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Project Mc2 McKeyla McAlister Play Doh Lava Light Science Experiment + Frozen Princess Barbie Doll

New Science Experiment with Mckeyla McAlister and Disney Frozen Princess Anna Dolls! Project Mc2 Lava Light or Lava Lamp Experiment and decorating with Play Doh!

Project Mc2 is a team of four super-smart and seriously cool girls who use their love of science and their spy skills as they go on missions for secret organization, NOV8 (that’s “innovate”!). They’re real girls with real skills ready to take on anything. Now an original series, only on Netflix! Now you can perform an experiment at home with Adrienne Attoms, Project Mc2’s resident culinary chemist (yes, it’s a thing!). Create a volcano eruption just using safe household ingredients. Picking up S.T.E.A.M. with Science-Technology-Engineering-Art-Math: ‘Lava’ will spurt out of the mouth of the mini volcano with help of a little vinegar, baking soda and dish soap. The baking soda, which acts as a base, neutralizes the acid in the vinegar. Together, there is a release of carbon dioxide gas, which causes the fizzing action in your volcano. Pretty cool, right? Doll Set Features: Comes with premium articulated Adrienne doll, dressed in a totally cool outfit that reflects her personality and individual style. Look closely — so many pretty details! Accessories for the doll include: her glasses, lab beaker flask, comb and doll stand Also includes a fun science activity: 3″ volcano and pipette dropper to experiment again and again

Barbie DOLL in Spanish – muñeca, French – poupée, Russian – kukla, Chinese – Wáwá, 娃娃, German – Puppe, Italian – bambola, Japanese – Ningyō, 人形, Korean – inhyeong, 인형, Swedish – docka

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Toys in Spanish – juguetes, French – jouets, Russian – igrushki, Chinese – Wánjù, 玩具, German – Spielzeug, Italian – giocattoli, Japanese – Toizu, トイズ, Korean – jangnangam, 장난감, Irish – bréagáin, Swedish – leksaker

Play-Doh Languages – Playdough, Plasticine, Plastilina, Plastiline, plasticina, Modellera, Crayola, Massinha, 플레이 도우, Knetmasse “Softee Dough” “Moon Dough” “modelling clay” “Pâte à Modeler”

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Music By Kevin Macleod


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