Surprise Ride - Build & Paint a Volcano Science Kit
SKU: FB313

Build & Paint a Volcano Science Kit

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Future geologists are sure to blow their top when they get a load of this crafty science kit!

Get started by building an amazing, realistic-looking volcano out of papier-mâché and then paint it by mixing the provided paint to create realistic earth colors. (There's even an actual lava rock included for reference!)

Then, open up the full-color book to discover all kinds of "lavable" volcano jokes plus loads of fascinating facts and real-world photos.

With the Surprise Ride Build and Paint a Volcano Science Kit, young minds are sure to overflow with fascination and wonder!

Surprise Ride - Build & Paint a Volcano Science Kit
  • Build and paint a volcano from papier-mâché while learning amazing facts!
  • Encourages fine motor skills, spatial reasoning, creativity, an interest in geology
  • A fascinating adventure in science and creativity
  • Mix the included paints to create realistic earth colors
  • Book packed with volcano jokes, fascinating facts, real-world photos
  • Cause a real eruption with baking soda and vinegar! - Ingredients for eruption not included
  • Includes all required supplies, custom book, real lava rock, parent guide, kid-friendly learning materials
  • High quality materials - Exceptional craft-and-learn experience

    Note: Want to keep your Surprise Ride going all year long? Click HERE to purchase a 12-month subscription!
  • Date Added to Fat Brain Toys 10/18/2018
    Manufactured In United States
    Manufacturer Recommended Minimum Age 5 years
    Fat Brain Toys Monthly Sales Ranking #185

    5.00 out of 5.00 based on 2 reviews.

    My Review of Surprise Ride - Build & Paint a Volcano Science Kit

    Bought it for my nephew. He enjoyed it

    Jodi Streeter - 03/14/2019

    My Review of Surprise Ride - Build & Paint a Volcano Science Kit

    Great grandson loved it. Had to get another one for four year old great granddaughter. But will have to be supervised.

    Sandra Seyffert - 03/13/2019