Q: What is the appropriate age range for this subscription?Asked by Allan G., September 2020
Genius Box is geared towards 8-12 year olds.
Q: Are there enough supplies for 2 people to use one subscription box?Asked by Allan G., September 2020
Q: What is the suggested age range for this subscription?Asked by Allan G., September 2020
Q: When is my subscription billed?Asked by Allan G., September 2020
Subscription renewals are billed on the 1st of the month.
This box is filled with multiple activities that all work together to teach a theme. I ordered it for my 4 year old and it was a little to advanced for her. It requires understanding of about a 2nd grader.
My granddaughter who is 9 loves doing these experiments, we had to make her wait a day in-between to make the joy last. She has learned so much, can't wait for todays
Aww you are so sweet, we wish your granddaughter many wonderful STEMventures ahead!
Totally screwed up the name on the box so my nephew had no idea it was for him :(
Updated Comment: Please note that the shipping address is provided by the customer and we copy and paste it for the shipping labels. I do believe this was a misunderstanding and the default shipping address on the order was from a previous order the customer placed, which was a sibling's name of the intended recipient.
Original Comment: We are sorry we screwed the name up on the box. We have reached out to you by email-- please send us the correct name so we can get this right! We are sorry for the mix-up and do thank you for giving Genius Box a try.
Can you create both an an aircraft (vehicle that travels through air) and a spacecraft (vehicle that flies into space)? Using the items in the kit, design a hovercraft and a rocket ship, plus learn about the atmosphere all around us!
Geologists use their observation skills to examine what they find— first to describe, and then to determine, what it may be. It is your turn to examine the rocks and fossils found in this kit, in order to help identify what they could be.
After a rigorous application process, you have been chosen as the lucky photographer to ride on a space shuttle and take photos of our solar system. But, before you can go, you must pass the space explorer training test. There are four separate modules you must complete on the test before you can go on the out-of-this-world adventure. Mission: Explore the four space modules-- stars, sun, moon, and planets-- to complete the space explorer training.
How do you keep yourself healthy? Do you exercise regularly, eat fruits and vegetables, and wash your hands so you don’t spread germs? Well, there are people out there whose job it is to help keep us healthy! Let’s learn about some human body basics that keep you healthy! Mission: It is important to learnthe basics of the human body first in any type of job that cares for people. Get ready to start your medical training to helping people stay healthy!
Science experiments often begin in the lab, but their results can have very important uses in the real world! This Genius Box kit contains some fun activities that will let you experiment and research likea scientist, while also learning about why these types of findings from the lab are useful in real life. Mission: Put your safety glasses on and begin experimenting to gather information and conduct research! Test pH, make instant snow, and create slime!
Learn all about the tools used to bend light and how they work! Explore spectroscopes and diffraction gratings in their attempt to split light, learn how concave and convex lenses in binoculars and magnifying glasses work to make things much bigger, plus decorate your own sun-catcher in November's illuminating Genius Box kit.
It’s the grand opening of your aunt and uncle’s new restaurant this weekend, but their sous chef hasn’t shown up! Learn all about mixtures and solutions to help them prep for the big day. Activities Include: Magic Sand, Does It Mix? Emulsion Experiment, and DIY Crazy Crystals
Your class is taking a field trip to The Paper Factory, a wonderful interactive art museum that focuses on— you guessed it— paper! While there, you and your classmates are given a creative challenge: Artist In Training:Time to get creative! Complete 4 paper activitiesusing the following types of paper: -Sun Print Paper -Origami Paper -Filter Paper -Paper Balloon Mission: Flex your creative muscle and explore where science and art meets!
Your Science Explorers Club is helping with a river cleanup. Your teacher shows you how to make a water filter from natural materials, plus test the water quality. In addition you learn about the water cycle, and even get to make a mini-water cycle of your own.
The "Thinker Kit" Genius Box is full of challenges to get your brain crankin’!Can you solve the puzzles within? You will notice there are many puzzles within this Thinker Kit to challenge your wits, all with differing degrees of difficulty. Take your time, take a deep breath, exhibit some patience and see if you can take on these puzzle-time challenges. There may even be more than one way to solve a puzzle. See what solutions you can find!
Get ready to experiment and experience thermodynamics! Thermo-what-ics? Thermodynamics is the branch of physical science that deals with the relations between heat and other forms of energy and, by extension, the relationships between all forms of energy! In this kit you will explore the concepts of conduction, convection, and radiation through three hands-on activities, plus a bonus DIY!
The Challenge: You have been chosen as your class representative to take part in your school’s annual Super Duper Design Challenge! Contestants compete in three separate activities to showcase their creative, problem- solving, and engineering abilities. In each activity, you will be given a specific set of materials and considerations to think about. The rest is up to you! What will you build?