Search results for "Mad Science Bartending Kit"

  • Mad Science Bartending Set Mad Science Bartending Set - Photo

    Recommendation:

    • hwb

      Mix up intoxicating concoctions and play the role of the cocktail expert or doctor of love with this hilarious mad science bartending set.


  • Mad Scientist Invitation Kit Mad Scientist Invitation Kit - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • OhJoy

      Set the tone of your party before it even begins with this Mad Scientist invitation kit. It's DIY but looks witty and elegant at the same time.


  • Sophisticated Science Candy Factory Sophisticated Science Candy Factory - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • natasha_u

      Such a cool gift for a kid, or any lover of candy (and science!), this kit has everything you need to start making your own hard candy, gum drops, even chocolates!


  • Makers Market: The Young Mad Scientist's First Alphabet Blocks Makers Market: The Young Mad Scientist's First Alphabet Blocks - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

  • Build your own Solar Panels Build your own Solar Panels - Photo

    Recommendation:

    • GirlPaint

      Everything but the building permits Power House provides an engaging introduction to regenerative energy sources while teaching basic concepts and principles in physical science. The kit focuses on the heat and light energy from the sun, the energy from the wind, as well as with electrochemical and plant energy. You will learn how to transform and use these forms of energy. With the Power House kit you can build a model house complete with solar panels, windmill, greenhouse, and desalination system. You can build and operate an electric train, windmill, solar cooker, solar hot water tank, hygrometer, electric motor, power hoist, sail car, and more! Plant watercress, prepare sauerkraut, and make chewing gum. Learn how plants convert sunlight into energy for your body and your engines. The thoughtfully designed series of experiments was developed by physicist Uwe Wandrey. Professor Wandrey creatively integrates physical science and technology lessons with the adventure of building a home and living on a remote island. To survive, you must learn how to harness the power of the sun and the wind as well as tap the energy of other physical forces. The storyline follows the experiments in a stepwise fashion. Easy-to-follow activities make it fun to build models and use them for your experiments.


  • Gear Wall Art with Clock Gear Wall Art with Clock - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • rebeltreble

      This clock captured my attention because it is just so techy! The clock face is in roman numerals and is surround by gears of all shapes and sizes. Everything is made of metal (no cheap plastic here) and hand painted to give it a unique feel. This clock require one AA battery and measures about 40.5"H x 33.25"W x 3 "D. This piece is sure to be a conversation starter and will look fabulous in an office, living room, or mad science lab!


  • Mad Science Energy Cars Mad Science Energy Cars - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • jharvs

      Who says education has to be boring? Your kids will have fun playing with this energy car, and at the same time learn valuable physics principles and alternative energy schemes. Car runs on an electric and air-powered motor, and has a built-in LCD which measures speed and distance.


  • Scientific Explorer's Tasty Science Chemistry in the Kitchen Kit Scientific Explorer's Tasty Science Chemistry in the Kitchen Kit - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • GourmetGlam

      For the budding food nerd a la Harold McGee or Alton Brown, this kit lets your kid whip up cupcakes, cookies, and candy, all to learn a little bit of science. It teaches things like what makes cakes rise and candy crystallize The kit comes complete with ingredients, recipes, activity cards, a test tube laboratory, and more activities to learn.


  • Little Labs Stepping into Science Kit Little Labs  Stepping into Science Kit - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • RobotSquid

      This little labs science kit contains everything a growing learner needs to start exploring the world around them. It captures the core aspect of science.. when someone wonders "how does that happen?" Then builds experiments that teach critical thinking, exploration and nourishes the wonder you feel when you see something you've always known happens, but never known why. I've never been a huge fan of "boy" or "girl" toys, each child has the ability to learn from good toys and this toy is definitely one of those toys that encourage exploration.


  • Mad Lab Kit Mad Lab Kit - Photo

    Recommendation:

    • sunshinebubble

      This is just like me dad's office at home of our country house in merry olde england. Now you can recreate my dad's office at your home in yankee doodle dandy land - yay for you!


  • Bacteria Growth Kit Bacteria Growth Kit - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • jooxi

      Ok, yes, thinkgeek.com is selling a bacterial growth kit as well. But this one's better. See, besides the petri dishes and growing material (nutrient broth) this kit also has 5 sterile swabs, iodine and alcohol. The swabs are great 'cause you can swab anything (including you) with safety and know that whatever grows on the plate was what you sampled - not already on the swab. Ok, so I'm a stickler for good technique. Sue me. Anyway it's also got more detailed instructions (including ideas for science fairs) and the alcohol and iodine let you test antibacterial resistance. It's also got disposable 'BioHazard' bags to throw the dishes out, or just to store your lunch in. I've got a boatload of weird science things to post...this is just the tip of the iceberg. Mad Biologist Use: Try growing bacteria with souls, or at least vocal cords. Then when you Lyslol them you'll feel bad. Or make them feel love. Seriously, bacteria are so promiscuous, you could start a soap opera on the results.


  • Alton Brown Science It's What's For Dinner T Shirt Alton Brown Science It's What's For Dinner T Shirt - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • glamazon5

      I love Alton Brown! He's like a mad food scientist. Every time I see him I hear "She Blinded Me With Science" in my head! This shirt is cute!


  • Mr. Rootbeer Brewing Kit Mr. Rootbeer Brewing Kit - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • eliztbone

      Making beer is a fun adult activity, but making root beer is a fun family activity! You can make 2 gallons of root beer with the kit and purchase additional refills quite easily. However, due to the carbonation process the root beer does contain trace amounts of alcohol. :) Great for science fair experiments as well.


  • I Blinded Me With Science! Tshirt I Blinded Me With Science! Tshirt - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • RobotSquid

      I blinded me with science... SCIENCE!!! This shirt reminds me of the time I got my first chemistry kit. We didnt have warning labels in the '70s :)


  • Elenco Bubbles - Science Kits 8 years Elenco Bubbles - Science Kits 8 years - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • 85mm14

      I am a big bubble fan. I would have loved to have done science projects involving bubbles as a child.


  • Interactive LED Panels + Kits Interactive LED Panels + Kits - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • espy

      Evil Mad Scientist Labs offers both ready-to-use and solder-it-yourself kits that can be used to create light displays that respond to motion. See the wildly popular LED coffee table recommended elsewhere for an example of a panel in action.


  • "Peggy" A light emitting pegboard kit "Peggy" A light emitting pegboard kit - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • espy

      Lightbright for grownups! These kits from Evil Mad Scientist Labs will hold up to 625 LEDs. The display area is a little less than one square foot- with it they tell us you can "make an LED sign for your window, a geeky valentine for your sweetie, one bad-ass birthday card, or freak the holy bejesus out of Boston" (If you don't know what they're talking about re: Boston read: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Boston_Mooninite_Scare ). Oh the possibilities!


  • Thames & Kosmos Wind Power Science Kit Thames & Kosmos Wind Power Science Kit - Photo

    Shop for it at:

    Recommendation:

    • espy

      Clearly it's never to early to start teaching kids about sustainable energy- what cooler way than by constructing a working wind turbine? This looks like a great kit- it teaches about the environment, physics and mechanics all at once. Once the kit is assembled the turbine can be used to power an LED or recharge a rechargeable battery.


  • Educational Science Kit: Bottle Catamaran - Fun Christmas Present! Educational Science Kit: Bottle Catamaran - Fun Christmas Present! - Photo

    Recommendation:

    • scohen

      What a fun Christmas present. Not another board game but soemthing the boys can have science fun with!! Just don't tell them it's educational and they'll love it.