Smithsonian® Glow in the Dark Giant Volcano Kit

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Build and erupt your own volcano! This kit was developed by a real volcanologist from the Smithsonian Institution. Glow-in-the-dark lava provides an excellent lights-out experience. Learn the difference between six types of volcanoes. For ages 8 and up.
 
Contents:
  • 2 volcano bases (14"/35 cm)
  • Eruption tube
  • 4 double stick tapes
  • 5 color paints (0.077 oz./2.3 ml)
  • Color glow paint (0.202 oz./6 ml)
  • 2 roll plaster strips
  • Foam tape
  • String
  • Sponge
  • Color poster (23" x 17"/58cm x 43cm) 
Build and erupt your own volcano! This kit was developed by a real volcanologist from the Smithsonian Institution. Glow-in-the-dark lava provides an excellent lights-out experience. Learn the difference between six types of volcanoes. For ages 8 and up.
 
Contents:
  • 2 volcano bases (14"/35 cm)
  • Eruption tube
  • 4 double stick tapes
  • 5 color paints (0.077 oz./2.3 ml)
  • Color glow paint (0.202 oz./6 ml)
  • 2 roll plaster strips
  • Foam tape
  • String
  • Sponge
  • Color poster (23" x 17"/58cm x 43cm) 

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Smithsonian® Glow in the Dark Giant Volcano Kit 1 5 1 1
Very disappointing... I purchased this to do with my nephews over the weekend and I feel like it was a waste. The kit itself looks amazing and exciting but there are some major flaws with this. 1. Once you put the volcano together, you have to paint it. They provide paint and a sponge, but the amount of paint they give you BARELY covers 1/4 of the volcano. I checked the instructions and it said "use paint included, paint from home, and sponge to paint your volcano". Call me needy, but I think a kit should come with enough paint to actually cover the item. I didn't have paint on hand to cover the rest, so we had quite an ugly volcano. 2. The package makes it look like you're going to have an exciting volcanic eruption #thanks, marketing#, but in reality what you get is the worlds tiniest overflow of bubbles. My 3 nephews were so excited to see it erupt and when it happened, they were still waiting to see it. That's how tiny the "eruption" is. We ended up putting baking soda in a large cup off to the side and dumping some vinegar in to give them a big explosion. I would not recommend this product at all. May 19, 2014
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