A microbiology magnetic word set to create jokes, prose and poetry celebrating the microscopic world of microbiology. This set was carefully designed by microbiologist Dr. Susanna Harris (Twitter, IG) to have the most useful and fun words to "write" about microbes! Make sure to tag Dr. Harris on your favorite platform with your word magnet creations to become a #microbeinfluencer! (she said we could say this...)
Pair this set with our Academia, Science basics or specialty field sets to make a unique vocabulary for your experience. Bundle 4 sets to get $5 off and free expedited shipping in the USA!
The 144-tile Starter Set ($3) is required to form sentences. It includes science basics like "experiment", basic pronouns, linking words like "and", "the", and endings like "ed" and "y".
We recommend 1 starter set per 4 specialty sets. Choose "Yes" above to include a Starter set. Cannot be purchased separately.
0.375" (1 cm) tall, width varies. Exact fit and font to other popular word magnet sets.
144 tiles ea. Roughly 130 words plus endings and punctuation.
One blank tile. Write your own word with dry erase or Sharpie!
Shipped in 72-word sheets that are easily pulled apart.
PG-13 level words. Office and family friendly while still funny!
Each set carefully designed by an expert in the field.
Made in the USA.
USA: Free shipping by envelope, no tracking (5-15 days). Standard shipping (3-7 day with tracking) available at checkout for about $3 or free when you bundle 4 sets!
Canada: Standard shipping (5-15 day with tracking) available for additional charge (calculated at checkout).
UK, Europe, Japan, Korea and Australia:. Shipping calculated at checkout. Usually $10-$18 for 1-2 sets.
Rest of world: Shipping calculated at checkout.
There are 171,476 words in the English language. These science word magnet sets have 144 tiles each. You could just write anything on a dry erase board. Why is this more fun? The power of creative constraints.
When you can write anything, the paralysis of choice often leaves you writing nothing.
So we've done the hard work for you and chosen words for specific fields in science and academia. All you have to do is arrange them!