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Extreme Chemistry Lab: Advanced STEM students will have a blast

Kidsday reporters Shane Musacchio, left, and Jake Laudenslager

Kidsday reporters Shane Musacchio, left, and Jake Laudenslager tested Discovery's Extreme Chemistry Lab. Credit: Newsday/Pat Mullooly

Extreme Chemistry Lab (Discovery) might be for older kids because there is a fire experiment and it said only older people can do it; otherwise, it is really fun. This chemistry set comes with six test tubes, three mixing sticks, a lab holder and a plastic spoon, and five chemicals to make 20 different experiments.

It is very fun! It is real science, so there is foam and there are explosions. We think this is for older kids, with an adult nearby to help. Also we think this is only for kids who like chemistry, and this is a high-quality chemistry set. It is great that it comes with all the necessary ingredients. We do think they should make the stickers better because they did not work.

We love science. It is fun and real! It has really cool experiments. It has everything you need in a chemistry set.

Ages: 12 and older

Rating: 5 smiles out of 5

Kathryn Hunter’s fourth-grade class, South Country Elementary School, Bay Shore

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