Club SciKidz STEM Box Veterinary Medicine

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Exciting projects and experiments in Veterinary Medicine

  • LEARN HOW TO PERFORM A PHYSICAL EXAM on a pet which is essential in evaluating an animals' condition. Our activity guide includes an animal vital sign chart and a heartworm cycle diagram. Each kit includes a real stethoscope, a well supplied first aid kit (10 Items), along with an AVMA Pet First Aid brochure for those family pet emergencies.
  • LEARN ABOUT THE BATTLE AGAINST DISEASE that veterinarians face every day. Explore animal ear infections. Construct an origami microscope ( The Foldscope) and discover how to collect specimens and prepare dry and wet mount slides. Hunt for yeast in your pet's ear and observe the fungi under the microscope. Formulate a pet ear solution from our secret formulas.
  • THE SUTURING WORKSHOP PROVIDES a basic understanding of suturing techniques. We include a needle driver (Hemostat), disposable scalpel -Handle with caution! tissue forceps (Pickups), suture removal kit, and non-latex gloves. Start learning to suture on fruits such as oranges, apples, and grapes. Take things to the next level by going to the butcher shop for some chicken legs or pigs feet!
  • BUILD AND DISCOVER HOW A HEART PUMP WORKS, in our engineering/technology build. Discover how pigs share several traits with humans. Using our included dog bone cookie cutter and amazing recipe, you can bake up some of your own dog treats for your furry friends.
  • EACH VET KIT INCLUDES A FULL COLOR 26 PAGE ACTIVITY GUIDE which details all the exciting experiments and activities. We include the exclusive Club SciKidz lab notebook, 24 micro experiments and observations, scientists who inspire, science quotes and riddles, and even a splash of science fiction. We offer 100% satisfaction guarantee- for more than 24 years, Club SciKidz has provided engaging and fun STEM experiment and projects to young scientists and engineers around the world.
    Plenty of fun activities to keep your future veterinarian busy!

    Check out our blog article on Veterinary Medicine for more great information!