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Your kids are going to go WILD over these Ultimate Wild! Science Prize Packs that we are giving away (4 prize packs in total).

Each Wild! Science Pack includes: Crystal Geode Factory, Alien Autopsy Lab, My First Disgusting Science Kit, Stop Motion – Safari Movies kit and a Weird Slime Lab! Valued at $150 each.

Most parents agree, kids today must be Science and Tech savvy to make the best of their future. With Wild Science kits, everything kids make is unique – but they need to have mastered skills and applied their new knowledge to get this far.

What can be better than a child emerging from the kitchen ‘lab’ to present friends and family each with a personalised ‘soap’ creation full of scientific surprises!

Every WILD session uses hands to create products that are truly valued and useable. Not only are these kits educational, but they’re fun too!

Children naturally love to learn ‘exciting stuff’, so Wild Science kits cover a range of activities to entice young minds. All kits also include easy to follow, brightly coloured instructions – which we think makes our kits the most accessible and fun on the market!


Selected Wild Science Kits available at Australian Geographic, Big W, Kidstuff, Myer, Target and Toymate, Toy World and all good toy retailers.

For more information visit www.ugames.com.au.

Please note this competition is open fromĀ 13 September 2018 until 15 October 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. A. KenmanQLD
  2. S. CoetzeeQLD
  3. C. D'arsie-RenoACT
  4. A. DegreefQLD
  • The disgusting science kit as hes a boy of course. boys love snot, farts and all things gross haha

  • My First Disgusting Science Kit would suit my son to a “T” with his appetite for gew, yuck and blobs, and any sort of stink!

  • weird slime goo lab because my kids love slime!

  • The Slime goo lab, I could see a whole day spent creating ang playing with this, yes please!

  • The “My First Disgusting Science Kit” would be the winner in this house! My 8 year old son and his almost 6 year old little brother love anything and everything gross at the moment so this would be perfect!

  • My First Backyard Explorer Science Kit – for a little boy who loves to find treasures and learn about his environment!

  • Probably The My First Disgusting Science Kit as she likes thinks squishy and goopy. Always finding gross stuff funny, as kids always do!

  • My sons are really intrigued as to how TV shows and movies are made, especially animated cartoons. They film their own little skits and scenarios with their toys, so they would absolutely love the Stop Motion Animation – Safari Movies kit! They would make the funniest, craziest Safari movies!

  • Probably will regret this if they win, but the Body Parts Joke Lab looks like heaps of fun!

  • Slime Goo lab, she is making slime every day, some relief of having to buy glue and glitter and paint and and and will be a lovely relief.

  • My stepson would definitely love the ant jungle as he as recently said he would like one and is fascinated by them.

  • Alien Autopsy Lab as let’s face it, we’re looking for ET.

  • My boy would love the Safari Movies, cause that’s one of the Science kits he doesn’t have already :)

  • Slime Goo Lab will definitely make my girls happy. Because its messy!

  • My kids love to get sticky and gooey so it would have to be the Weird Slime Goo Lab.

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