Christmas is almost here. It’s a time of giving, family, enormous credit card bills, and turkey-induced food-poisoning. If you’re a parent, it’s also a time where you’ve got to deal with kids who are out of school, and therefore bored.
If you’re looking for something to occupy your teen’s time, you could do worse than GE’s Labracadabra. These are a family of mind-expanding science sets which start at the allowance-friendly price of $29.99.
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At launch, there are six on offer, and they all demonstrate an important scientific concept, like exothermic reactions and sound waves. And yes. There’s also one that sees you create a ‘volcano’ using household items.
You can order a Labracadabra from today. It’s clearly a far better option than watching endless repeats of Bad Santa.