DIY STEM Solar System Bracelet (A Great Stocking Stuffer)

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Want a cool STEM stocking stuffer? We do, too. And we found it with Rosie Research’s DIY Solar System Bracelet! Of course, you can make and gift this crafty learning bracelet any time of the year.

Rosie Research is the brainchild of Dr. Erica, a scientist mom who wants kids to be passionate about science. Read more about her journey here.

DIY STEM Solar System Bracelet (A Great Stocking Stuffer)

DIY STEM Solar System Bracelet (A Great Stocking Stuffer)

The DIY Solar System Bracelet kit arrives in a cute little box. Each kit comes with a rhinestone sun, beads representing each planet (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune), a metallic gold bead for the Ceres asteroid belt, black beads representing space, fishing line, clasps and crimps and decorative star beads.

DIY STEM Solar System Bracelet (A Great Stocking Stuffer)

To do the project, you’ll need about 15 minutes and pliers.

DIY STEM Solar System Bracelet (A Great Stocking Stuffer)

The directions are clear and easy to follow.

DIY STEM Solar System Bracelet (A Great Stocking Stuffer)

If your child is studying space at school, this will make a great visual reminder of the planets. (Along with the memory mnemonic: “My Very Excellent Mother Just Served Us Noodles”.)

DIY STEM Solar System Bracelet (A Great Stocking Stuffer)

Doesn’t the finished solar system bracelet look awesome!?

Go Here to BUY this bracelet.

STOCKING STUFFERS for KIDS AND TEENS Ages 3 – 13

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2 Responses

  1. Wanda Bacigalupi says:

    Hi! Loved the solar bracelets. Our 3 Granddaughters put them together last week on our vacation. Just to let you know, only one had the clasps attached. So Grandpa had to help out and attach the clasps (more difficult for the girls to do) Also one had a broken star so again Grandpa helped out to make the bracelet work.
    The project was more difficult than I expected, but we got the job done. I am not sure if I would recommend this product.

    1. Oh, no! I wonder if you got a bad batch? I’m so sorry to hear this. 🙁 Have you contacted the company?

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