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January 2007 | Vol. VI - No. 1




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Kids Love Candy and Chemistry

Kits They Take Home Are All About Home


Kids don’t have to be chemistry whizzes or little Einsteins to benefit from today’s science kits. Science is all around us, the kits proclaim — especially in the kitchen and bathroom.

“When I was a kid, you had a choice between a chemistry set and a microscope,” owner Mary Sisson of Kazoodles in Vancouver, Wash., told TDmonthly. Now, kits have “experiments about everyday life,” she said, adding that she does well with Spa Science and the Ultimate Gum Kit from Scientific Explorer.

To find out what other everyday science kits are selling across the country, see the February issue of TDmonthly Magazine.



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Julie L. JonesWriter's Bio: Julie L. Jones has written articles for both newspapers and magazines. Before joining the staff of TDmonthly Magazine, she worked as a communications writer and provided editorial support for a market research company. Read more articles by this author

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