National Geographic Glow in the Dark Meteor
Kids will create their own glow-in-the-dark bouncy ball in this hands-on science kit. Simply pour the polymer powders into the mold and submerge it in water. Once the mixture sets, pop the meteor out it’s mold and you’ll have a real bouncy ball that also glows in the dark! Kids can use any light source from home to charge the meteor and make it glow in the dark. The meteor ball is 1.5” in diameter
- 2 meteor ballsGlow-in-the-dark polymer powderorange polymer powdergray polymer powder
- Kids will get enough material to make two bouncy, glow-in-the-dark meteor balls.
- The first step is to mold the ball with glow-in-the-dark polymer powder, orange polymer powder, & gray polymer powder.
- Once the mixture sets, kids will have a toy they can play with for hours.