Wednesday, 11 March 2020

British Science Week - Win a Beaker Creature Whirling Waves Toy

Its British Science week and what better way to celebrate than with a competition. 

I have teamed up with Learning Resource to offer you a chance to win a fun Science based toy! 

Lily and I have loved Learning Resource since I was first introduced to it when she was about 1 years old. Their toys are so good for learning and I have always been impressed with how well they make learning fun. They have so many toys that are perfect for helping your child learn science and by providing them with things like their Very First Microscope they help kids become fascinated in science at a early age. 




This toy I have on offer for you today is all about creating reactions in water. Your child gets to have fun creating waves and bubbles while at the same time collecting creatures that are out of this world! 


Beaker Creatures Whirling Wave Reactor set includes:
    • Whirling Wave Chamber
    • Reactor Pod
    • Limited-edition colour-change Frostonian
    • Two classification cards
    • Mini-poster with fun science facts
    • Experiment guide featuring step-by-step instructions for four experiments
The Set is £16 and can be bought from the Learning Resource website

So, for your chance to WIN this amazing prize! Enter on the Gleam Link Below! 

Win a Learning Resource Beaker Creatures Whirling Waves toy

30 comments:

  1. I will take my granddaughter to a local museum which are holding special events

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  2. We have been changing the colour of white carnations by adding food colouring to the water in their vases!

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  3. We have a few things planned including the Screaming Jelly Babies.

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  4. Seem to have missed it. Great set.

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  5. I'm not doing anything this week, as I won't be seeing my granddaughter till she comes to visit over Easter.

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  6. not doing anything in particular, my children all got science sets for christmas and been using them lately

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  7. didnt realise it was this week, will have to see what i can find in the cupboards tomorrow!

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  8. I'll not be seeing the grandchildren during British Science Week but as a former scientist myself I hope they are participating in some science related activities.

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  9. My granddaughter is doing things in preschool but we haven't done anything at home yet

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  10. Nothing planned. Thanks for the chance x

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  11. no unfortunately bit looks fun x

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  12. This years theme is our diverse planet so have got some workbooks for nephew based on this

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  13. We are going to a local event hopefully!

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  14. I have nothing planned but I'm sure my daughter's nursery will be doing something.

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  15. We haven’t got any plans for it.

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  16. No we dont - we love science though

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  17. No we aren't, but it would be lovely to try out a few experiments with the kids using household objects!!

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  18. With everyone home schooling now I think we all will be!

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  19. didnt know this was happening, with home schooling right now probably not

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  20. not really just for science week but more for everyday fun right now x

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  21. My children love science, last week we made an exploding volcano and this week a rainbow that grows - we plan to do something every week

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  22. I went into my sons school and did some worm science with two classes (day before shutdown), the kids loved it and they all joined in and were so enthusiastic

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  23. Home schooling makes it the perfect time to try some science out

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  24. Well, what a great time to do experiments for British science week than at home with my daughter. She really wants to do the coca cola and mints experiment! Hopefully nice weather will permit this!

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  25. I havent decided which experiment we are going to do but we having an experiment over the weekend

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  26. Yes we will have lots of fun with magnets and bake some bread

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  27. No we didn't do anything and unfortunately didn't know about it.

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  28. We made a tornado with water in a bottle, glitter & washing up liquid :)

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  29. I'll be waiting until I can see my nieces but this looks amazing

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