????


I would also like the SPHERO BB-8 because it would make my husband and children giddy.

Angela Saver said...

I would also like to get the game, Simon!

Peggy said...

I would like the THE BRAIN TICKLER.

Sue Hull said...

I think my nieces and myself would like Simon.I had this as a kid and we had so much fun with it.I know they would love this goo kit.Thank you for the chance :)

Sue Hull said...

I think my nieces and myself would like Simon.I had this as a kid and we had so much fun with it.I know they would love this goo kit.Thank you for the chance :)

Xty C said...

I like the LITTLEBITS SMART HOME KIT

Ken Ohl said...

love to get the brain tickler. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Isaiahsmom said...

I like the Spot It learning Trio set.

John Zukowski said...

BLOXELS looks cool

chickie717 said...

Get three in an O looks interesting!

LeAnn Harbert said...

I want a Magformers set

janetfaye said...

I like the game Otrio.

Romeo said...

For my response, another item off the site that I would love is the one named Bloxels. This is the revolutionary 13-Bit video game designer; it will allow creative minded kids | adults to create their own video games from scratch!

Blessings to that of the possibility to own a dream gift, that I can share with my nephews / nieces!

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Sandra Watts said...

I would like to get one of the adult coloring books. Maybe the ENCHANTED FOREST.

Derrick Todd said...

The SPHERO BB-8 looks awesome. They really have so many great things! Entry name: Marnie Guffey

Robin Abrams said...

I think we would love the OH SNAP game. They have alot of great products

alissa apel said...

I'd like to try: Rock Me Archimedes

Leela said...

da Vinci's Catapult with Braindrops.

Michelle Elizondo said...

colorku

Crystal Rose said...

I'd also like the Gray Matter Maker Kit.

Audra said...

I love the magformers

beachgirl0323 said...

I would love to have the shrink papers they would be so cool for my daughter and I to do.

tashamwilkerson said...

This looks like so much fun for family night!!
http://www.marblesthebrainstore.com/otrio.htm

Lisa Jagodzinski said...

Diamonsters looks like a great game definitely would be interested in trying this game out

lissa crane said...

They all look interesting, but the one I would be most excited to try with my kids is definitely the 3DOODLER BUNDLE! My kids would just flip over having a 3-D doodling pen!

dlhaley said...

I like the Chibi Lights - LED Circuit Stickers kit.

Rachel Veno said...

My kids would love the volcanology kit.

Bella said...

The i-Loom looks pretty cool!

Clair Freebie said...

We would have a lot of fun with the brain tickler!