National Geographic Practical STEM Kit Review!


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As part of our Bandai Ambassadors role we have had yet more fun with another new set of STEM kits by National Geographic. This is our final review with Bandai and we have loved our National Geographic sets.

This time our wonderful Midge jumped at the chance to review the Ultimate Play Sand Kit. This retails at £11.99 on Amazon.

Midge and Will love anything like this and have already added the sand to their Christmas lists so they  can have even more to play with!




National Geographic Play Sand is great fun; it is a special mixture of sand that doesn't dry out, the sand acts wet while leaving your hands completely dry; it’s also incredibly easy to clean up! So don’t worry about a mess or dust – this premium quality play sand is designed to provide all the fun and none of the hassle. It is great for moulding, slicing and the extra moulds provided are really good fun. We added some of our own to the set.


Image from Amazon

We also had 2 dig kits this month. A chose to do the Bug Dig Kit and James opted for the Dino Fossil one. Both of these kits retail for about £9.99 and are for age 8 upwards.

A took this one very seriously as he had been waiting for another dig kit after enjoying the mini dig kits we reviewed last time.

In these kits there are not 1 but THREE fossils to uncover and again, we have the booklets to look at which are so interesting. A's kit had 3 different bugs to look at, none of which we have heard of before so we also learnt about a few bug species!




We discovered a Scorpion, Fortune Beetle and a Spiny Spider in a marble  to keep them safe. They got a little scratched by the tool but you can see them perfectly fine, we've added ours to the collection of dig kit findings!

James did have a go at his and loved finding the dinosaur tooth the most, it has gone with his shark tooth!

We've really loved participating in the Bandai Ambassador programme and we hope you all enjoyed the fantastic STEM kits we have shared over the past few months. I think they will make some fantastic Christmas gifts and stocking fillers! Please check out Bandai.co.uk for more information and click below to read our previous posts.

STEM Sea Monkeys and Crystal Growing!
STEM Build Your Own Volcano
STEM Mini Dig Kits

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