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Hape unveils Junior Inventor

Published on: 3rd April 2019

Kids aged 3-15 can enjoy experiments based on a process of trial, error and creation.

Hape’s new Junior Inventor sets let children explore the basics of physics and learn just how these principles apply to the real world. Kids and their parents can choose from a number of different kits to suit both budget and the child’s ability. For example, young scientists can get to grips with the compact Science Experiment Toolbox before advancing to Hape’s Deluxe Scientific Workbench when they’re ready to take on the challenge.

The Science Experiment Toolbox offers children the opportunity to discover six diverse science experiments. Not only does the toolbox help keep everything contained, it also adds storage value for parents too. From the waving hand to the climbing frog, this 32 piece set offers great play value for children aged four years and above.

Packed with 79 accessories, the Deluxe Scientific Workbench from Hape offers 15 different science experiments for children to get involved in. Once the workbench is assembled, kids can either consult the enclosed guide or access the instruction manual via the free digital app to choose which experiments to undertake. However, they can also let their imaginations run wild as they invent creations beyond those outlined in the manual. Hands and minds will be kept busy as kids take part in experiments involving a crane, wind maker and boom gate.

Crafted from the highest quality natural materials, Hape toys use only water based paints which are tested rigorously to ensure that customers get both value for money and quality.

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