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Membership to The Magic School Bus Science Club

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Does your daughter swoon for her chemistry set? Does your son gawk over the Discovery channel? Are your kiddos amazed by space, nature, and … well … science?! If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then this deal is a no-brainer.

For $120 you'll get a one-year membership to The Magic School Bus Science Club with 12 Monthly Science Kits. Each kit comes with a supply bag and colorful manual based on the popular Magic School Bus books and TV series. Different characters from the series explore 12 fun and educational topics including Magnets, Acids/Bases, Human Body, Weather Station, Water, Light/Rainbows and Mirrors, Volcanoes, Air, Fossils, Stars/Planets, Bacteria/Fungi, and Solids/Liquids/Gases.

Your kids will be having so much fun with hands-on science they won't even notice they're learning!


Christine W.

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My kids love the Magic School Bus! This is a fantastic way to learn about science while having fun. Each month when that package arrives my kids are thrilled!

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The Young Scientists Club kits are created by a team of Harvard graduates, scientists, educators, and parents. They have received the ultimate approval from the young scientists who attend their annual science camps!

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$120 for One-Year Membership to The Magic School Bus Science Club with 12 Monthly Science Kits - a $240 Value (Includes Shipping and Handling)

The Nitty Gritty:

  • You must activate your voucher by the expiration date
  • Recommended for ages 5 & up
  • First shipment will go out at the end of March 2012
  • Will ship 1 kit each month for 12 months
  • Includes shipping within the US only
  • No refunds or returns are allowed after voucher redemption or after redemption period has ended
  • Online only
  • May not be combined with other offers
  • PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON 02/27/12. PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE.
  • Additional Terms and Conditions apply

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