Home visit, yet again! Always need to go back and see the folks! In fact this time it was my brother's birthday so I went back for that reason. Anyways, so some photosynthetic related products while shopping at Meadowhall (It's sheffield massive shopping centre, really good place to go shopping, everything under one rooft! Totally recommend it :)) I'm not sure if it is the fact I'm sciencey that I see these project related products when I go out. Or maybe it's the law of attraction, because I'm always thinking about my studentship in the back of my head, so it just brings me closer to these things? Signs from god? :P
|Oh look these could almost pass as spinach leaves, but in rubber form! So cute :3 Quite refreshing to see such a rubber to be honest. Yeah this stationary shop sold all types of rubbers!|
Here is a product description & link
It’s time to peel your kids (and own) faces from the TV screens and get them playing back in the real world. This cool building set not only increases creativity and brain development but also has a high impact on fun levels and planet saving power.
All you need to build an exciting new toy is this kit, a fair bit of sunlight and a few pieces of rubbish. Not only are you helping the planet by using its natural solar power but you can recycle old cans, CD’s and plastic bottles. Not a single battery is needed to build the six fun models, just eco-friendly solar power. Inside your kit is a set of easy to follow instructions and diagrams explaining clearly how to install and utilize recycled materials. Turn your old CD’s into a speedy race car, make a used bottle into a flying bird or convert an empty can into the ultimate drumming robot.
The Solar Recycler 6 in 1 Kit is a fantastic way to enjoy learning about the science of renewable energy and gives the imagination a huge boost.
So going to buy my children these when I get around having children somewhere in the far future. Or anything that is remotely similar in the future :) Why give your children Barbie or Cars? When you can give them science experimental kits and Lego for creativity development in the mind ;)