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Shooting Potatoes with Ellen
There’s a sneak peek video just posted on the Ellen Show site with the Dancing Fire demo and the last part of the shooting potatoes segment. If you have a second, post a comment on the show site.
I’d like to make the potato shooter 3000 for my grandkids. Do you have step by step directions available?
Hey! Chris Brogan directed me here. Very cool – will watch tomorrow.
Saw you on ellen today and I sat there saying I know this guy! How do I know him! I realized you used to come to my classroom at cherry creek elementary back in 94/95. I remember going back home and doing the corn starch and water on my grandma’s back deck…grandpa hated that mess 🙂
Anyway I was so excited to see you on ellen and remembering the cool things you taught us!! Also good to see you still have all your fingers! The last thing I remember before I left cherry creek was that you had cut your hand and or finger and there was a wild rumor among us little kids that your finger got cut off 🙂
Anyway keep up the great work…I am a huge fan!
OH! it was Willow Creek not cherry creek…Got the district and school mixed up! My grandma reminded me of the correct name.
Anyway, love love love the science products for sale on your site and they are so well priced. My almost 6 year old and I have both been excited looking at the things we want to buy and projects we can do! I am so glad I found your site!
For liability reasons, I’m sure you can understand why we aren’t posting the directions for the potato shooter 3000! But, if you go to Google or YouTube, you will find hundreds of videos about making potato launchers. However, we have found that the smaller version is lots of fun, you can find it here:
Thanks for your kind words. I’m glad to hear that you are inspiring your own child with science and learning!
Thank you so much for coming to Wilder Elementary School. I love the rockets that you helped us make. I also liked when you dried Kaylie’s desk with her.
When you did that potato thing with the giant straw and said “Lets see Mrs. Bower run just kidding” and then Ryan said “Ya”
Your just like “Lets see you run Ryan” and you shot the potato
at him and he ducked! Thats what you call funny. Thanks again for all you did.