Science Museum Potato Clock
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- Power the digital clock using potatoes
- Help children to understand electrical principals
- Explore alternative energy in a fun way
- High voltage inspirational fun
- Suitable for children aged four and over
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Green Science from 4M produce environmentally friendly power sources that will definitely ignite children’s interests in science and the environment. Green Science kits demonstrate the basic principals’ of electricity and mechanics in a safe, fun and imaginative way. Children will engage with the science without it being school like or hard work, helping them to fully understand the importance of protecting the environment around them and alternative sources of energy. No batteries are required for this working clock. Be a scientist and discover how to power this digital clock using potatoes. Be amazed as you experiment with other substances to power the clock. Suitable for children aged four and over.
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This is one of those toys which can promote quite a powerful message that conventional means of gaining power are not necessarily the only ways of doing so. I think that teaching our children the benefits of finding alternate power sources even in a small potato clock can have lasting results and it is for this reason that I have given 5 Stars.
Bought 2 sets at the same time and liked them enough to keep but not enough that I would buy again.
The instructions also suggest obtaining the same results by using various liquids and the kit does include two small plastic cups for that purpose. Not too sure this is a good idea as it encourages the childlike thought process that liquid (water) and electricity mix and they clearly DO NOT.
I am being forced to write another 20 words in order to submit this review. Amazon - there is only so much you can write about a potato and a clock.
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