Horrible Science Kit

Horrible Science Kit Giveaway


One of the things you will notice about your child starting school are all the birthday party invites! After Pop’s first few months of school I learned that preparation was key to mastering this everlasting need to buy birthday presents. So when I saw these brilliant kits from Horrible Science I had to buy a few, some for birthday presents, one for Pops to use over the summer and another for a giveaway to you fabulous people.

Pops tried the Creepy Crystal Tree experiment.

I love anything that is a bit different to the usual creative kits you get and best of all these could be for a girl or a boy. Now we’ve tried one I think I’m going to stockpile some more! They are based on the Horrible Science series by Nick Arnold and Tony De Saulles which is now a major TV series on CITV. You can choose from a whole array of nasty experiments.

Inside the box was the equipment for 3 experiments and really easy to follow instructions. We only had to have a few extra things to hand such as scissors, felt tip pens and a microwave. The kits are recommended for age 8 and above but as I was supervising like the responsible adult I am (ahem), I figured we’d be ok.

She loved doing it and couldn’t wait to see the results…here they are.

Horrible Science Creepy Crystals

Horrible Science Creepy Crystals

Please note this is NOT a sponsored post, I bought these kits and they are fab. Therefore I wanted to share the delight.


I have The Bonkers Bubbles Kit to giveaway. Enter via Rafflecopter below. Make sure you check out the T&C’s folks and good luck.

Horrible Science Kits

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Competition starts 10.08.2017 and will end 28.08.2017

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  1. My daughter is really into making slime. Really easy to do too. Glue and washing liquid and food colouring. We also love to collect stone and shells then wash and paint them.

  2. This looks likes great fun. I usually buy my grandchildren science kits in the summer holidays; to encourage them to think outside of the box and develop their creative side. I wonder if this is the same company that do Horrible History; my grandson loved that also.

  3. What a great giveaway – I used to love these. There’s nothing better than using something creative to get children interested in science and how things work. Good luck to everyone! Thanks for linking up to #Blogstravagnza

  4. i love to get my children painting and drawing …i find it lovely watching their art forming and seeing their imagination at work .

  5. We either do some scrapbook entries from recent activities or make some treats and have a Teddy tea party….my son is 9 and loves a Teddy tea party.

  6. When it’s a rainy day outside we love to do lots of different things indoors. We love to play board games, sometimes we will have a Cinema Afternoon with treats, other times we will spend the day crafting – making cards, pictures, bunting, painting, creating things with Fimo, and my girls have recently become interested in more STEM activities, so yesterday we made a volcano with paper mache, vinegar + Bicarb! They loved it!

  7. I’m obsessed with building LEGO so if it’s raining outside it’s the perfect excuse to get the LEGO out and build away x


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