Galt Toys has launched Really Rotten Experiments, a new science kit from its Horrible Science range. Based on the bestselling books by Nick Arnold, this Horrible Science kit is all about discovery, in loads of horribly fantastic ways.
Online PR News – 22-May-2012 – Cheadle Cheshire – Galt Toys has launched Really Rotten Experiments (http://www.galttoys.com/index.cfm/Really%20Rotten%20Experiments/1002/productid/1105287/refpage/1012/refelement/1064), a new science kit from its Horrible Science range. Based on the bestselling books by Nick Arnold, this Horrible Science kit is all about discovery, in loads of horribly fantastic ways.
Like all Horrible Science kits, Really Rotten Experiments is science with the squishy stuff left in. The kit allows children to try their hand at weird and wonderful experiments, discovering the nasty bits about the human body while learning without noticing.
Suitable for children aged ten and above, Really Rotten Experiments contains ten fiendishly foul experiments children will love. Children will be able to play pranks on their family and friends by hiding a cockroach in soap, moulding fake poo or even making vile vomit and ghastly green slime.
John McDonnell, Managing Director at Galt Toys, comments: “We are massive fans of the Horrible History and Science collection, so we’re delighted for this kit to be added to our ever growing range.
“The science kits really do make learning fun, and science is always going to be at the heart of the school curriculum so it merits the most effective and imaginative teaching techniques - making the Horrible Science range perfect. I only wish they were around when I was a child!”
Really Rotten Experiments retails at £15.99, available now from www.galttoys.com
Contents: plastic stomach, vinegar, funnel, bicarbonate of soda, goggles, plaster of Paris, poo mould, paints and paintbrush, green food colouring, fart pot, glycerine soap pieces, beaker, microwave tray, soap mould, pipette, plastic cockroach, 36-page Top Secret Lab Notebook.
About Galt Toys
James Galt & Co. Ltd. has been established for over 175 years. James Galt himself was born at Stewarton in Ayrshire and set up as an educational stockist in Manchester in 1836. In the 1850s the company expanded into printing and publishing and in 1957 the company moved from Manchester to Cheadle in Cheshire. In 1961 the Galt Toys division was formed.
Galt produces and sells quality toys which meet the needs of all stages of child development from 0-10 years. Galt products are designed to be fun and to encourage learning through play. Traditionally the company is associated with art, craft and activity products. In more recent years Galt has established a name for itself in the First Years category with the innovative awarded winning Playnest.