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Kids Learn How to “Go Green” with Young Scientists Club Kits
Jamestown, RI (March 18, 2009) – On Earth Day, don’t bog down young minds with facts and
figures about going green, opt for hands-on science experiments instead. Three new eco-themed kits
from The Young Scientists Club are a fun way to learn how to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
The kits show kids how to reduce their consumption by growing their own spinach and wheat in
Science on a Gardening Adventure, understand how to reuse leftover food scraps by composting
them in Magic School Bus Going Green and learn how to recycle old newspapers into new paper in
Go Green Mini-Kit.
Three brand-new earth-friendly science kits are a must-have for young eco-leaders:
Science on a Gardening Adventure • $29.99
Young Scientists will learn about the fun of gardening through exciting hands-on science experiments. In this handy carry-all kit, kids create a terrarium, learn about underground habitats, explore the different parts of plants, test the soil, design a mini-garden, grow all kinds of seeds, perform plant experiments, identify bugs and their habitats, make a working sun dial, and much more.
The enclosed mini-garden tools and watering can will certainly become an instant hit and will encourage all junior scientists to become young botanists!
Magic School Bus Going Green • $19.99
Ms. Frizzle and her students take Young Scientists on a wild ride by going green with experiments and activities that can save our Earth!
Young Scientists recreate the water cycle, build a compost tube, shrink plastic, magically make packing peanuts disappear, decompose food with fungus, form pulp, create new paper, design recycled paper
shapes, learn about the 3 R’s, and much, much more! Buckle those seatbelts, kids! Get ready to explore and go green!
Go Green Mini-Kit • “Save the Earth” $9.99
Get ready to Save the Earth with this exhilarating mini-kit!
Young Scientists learn about acids and bases, use pH paper to test rain water, make Styrofoam magically disappear, create pulp from old newspapers, recycle paper, make new paper, recycle leaves in a peat pellet and learn about the three R’s!
Go Green teaches Young Scientists all about recycling and how they can help Save the Earth!
Science kits by The Young Scientists Club have been recipients of some of the top toy industry
awards, including the Creative Child Toy of the Year, NAPPA Honors, National Parenting Center
Seal of Approval, iParenting Media Outstanding Product, Dr. Toy 10 Best Educational Products and
a Teachers’ Choice Award.
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About The Young Scientists Club
Esther Novis, a mother of five and a former Harvard-trained biologist, started The Young Scientists
Club a decade ago as a summer science camp for her then 5-year-old son. Friends from other parts of
the country told Novis they felt cheated that their kids couldn’t go, so she naturally packaged the
experiments and sent them off. The idea for a science subscription service was born! The
subscription kits are now mailed monthly to thousands of children around the world and the
company’s retail kits are sold in hundreds of specialty stores.
In addition to developing new products for The Young Scientists Club, this wise mom has many
years of experience teaching at Phillips Academy, Andover and has written the science column for
Parents Magazine plus wrote science experiments for the new science curriculum by McGraw-Hill
Visit the award-winning The Young Scientists Club at www.kidsciencekits.com for more