Kidsday reporters Arturo Lopez, left, and Arik Alif reviewed Professor...

Kidsday reporters Arturo Lopez, left, and Arik Alif reviewed Professor Maxwell's 4D Science Augmented Reality kit. Credit: Newsday/Pat Mullooly

We tested Professor Maxwell’s 4D Science: Augmented Reality Science Lab, which has a cool VR device that you can see into. A phone is required to use this.

It has all sorts of things you can do. It is a creative game and fun to play with your family. You can play and learn at the same time. It has 10 interactive science projects.

We think this is fun because we can look at cool things with the VR device. We can see ourselves spending a large amount of time playing with this device. It can help you learn a lot more about science. Everything you need (except for the phone) comes right in the box, including beakers, cups, baking soda, paint brushes and lots more. The instructions are simple and have pictures to help you understand what you are doing.

Ages: 8 and older

Rating: 5 smiles out of 5

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

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