When someone is as awesome as Ellen DeGeneres, people tend to listen to what that person has to say. So when Ellen says, “Steve Spangler is the science teacher you always wanted to have in school,” we get pretty hyped-up around the office. That excitement is tenfold when it’s Steve Spangler on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

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We shouldn’t be surprised, really, that Ellen thinks so highly of our in-house magician and science teaching aficionado.

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Steve is used to getting students and teachers excited about science, but what about a talk show host?

Steve Spangler's 18th appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show May 27, 2015

Steve made his first appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show in September of 2007, teaching Ellen how to blow giant smoke rings, and he returned just a month later to demonstrate his exploding pumpkin trick. In one appearance, Steve wowed Ellen and her audience by letting an audience member walk on water… or at least a giant vat of cornstarch and water… and gave Ellen a little surprise when he ignited hydrogen and oxygen bubbles, right in her hands!

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During his last appearance…

What? You didn’t think we were going to give away all of the fun and excitement on our blog, did you? You just need to wait a day for the May 27th, 2015 appearance. Of course, schedules and listings may vary from city to city, so make sure to check your local television stations to find The Ellen DeGeneres Show where you live.

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What we can tell you is that Ellen is a HUGE fan of our Spangler Science Club monthly kits. They’re the best way to have a science experiences created by Steve delivered right to your door.

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Before we forget, we have a database of all the 17 appearances that Steve has made with Ellen, so make sure to hop over and check that out. Then, head over to our Facebook page to make sure you’re up to date on everything going on in the Steve Spangler Science world. Finally… keep making science fun. We know you are all good for it.

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