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    4/27/2007
    Science Toys
    I don't know about you but when I was younger I always had a special liking for the science kits.
    I think that Gabby may have the same interests as well.

    Especially for a child who asks what parts of her body does, and why they do it. Sciencekits.com offers a wide variety of educational toys including an Anatomy Kit which how great would that be? I get to show her what her ribs are and how they protect her lungs (which that was a conversation we had this morning while she was getting dressed) This particular kit comes in male and female for just $19.95 (plus tax and shipping)

    They also have a Space Theater Planetarium that lets you see the whole sky or four close up seasonal views. I think this would be an excellent way to start teaching the constellations early on. You can also select certain times and dates to see what the stars will look like. This one is just $36.95 (excluding discount for ordering online (and taxes and shipping)).

    Am I the only one who kinda geeks out over the fact that you can grow your own crystals? With Crystal Caves you can choose from Citrine Cave, Aquamarine Cave and Rose Quartz Cave (that would be my first choice!) for $13.95 (excluding discount for ordering online and shipping and taxes).

    They also offer chemistry sets, Science Project Kits, Electronic and Electricity, Robots and more!

    Sciencekits.com is reputable and has been in business for 12 years and counting!

    This post brought to you by Sciencekits.com

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