Green Science Green Rocket Kit
Curious Minds Did You Know? The first rocket to take a satellite into space was the R-7 ICBM that launched Sputnik on the 4th of October 1957.
Try your hand at rocket science and blast a paper rocket up to 25 metres into the sky!
To make your rocket simply add a recycled magazine and 2 recycled plastic bottle to what's in the box and amaze your friends and family with some eco-friendly science. Not only is this a fun science kit but its an excellent way to learn about the underlying physics of how rockets work and the importance of recycling and renewable energy.
A brilliant gift set for a young, excited and inquisitive mind. Ideal to foster curiosity and encourage scientific learning on rainy days and a fantastic school holiday activity.
The box contains a set of small nuts and bolts, a set large nuts, bolts, washers and split washer screws, a set double-sided adhesive tape, 2 bottle connector halves, 1 stand arm, 1 launch tube, 2 pipe clamp halves, 1 flexible pipe, 2 foam rocket heads, 12 fin templates and 2 rocket body sheets.
Ideal for budding young scientists ages 8 and above!