SmartLab Blast-Off Rocket Racer

SmartLab Blast-Off Rocket Racer

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by Paul Beck
     
 

"Power up your rocket racer with the classic combination of baking soda and vinegar! Then let it go! Includes a build-your-own mini rocket racer, featuring sleek aerodynamic design and large wheels for speed. The racer body is see-through for a closer look at the chemical reaction in action. It also comes with a stomp-pad launcher, so kids control the moment of blast…  See more details below

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"Power up your rocket racer with the classic combination of baking soda and vinegar! Then let it go! Includes a build-your-own mini rocket racer, featuring sleek aerodynamic design and large wheels for speed. The racer body is see-through for a closer look at the chemical reaction in action. It also comes with a stomp-pad launcher, so kids control the moment of blast off.

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Fast Forward!, by Paul Beck, is a fully illustrated booklet that doubles as a lab journal. Race enthusiasts are encouraged to gather data about their racer's speed and time and to log their findings right into the booklet. Also includes suggestions on testing [Deleted out] different fuels made out of household ingredients.

Includes:
• Snap-together rocket car
• 4 wheels
• Fin
• Stomp-pad launcher with safety shield
•Cleaning tool
• 16-page fully illustrated booklet/lab journal

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781603800235
Publisher:
becker&mayer! books
Publication date:
03/18/2009
Series:
SmartLab Kits!
Pages:
16
Sales rank:
1,379,762
Product dimensions:
8.94(w) x 11.70(h) x 2.04(d)
Age Range:
7 - 12 Years

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
it would have been a great little experiment, it worked the first try but didnt go far. we tried again, and it broke. not on a seem, but the plastic unibody broke and it exploded in my son's face. lucky no peices hit his eye. he was scared but not harmed. so much for the quality of "made in china"! but he learned about when an experiment fails and why we wear saftery glasses!