Project Mc2 Ultimate Science Lab Kit was £53.99 now £19.99 @ Argos
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Project Mc2 Ultimate Science Lab Kit was £53.99 now £19.99 @ Argos

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Found 11th Feb 2016
From the popular science show for girls on Netflix. I'm all for encouraging girls in science, my 2 are always doing little home made experiments, I bought them the Sparkle Science Glitzy Chemistry Set for Christmas & that went down really well so have been looking for some more sets.
This set is never worth £55 but @ £19.99 I think it's worth a go, still between £34 - £54 elsewhere. Be warned you will need extra household items like orange juice/baking powder/cornflour but it's all stuff readily available & tbf most kits need similar.
Checked stock in 10+ postcodes & it appears to be one of the products thye order into store for you in 2-4 days, home delivery is available @ £3.95.
Conduct all those at home experiments just like the girls from Project Mc2 ! - Oversized bag with zipper lock opens up to reveal the ultimate Project Mc2 lab kit! Store and play with all the fun science pieces included: 2 test tubes with stand, funnel, beaker jar, 3 flasks, pipette dropper, petri dish, safety goggles, mini microscope with 3 glass slides, 15 pH strips and 2 sticker sheets to examine and decorate. Also includes a book of 15 different experiments you can conduct at home.
Oversized bag with zipper lock opens up to reveal the ultimate project mc2 lab kit!
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Check out amazon reviews before … Check out amazon reviews before buying!http://www.amazon.co.uk/Project-Mc2-Ultimate-Lab-Kit/dp/B00UMSU0W8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1455182228&sr=8-1&keywords=Project+Mc2+Ultimate+Lab+Kit



Very hit and miss, we were actually looking to buy this one ourselves but decided against it in the end.
Mr White I've had an idea.
Sad that you need to have sparkley and glitzy named sets with girly coloured equipment to encourage them. The makers of this stuff should be targeting a child's natural curiosity and desire to understand rather than further contributing to gender stereotyping which keeps girls out of science in the first place.
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