Is there a curious child in your family? A wee scientist with big questions? The Explore Box brings everything you need to inspire them with wondrous science experiments and hands-on projects. We’ve done all the hard work prepping, filming and gathering materials, so you and your little scientist can open the box and have fun making discoveries together.
Each box contains:
- everything you need (but still fits through most letterboxes),
- enough materials for 1-2 children,
- 3-4 exciting science experiments,
- a “level up” sticker for your little scientist to wear,
- a fully-illustrated 12-page instruction booklet,
- link to online resources including video instructions.
“My science knowledge is pretty basic and my son is science mad so this was a great discovery for us both. We have lots of fun doing the experiments and he’s really excited every time he receives a new box. Thanks so much – genuinely one of the best things we’ve ever found!”
What’s in your first box?
Your first box, Hidden Rainbows, includes:
Three wondrous experiments that bring the science of light and colour to life,
A fully-illustrated 12-page instruction booklet featuring Meg and Pico,
A pair of rainbow glasses and customisable rainbow spinner,
Your first collectible sticker of twelve,
A link to the online resources page featuring video instructions, a quiz, and an extension activity.
There are 12 boxes in total giving your little scientist a whole year of fun and inspiration!
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“This box was aimed perfectly at Miss A’s age range. She was completely engrossed in the experiments throughout and can
not wait for the next box to arrive! … “
“The box is great value for money…the quality and presentation excellent…build up your own Science kit.”
Patricia (Four Little Girls… The Mummy Memoirs)
“Letterbox Lab is such a terrific bunch of activities to do every month! They are a wonderful creative (and often happily messy!) way to introduce young children to scientific principles. ”