Hands-on math and science fun! Kids can design and conduct their own experiments to predict, compare, and analyze the relationship between volume and weight of different materials. Clear, removable buckets have pouring spouts and may be used for solids or liquids. Each bucket holds 400 milliliters and is marked at 100 ml intervals - a great introduction to metric measurement. Recommended for children ages 3 years and older.
- HANDS-ON LEARNING: What's heavier - a bucket of sand or a bucket of water? Kids can design and conduct their own experiments to discover the relationship between volume and weight in a variety of different materials. Hands-on learning fosters creative thinking, problem solving, and develops science process skills such as predicting, observing, comparing, and analyzing
- CLEAR BUCKETS FOR CLEAR OBSERVATION: Two removable buckets are made of clear plastic for easy observation. Fill the buckets with solids, like sand or dough, or with liquids, like water or slime. Does the same amount of water weigh as much as the same amount of slime? How much dough will it take to weigh the same as a bucket of sand? It's easy to observe the different weights and volumes balance or tip the scale
- METRIC INTRODUCTION: Buckets each hold up to 400 milliliters and are marked at 100 ml intervals. An easy and fun way to introduce metric measurement
- DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Scale and buckets are made of tough, durable plastic that's simple to wipe clean
- EASY TO USE: Scale has sliding adjustments to "fine tune" measurements. Buckets have spouts so it's easy to pour all kinds of materials