On Sale Now! Save 8% on the Very First Magnet Kit by Dowling Magnets at Education God. MPN: DO-731200. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Inspires next generation scientists! amazes early learners as the observe and investigate magnetism for the first time. Explore magnetic versus
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Inspires next generation scientists! amazes early learners as the observe and investigate magnetism for the first time. Explore magnetic versus non-magnetic objects, play magnet games and discover if a magnetic force travels through water, cardboard or the sides of a glass jar. Very first magnet kit includes: 1 magnet wand, 1 giant horseshoe magnet, 10 magnet marbles, 20 counting chips, 3 ring magnets, 2 plastic-encased button magnets, 1 plastic-encased block magnet, complete activity booklet with translations in German, French and Spanish.
Features & Highlights
- Allows early learners to explore magnetism for the first time.
- The activity booklet comes with three translations.
- Facilitates active and fun learning.
9.5 x 2 x 12 inches
9.7 x 2 x 12.3 inches
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