Experiment-of-the-Week-WidgetWe now have over 100,000 subscribers who receive our Science Experiment of the Week in their inbox each Wednesday morning. We’ve had requests to create a widget (especially from teachers who blog), and we finally did it using Widgetbox. The widget is called Science Experiment of the Week from Steve Spangler. We think it’s a cool widget that shares both experiments and our featured videos.

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1 reply
  1. Lapel
    Lapel says:

    Hey Steve, thz a lot.
    Recently I catched up every ofur science experiments videos u performed be4.
    I found them very interesting.
    Btw, I’m from Hong Kong, China.
    I remember u ignited methane gas be4 in your demonstration.
    I wanna say wt u’ve done do not only ignite the gas or wtsoever, u also ignited my passion for science.
    That’s y I say thz a lot above.
    I’m currently studying physics, chemistry and biology and so forth.
    just wanna say wt u’ve achieved have already become immeasurable. Keep it up.

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