School Science was kind of a let down for my son. You see before we went to school we did science stuff at home. We made slime, built dinosaur bone kits, we would mix colors together to see what we ended up with. We grew crystals and so much more. School science is done from a book and I am in no way cutting it down at all. It was just a let down for my son. He likes to experiment and be hands on with science. Fear not readers because this mama had a plan and that was to keep doing our little science stuff at home :)
And thanks to Stomp Rocket we had a blast last night.... Quite literally lol
We all know how important it is for kids to learn STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and math). So why not start early and get young children interested through play? StompRocket Ultra LED is an ingenious way to get kids running and jumping while also exploring the wide and exciting world of science in the great outdoors.
These 100% kid-powered rockets make learning fun and easy through active play. With everystomp, kids will get loads of exercise while experiencing science, engineering and technology in action, including:Gravity – What goes up must come down!
Force – How hard they stomp determines how high the rockets fly.
Trajectory – Kids can launch these rockets at different angles to see whether they'll fly higher or farther.
The Power of Air — That’s what makes it all possible!
Each Ultra LED Stomp Rocket has a light-emitting diode (LED) inside, so they’re also fun to play with after dusk. Plus, those LEDs can inspire an exploration of the science behind light, energy and environmental-friendliness. (Do your kids know LED light bulbs are more efficient than incandescent light bulbs and most fluorescent bulbs?)
You can get your kids excited about science (and get them exercising too) by heading to select Dick's Sporting Goods stores to pick up a Stomp Rocket® Ultra LED today. Visitwww.DicksSportingGoods.com to find a store near you.
I love that it is great for kids of all ages. My oldest the science lover already knew that stomping hard will get it higher. ANd that tilting it would make it go at a different angle (my poor car was normally the target) My youngest though who is 5 was also entranced! I loved watching him figure it out and when he started to realize he could stomp harder to make it go higher. He was learning and having fun at the same time!!