The new science activity kit from Griddly Games, Inc.
Just Add Milk, the new science activity kit from Griddly Games
Just Add Milk (for one or more children, ages 5 and up) is the fun and easy experiment kit that comes with everything you need, except the milk.
Explore amazing, safe, chemical reactions that include one-of-a-kind vibrant color displays and cool color burst demonstrations, among other explosive results.
The company hints that the initial Just Add Milk product will be a cornerstone to a line Just Add _(ingredient)__ products that will establish the company’s STEM category of products.
About Griddly Games: Griddly Games are games that get you going. The company, based in Richmond, near Vancouver, British Columbia, creates award-winning party and board games that deliver innovative, engaging fun that brings people together. Founded in 2007 by Reisa Schwartzman, a mother of three boys, who took it upon herself to deliver wholesome family fun that multiple ages could enjoy at once, Griddly Games offers products that inspire laughter and fun, while promoting an active and healthy lifestyle. Griddly Games instill a strict company philosophy to encourage social interaction, learning, strategy and challenges that anyone (from across the grid) can enjoy.
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This was a pretty neat art project. It was a little messy and I wasn't sure how I'd like it since it used milk and how the art would smell after. The box comes with a variety of different ideas you can do with your child, but they all basically deal with milk, adding the coloring, and swirling around with paper to make some sort of design.
The booklet that came with it gave insight as to why certain things worked with little science tips here and there to learn. One box comes with the ability to do several science experiments. This kept my daughter entertained on a rainy day.
At this point, we've used up all the paper that came in the kit, so I am hoping that regular paper will work the next time she wants to play with this. When the artwork dried, it gave ideas about turning it into card to give someone or gift tags.
I would get this for my daughter again. She had a great time with it, and she is older, so this was something she was able to do on her own with little supervision. Clean up wasn't too bad when we were done.