Scientist Role Play Set
An inspiring costume and apparatus for young Madame Curies and Louis Pasteurs. Discover great things in the spectacular world of science. Designed for 5 - 8 year olds.
Contains an official white lab coat with a reusable name tag, made from high quality material for years of experimenting fun. Little scientists will love the six illustrated experiments that are included - which can be conducted at home using the set's goggles, non-breakable beaker, test tube, petri dish, measuring spoons, and hypothesis card.
Detailed information on the scientific method make this a role play set that's fun and educational.
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Standard DeliveryOur Standard UK delivery charge is £2.99. All in-stock orders will be dispatched within 2 working days and orders are fulfilled Monday – Friday (not including bank holidays).
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Why they'll love itLots of great accessories included to make the lucky recipient really feel like a scientist. The suggested experiments allow them to get experimenting straight away. Today the kitchen table, tomorrow Stockholm Sweden (Nobel Prize!).
Child friendly scientific information included.
Why you'll love itWe love the unisex promotional pictures used by Melissa & Doug on this range. This is a great outfit for boys and girls.
On a practical note, packaging and hanger can be used as storage bag to hang up in wardrobe.
We feel passionately about giving children real options in their dressing up opportunities. Women are underrepresented in the science industries and girls are less likely to choose A'levels and degrees in certain sciences (than boys). Introducing science to boys and girls through play is an important early step to help try and increase gender equality in STEM.