Steve Spangler loves stuff that glows, and with the Glow Chemistry Kit you'll get to experiment with two of his favorite glow activities. Try mixing up your own batch of Atomic Slime. It's the same polymer slime that you've seen in green and clear, but with a glowing twist. You'll also create Atomic Worms, a glow-in-the-dark version of Insta-Worms. Everything is cooler when it glows-in-the-dark.
- 120 mL (4 oz.) Atomic Worm Goo
- 120 mL (4 oz.) Atomic Slime
- Miniature black light
- 7 grams of Worm activator
- 15 mL (0.5 oz) of Cross linker solution
- 2 Shaker Cups
- Plastic measuring scoop
What does it teach?Young scientists will learn about the polymers that make their slime and worms work and what makes them glow. And best of all, they'll have a great time doing it.
Sharon from 4-H Butternut Boosters in Lake Crystal, MN - December 9, 2010
I am letting you know that the Insta-Worms were a great success for the 4-H project that we presented for our local Duck Days in Lake Crystal, MN. The 4-H Butternut Boosters relied on your services and delivered a fun, and exciting project for our club to present to the community. Thank you for your wonderful exploration into science, that makes science fun! You're Da' Bomb!
Jennifer from Eighty MPH Mom - November 30, 2010
We were impressed how the instructions were not only easy to understand, but they were funny! They spelled out why things work the way they do, which is important. I have to admit, I was fascinated. We laughed and “ewwwed” at the slimy worms, but it was really fun!
Jennifer received the Glow Chemistry kit from Steve Spangler Science at no cost to her in exchange for a review. To read Jennifer's review in its entirety, please visit her blog at Eighty MPH Mom. - Spangler Science Team
Kelly - October 7, 2010
Our 7 year old daughter sat with her worms for an hour and a half putting them through all sorts of interesting scenarios. Needless to say... I know what she will be doing after school today... (but I must make her do her homework first!) This kit is a great science kid pleaser! We used it as a Happy October gift. Good, clean, slimy, green fun!