2017 Holiday Guide Featuring LabRatGifts, the perfect gift for that scientist in your life! @LabRatGifts
Well, it’s that time again, Holiday Gift Guide Ideas! The Night Helper Blog is getting ready to share some awesome Holiday Gift Ideas from now until Dec 18th! We will share products in just about every category plus we will list links where you can grab any of these product for your Holiday Gift List. So sit back and enjoy!!
Ok, it’s a new day and we have new gift ideas that I’m sure your daughter will enjoy. Today we share two products from the company called LabRatGifts.com.
If you’ve never heard of LabRatGifts.com before sit back and let me share a little about this company before we move forward. LabRatGifts.com is the world’s largest science-themed gift store, developed to provide students, teachers, researchers and laboratory workers throughout the world great gifts! Perfect for all your loved ones who spend too much time in the laboratory, our products generate and promote interest in the sciences.
So with that being said, lets get to it, our first product is called the Perfume Science Experiment Kit!
Your daughter can now create her own unique perfume. This kit is perfect for that beauty diva in your life because the Perfume Science kit is equipped with eight humanely-tested perfume oils, finishing solution, decorative flacons and important tools of the trade for kids ages 10+ to begin understanding the science and history of fragrances.
Just think, your daughter could have a nice girl party with her friends. Each one could explore the physiology of smell, play games with smell and taste , discover the history of perfumes , and extract fragrances from plants. How cool would that be, they will be in their room for hours exploring this kit! Before long they will be on their way to becoming a master perfumer in no time. Priced at $64.95, I do believe your child will be able to accomplish her favorite scent from this kit with ease and will save money also.
Our next gift idea is also from the LabRatGifts.com it’s called: Candy Chemistry” – Science Kit
WOW, I’ve never seen a candy chemistry kit, but, I tell you this your kids will go crazy over this awesome kit. Making their own candy, who wouldn’t enjoy that! Are you ready to create your own rock candy, chocolates, gummy bears, wintergreen candies, and more?
Your child can learn about specific heat and temperature, crystallization, measurements and conversions, volume, and weight. They can personalize their candy by choosing their own ingredients and decorate their finished candy with colorful foils, paper cups, and wrappers.
Included in your box will be: a 48-page color manual and your child/children can create up to 25 experiments. Priced at $36.95 and recommended for ages 10+
Well, there you have it, two awesome science kits that will definitely keep your children entertained this Holiday Season?
You can see these products and much more when you visit LabRatGifts.com. Don’t forget to connect with them also via social media: Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram| to keep up with the latest.
Disclaimer: Howdy everyone, I just wanted to inform you that I was not compensated for this post. However, I did receive a product from the company below and the opinions expressed in this post are 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC guidelines.
26 thoughts on “2017 Holiday Guide Featuring LabRatGifts, the perfect gift for that scientist in your life! @LabRatGifts”
My daughter would love the chance to work with this. I’d love to help her.
I would like the Perfume Set myself, lol make some great smelling scents. and the Candy set is perfect for my little ones
My son would absolutely love this, this is awesome.
These look like such fun kits for the kids! My grandchildren would love them, especially the Candy Kit.
The candy set would be a dream project for kids. The whole project would come with a great reward!
My son really is into making things already and seeing how things work. In other words he is taking his toys apart lol nah it is something i am really proud of him over !
My niece and nephew would have a blast with this. Love that they would learn from it also
so fun, my daughter loves doing science experiments. These look like a ton of fun for her
If my grandson is anything like his father he’d love anything to do with science and experiments. I’m sure he’d be extremely thrilled to make his own candy.
My granddaughter will absolutely have a ball with these science projects. Thank you.
These kits my granddaughters would just love anyone of them. Thank you for sharing.
I love this, I have always made candies to sell before I became disabled and this would help my Granddaughter learn a little of what I would love to teach her. This is great idea!
These look like a cool gift idea.
What a yummy way to learn science!
Science kits are so much fun with an added bonus – they are educational!
this is really super cute. My kids would love this and have a blast making it.
My kids would love both of these cool kits. My daughter would especially love the Perfume Science Experiment Kit. I will have to keep these kits in mind during Christmas shopping since they are at the tween stage and are very hard to get for now.
Awesome way to make candy.
These are some great gift ideas. My grandchildren love science. They would have so much fun with these toys and learn while playing. Thank you so much for sharing. God Bless
This looks so fun! My kids would love this!
My 11 year old would LOVE this. She loves chemistry and sweets so nothing could be more right for her.
My Granddaughters would love this so much, I have them once a month and this will be a great surprise project we can work on together
We love Science & we love candy! This a win-win! 🙂
My kids would like this me to
These kits are super cool and definitely a great gift idea! I know girls would really love the perfume science kit and my boys would love the candy kit. I would definitely love to check them out myself too.
I’ve never seen or did anything like this and I had a couple of my own science kits as a kid.
This sounds like fun! My grandkids would be making candy all the time! I would probably have to buy a lot of kits!