Thursday, 7 November 2019

Christmas Giveaway: Learning Resources Beaker Creatures Alien Experiment Lab (age 5+)

I love Learning Resources toys. They introduce younger children to all kinds of skills that they'll use for their lifetime, while playing with some of the best toys around. I'm delighted that they are giving one of my readers a Beaker Creatures Alien Experiment Lab as a Christmas present.

Recommended for children aged around 5-9, the Alien Experiment Lab includes over 20 different experiments for your young scientists to try...

Beaker Creatures Alien Experiment Lab (age 5+) Pack shot

There are 18 pieces in your set, including a Slime Station and Slime Extruder, Creature Mold and Pod Maker. There are also 2 collectible little Beaker Creatures Aliens hidden inside Reactor Pods. There is loads to excite any youngster.

Beaker Creatures Alien Experiment Lab box contents

I haven't reviewed this set because my boys are bigger now and I thought it would be wasted on them, but I can tell from reading other people's reviews that they would still enjoy it. Making the Reactor Pods fizz to release the Beaker Creatures inside, and then making your own sounds awesome.

Beaker Creatures Alien Experiment Lab reactor pods in a boy's hand

There is slime, dough and those fizzing water-soluble Reactor Pods. What more does any curious Primary School child need?

Learning resources STEM toys dough making aliens

Your child might have a good idea of where to start, but included are a 20-page full-colour experiment booklet and 2 mini-posters filled with quiz questions inspired by real-world science facts, so they'll be able to start to understand the science behind what they are doing.

Beaker Creatures Alien Slime - boy pouring slime through scientific equipment onto beaker creature aliens

There are over 100 Beaker Creature Aliens to collect, and several different Learning Resources Beaker Creatures sets available - all will build on your child's STEM skills and understanding of their real world. 

I'm a big fan of Learning Resources and last year we reviewed their brilliant robot Botley. You can find my Botley The Coding Robot Activity Set review here...


Learning Resources Beaker Creatures Alien Experiment Lab is recommended for children around 5-9 years old and available now at the very reasonable rrp of £19.99, from good toy shops instore and online, including Amazon. Affiliate links below:


To enter the giveaway to win a Learning Resources Beaker Creatures Alien Experiment Lab (age 5+) please use the Gleam form below. It's easy to use, but if you are unsure, there's a Gleam 'how-to' here. None of your details are used for anything other than administrating this giveaway, then deleted.

The giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will end at midnight Sunday 8th December. Full terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form. To see my other Christmas Present Giveaways, of which there are many, take a look at my Giveaways page...

Christmas Giveaway: Learning Resources Beaker Creatures Alien Experiment Lab (age 5+)


We love Learning Resources and received nothing but goodwill in return for this post. Amazon links are affiliate, which means I'll earn a few pence if you order through my link, but you won't pay any more. 

36 comments:

  1. Probably something very clichéd like 'I'm Pippa, welcome to earth!'

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  2. Please don't kill me - I am harmless!

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  3. Looks like a great product

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  4. Fantastic 😀 keeping my fingers crossed 🤞

    Liked and shared 👌

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  5. Hallo, would you like a cup of tea? I'm so English 😂

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  6. 'fancy a brew?' a cuppa is always good for breaking the ice

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  7. How long did it take you find Earth? I would basically be full of questions!

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  8. How many inhabited worlds are there out there?

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  9. Welcome to this green amd pleasant land called England.

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  10. I would ask what they eat and do they poo

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  11. Robert Mark Ward8 November 2019 at 11:47

    Welcome to my world.

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  12. would scream and hope they can't run

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  13. I would say 'where have you come from'.

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  14. I would ask them, How can i help you?

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  15. Isabell Whitenstall9 November 2019 at 14:42

    I would say, welcome to Earth, where are you from

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  16. Howdy partner how are you this fine day

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  17. Hello, sorry about earth, it's probably not as good as the brochures!

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  18. Hello (smile) and then sorta hold my arms out for a hug

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  19. Hi there, what planet are you from and what is your name? :D

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  20. Would you like a cup of coffee?!!!

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  21. I'm not sure i'm aloud to write what i would say. I would be petrified so there would probably be a few swear words before I ran away at top speed

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  22. I’d say - hi, do you fancy a coffee and a chat

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  23. The first thing I would say is "you really should meet Donald trump and Boris Johnson, they would be perfect to take back to your planet"

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  24. Are you friendly? How many of your kind is there?

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  25. The words that would come out of my mouth in a sentence are too naughty to say here as I think I would be in shock and some explicit words would leave my mouth lol!

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  26. Hello,welcome to Earth. Can you tell me about yourself and where you are from?

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  27. I'd probably say something totally inane like "Nice weather we're having today" - trying too hard to look calm

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