SONIC Spangler Deep Space

Another Spangler Science Lesson from SONIC® Drive-In
Now you can eat a burger, drink a limeade and enjoy some cool science experiments from Steve Spangler Science at your local SONIC, America’s Drive-In. We’re excited to announce the release of 4 new books and toys created in partnership with SONIC as part of their Wacky Pack® kids’ meal. This Deep Space series includes a Flying Saucer optical illusion, a Levitating Coney Rocket, a Planet Decoder and a Deep Space Experiment Guide developed in conjunction with our good friend and amazing space educator, Eddie Goldstein. Sonic Spangler Science

“SONIC is delighted to partner with Steve Spangler Science as part of our Accent on Education program,” said Tamara Stanley, director of segment marketing for SONIC® Drive-In®. “At SONIC, we blend fun with education by including interactive educational toys in our Wacky Pack kids’ meal. The Deep Space books and toys are a great example of how we help our youngest guests understand how fun learning can be.”

All of the SONIC Wacky Pack toys are cool, but my personal favorites are the Deep Space Adventures book and Planet Decoder – a special red filter decodes the science information about each planet.

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4 replies
  1. Michael Pearce
    Michael Pearce says:

    Dear Mr. Spangler,

    I believe what your doing is so on target that I have placed one of your videos on our home page! Our site is a free resource for tens of thousands of teachers around the world. I hope you will come to the site, create a group page and contribute some resources so even more teachers will find you and your site.

    Regards,

    Mike Pearce

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  2. Tsinnie
    Tsinnie says:

    I was able to find glass milk bottles at wild oats(which is now whole foods) that should work for this experiment.

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  3. Erika
    Erika says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!
    As a mother of two young children who LOVE science but get very little exposure in the public schools, I am thrilled with what you are doing for our youngsters. I was a biology major in college and have always believed that exposing my kids to science from a young age was fundamental to their love of learning, developing their curiosity and experiencing the world. And you make it SO much fun! How I wish I could come work for you!
    Keep up the awesome work!

    Erika

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  4. Steve Spangler
    Steve Spangler says:

    Thanks so much for the kind comments. Our partnership with SONIC and their marketing team has been a wonderful experience for everyone at Steve Spangler Science. I just wish I could tell you what we have planned for an upcoming promotion 🙂

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