Griddly Kids

Just Add Sugar STEAM Science & Art Kit

Regular price $34.00 CAD
Sale price $34.00 CAD Regular price


Get ready to sweeten up your science and art experiments with Just Add Sugar! This bio-organic STEAM kit is designed to make learning at home easy and fun, using supplies you already have. With everything you need included, simply add the missing ingredient, and you're ready to dive into a world of creative exploration.

Unleash your inner artist and scientist with over 15 exciting activities, from making your own candy and sugar cubes to creating homemade soap. Discover the wonders of chemical reactions, supersaturation, and crystallization as you delve into the fascinating world of sugar science.

Designed for kids ages 8 and up, Just Add Sugar is perfect for fostering a love for science and art in young minds. The kit features instructions in English, Spanish, and French, making it accessible to a wide range of budding scientists and artists.

Get your hands on this sweet STEAM kit and watch as the interests of artists and scientists alike are sweetened! Plus, when you purchase at least 2 cases of each product from the Just Add Line, you'll receive a free floor display for easy showcasing.

Ignite curiosity and creativity at home with Just Add Sugar – where science and art blend together in a delightful and educational experience.

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Pickup available at Richmond Warehouse

Usually ready in 24 hours

Just Add Sugar STEAM Science & Art Kit

  • Richmond Warehouse

    Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

    5960 No 6 Rd
    Richmond BC V6V 1Z1


  • Our STEAM and STEM games are designed to provide unparalleled creativity and learning opportunities for young minds.

  • Elevate your daily routine with expertly designed products that combine science and art.

  • Eco-conscious choice with our sustainably sourced materials. Make a difference with your purchase.

  • Experience the joy of owning science and art kits and games that ignite curiosity and inspire creativity in young minds