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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Young Scientists: MakersKit

I first learned about MakersKit when I backed their project on Kickstarter.   I was very excited about the idea of monthly DIY kits coming in the mail to do with my kids.  Their kickstarter was successful and I recently received the first kit, Wall Clock.  I was very impressed.

Here is how the kit arrived.

The materials when we unpacked them.

We watched their How To Video Guide, and then my son went to work.

He was inspired by the mustache decals and set to work making a face.

Once he was finished, he added the clock hands.

Then he put it on the wall in his bedroom and he and his brother put the numbers around the clock.

We put the battery in, and it works!

They are proud of their clock, and my youngest son is excited to learn how to tell time.

They are very happy with "Mr. Mustache Man"!

They give this kit two thumbs up!  I look forward to receiving another kit next month.

Order your own kits here and join in the fun.


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