School has started for most students by now, and many parents are wondering how to keep their kids interested in science – and other subjects – after school and on weekends. My suggestion to these concerned and interested parents is to subscribe to the Experiment of the Week!
Once you subscribe, you’ll get a super interesting science experiment in your email once a week! The experiments come with full explanations of the actual science of the experiment, and usually can be done with what’s probably already in your pantry.
Your kids – and YOU – will find yourselves looking forward to every Experiment of the Week; with many families, this is a ritual they all participate in, every week. Spangler Science’s Experiment of the Week is absolutely free of charge; just send us your email address and enjoy your free experiment – complete with a video explaining it – every week!
While you’re signing up, why not check out our Deal of the Day? You can score some awesome deals with this one!
Whether your children are homeschooled, unschooled, or going to public or private school, all students will benefit from participating in our Experiment of the Week. In fact, not only will your kids benefit, they’ll look forward to it every week. Our experiments are far more than merely educational; our experiments are loads of fun, and present scientific principles in ways that will intrigue and interest your kids while teaching them important concepts they’ll be able to apply to other things, as well.
When it’s science fair time, your kids will have sooooo many more cool ideas than the other kids will have!
Did I mention that Steve Spangler’s Experiment of the Week is FREE? Well, I’m mentioning it again. We want your kids to become not merely interested in science – we want your kids to become FASCINATED with science. Come on, sign up for the Experiment of the Week. You’ll be so glad you did, and your kids will thank you with every individual experiment they get to experience.
Don’t think YOU will escape being interested and educated, either. Parents are just as interested as are their kids. You’ll find yourself anticipating that Spangler Science email as much if not more than Billy and Susie will!
Jane Goodwin is a professor of expository writing at Ivy Tech Community College, a hands-on science teacher for College for Kids, a professional speaker and writer, and a social media liaison for Steve Spangler Science. She wanted to be a ballerina and an astronaut, but gravity got the better of her.