Today marks the start of British Science Week. To celebrate this special week of learning Bandai UK sent us four National Geographic STEM kits to put our science skills to the test.
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What Is British Science Week?
This year British Science Week takes place between the 6th and the 15th of March. It is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering, and maths. Thousands of events run throughout the whole of the UK to celebrate British Science Week. Both of our children’s schools also celebrate the week with classes dedicated to science. We are also invited to some of these lessons to join in the science fun with our children.
National Geographic STEM Kits sent to us for British Science Week
Bandai UK sent us the National Geographic Crystal Garden Kit, the Dino Fossil Dig Kit, the Gemstone Dig Kit and the Shark Tooth Mini Dig Kit. These four kits are perfect for introducing your children to the world of STEM.
The National Geographic Crystal Garden Kit
With the Crystal Garden Kit, you can grow your very own crystal-covered trees. You can even design the colour formation of the trees with the supplied colouring pens. Making your crystal-covered trees unique to you.
The National Geographic Dino Fossil Dig Kit
This Dino Fossil Dig Kit gives you that chance to excavate three genuine dinosaur fossils. How long will it take for you to find the dinosaur tooth, bone, and poo?!
The National Geographic Gemstone Dig Kit
This Gemstone Dig Kit gives you that chance to excavate three genuine gemstones. You will be able to dig for quartz, tigers eye, and amethyst gemstones.
The National Geographic Shark Tooth Mini Dig Kit
The Shark Tooth Mini Dig Kit gives you the chance to excavate a real shark tooth.
Our British Science Week STEM Kit Experiences
Over the next four days, we will share our reviews of the National Geographic STEM Kits. We will let you know if our crystal-covered trees grew. Show you the dinosaur items we discovered and the real shark tooth we found. We will also reveal our beautiful gemstones.
Do you have any special plans to celebrate this year’s British Science Week?
DISCLOSURE – We were gifted the National Geographic STEM kits for the purposes of this post. We always give our honest opinions, findings, beliefs, and experiences of the products.