Beaker Creatures Magnification Chamber - LilBits Limited
Beaker Creatures Magnification Chamber - LilBits Limited
Beaker Creatures Magnification Chamber - LilBits Limited
Beaker Creatures Magnification Chamber - LilBits Limited
Beaker Creatures Magnification Chamber - LilBits Limited

Beaker Creatures Magnification Chamber

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Beaker Creatures Fizz up and Magnification Chamber

The Beaker Creatures have landed! Travelling to earth from far away planets they will need our help. 

Children will love extracting them from their reactor pods, identifying them with their classification card and exploring their worlds with fun facts and cool experiments!

Beaker Creatures™ combine the amazement of learning through science with the anticipation of surprise collectibles. With 35 Creatures to collect, from five different planets, children will love building an out-of-this-world collection! Will you be lucky and uncover one of the rare 24-carat Creatures?

Where science meets collectables!

 

Extract! Identify! Explore!

  • Children will create amazing bubbling reactions with Beaker Creatures
  • Simply drop a Beaker Creature Reactor Pod into a bowl of water or use the magnification chamber itself and watch it fizz and bubble before revealing the collectable inside
  • Children can place their Creature in the Magnification Chamber for a close-up view as they identify who their Creature is
  • 10-piece set includes:
    • 3-piece plastic Magnification Chamber
    • Two Beaker Creature Reactor Pods
    • Two Classification Cards
    • Two double-sided Mini-posters featuring amazing science facts and fun images
    • Experiment guide featuring step-by-step instructions for three experiments
  • The complete collection of 35 Beaker Creatures features:
    • Six Creatures from five planets: Astrolytes, Oceanites, Frostonians, Buglettes and Minisaurs
    • Five limited edition 24-carat Creatures
  • Magnification Chamber features flexible magnifying glass
  • Magnification Chamber measures 14cm H x 8cm D  
  • Features experiment guide

Why not use the magnification chamber to look at other out of the world objects!


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