Your question was sent to several chemists and the answer may be disappointing. Due to modern day child safety concerns and sensitivity to liability through civil suits, today's chemistry sets are rather bland. Chemists who answered this felt the Smithsonian set was probably a good choice. They also said there was no need for a bunsen burner, which is very hot. An alcohol flame such as that used to heat fondue dishes was suggested, or a candle. In Canada most science centres in large cities sell chemistry sets so you could try there. An alternative is to search for websites about "Amateur Chemistry" and see what you can work out for yourself from things available around the house and at the local drug store. Examples are:
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