Beaker Creatures Liquid Reactor Super Lab {Review & Giveaway}

Science, especially if it involves an experiment or two is always a welcome activity at our house. The kids learn lots about science at school and always come home buzzing about the lessons they’ve had. They love learning all about how things work and if there’s a chance to get messy in the process all the better. A Beaker Creatures Liquid Reactor Super Lab by Learning Resources arrived for us to review and excitement levels were high.

With the Beaker Creatures Liquid Reactor Lab you can play scientist to extract, identify and explore the surprise Beaker Creatures, collectibles from another planet. The 15 piece set includes:

  • 2 Reactor Pods with Beaker Creatures inside
  • 1 Base
  • 2 Beakers
  • 2 Hydroplungers
  • 1 Set of tongs
  • 1 Stir rod
  • 2 Classification cards
  • 2 Mini-posters
  • 1 Full size poster
  • 1 Experiment guide

Setting up the lab was quick and easy, it only took me a couple of minutes and it wasn’t long before it was time for the mini-scientists to get to work.

The first task for the mini-scientists involved dropping their chosen reactor pods into the chamber, look at that concentration on Jake’s face.  Daisy couldn’t wait to see what would happen, she said the reactor pods were just like bath bombs and she hoped they would fizz. Jake loves any activity that involves water so he was very excited about the next part.

They carefully filled the hydroplungers with water from their beakers, they did need a little help from mummy  to place them back into the pumps. Pressing down the hydroplungers to pump the liquid into the chamber was lots of fun.

Jake was delighted when the reactor pod started to fizz and bubble as the chamber filled with liquid. This can get incredibly messy, so I’m pleased that the set included an overflow tray.

Next came the really exciting part, it was time to extract the Beaker Creatures and use the classification card to identify them. There are 35 creatures to collect, with 5 special 24 carat creatures to find too if you are lucky.

Jake found one of the Frostonians called Cubey in his reactor pod and Daisy found the super cute Calamari from the Oceanites. The kids definitely want to collect lots more creatures, they are all so colourful and I love that you need to use the classification cards to find out which one you have got.

Inside the lab’s experiment guide there are some other real world science experiment ideas to do. They all sound really good and we will definitely be testing some of them out soon.

What We Loved About Beaker Creatures Liquid Reactor Super Lab

  • How easy the super lab is to assemble
  • The surprise collectible element of the experiment
  • That the experiment and equipment was really easy for the kids to use themselves
  • Cute Beaker Creatures with their own personalities
  • The fizzing of the reactor pods
  • That it teaches science and STEM in a fun way

Beaker Creatures Liquid Reactor Super Lab is suitable for ages 5+ and is available to buy from Learning Resources,  Amazon, and other good toy retailers.

If you would like the chance to win a Beaker Creatures Liquid Reactor Super Lab you can enter the giveaway below using the gleam app. Make sure you come back daily for an extra bonus entry. Have a read the terms and conditions and good luck with your entry.

Terms & Conditions

  • Entrants must be over 18 years old.
  • Open to UK entries only.
  • The Closing date is 03.12.2018 11.59pm.
  • The prize is a Beaker Creatures Liquid Reactor Super Lab game as stated above.
  • The winner will be selected at random from all valid entries and contacted by email.
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Disclosure: We were sent Beaker Creatures Liquid Reactor Super Lab free for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.

90 thoughts on “Beaker Creatures Liquid Reactor Super Lab {Review & Giveaway}

  1. I was a big fan of geography. Partially because I was good at it, and have always enjoyed praise lol But also, I also have a real interest in the world and other cultures. I always have done, not sure where it came from. My son is way more into science at the moment, but he is only little. He’s really hoping for this set for Christmas!

  2. Art, I studied for 19 periods a week out of 40 and took my O level a year early, back in the day it was all I wanted to do

  3. My favourite subject at school was art as i love drawing and being creative with colours so i really enjoyed art when we got to paint and draw.

  4. My favourite subject at school had to be German. I always wanted to be a linguist and be on Euro vision song Contest to read out the scores!

  5. My favourite was art because it was better than having to do lots of written work, nice giveaway by the way – my oldest loves experiments – he’s forever mixing my hand wash with all sorts of different things to see what will happen lol

  6. I was good at reading so was able to help younger children with theirs. When I was older, history was my thing as it is fascinating.

  7. I always loved maths as a child because I have always loved puzzles and working things out and love that there is always an answer.

  8. I loved art and drama because I used to love to be creative and expressive, plus it was always really fun so it didn’t feel like work

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