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Fire Bubbles & Exploding Toothpaste

Fire Bubbles & Exploding Toothpaste

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More outrageously thrilling science experiments from the guy who taught you how to turn your kitchen into a mad scientist laboratory. Best-selling author Steve Spangler shares 35 experiments with over 200 color photos delivered in a style that's fun to read and motivates the reader to dig in and try it. These science experiments are guaranteed to get oohs and ahhhs!
Candy Chemistry

Candy Chemistry

Explore chemistry as you cook up candies and chocolates in the kitchen! Perform a number of sweet experiments and learn important physical science principles related to candy and cooking.
Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes Book

Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes Book

Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes is a geek-chic look at Spangler’s latest collection of tricks and try-it-at-home activities that reveal the secrets of science in unexpected ways. Amazing photographs accompany the step-by-step instructions, and simple explanations uncover the how-to and why for each activity. Make potatoes fly, bowling balls float, and soda explode on command.
The Ultimate Dry Ice Science Kit

The Ultimate Dry Ice Science Kit

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Whether you're whipping up something spooky for Halloween or crafting an unforgettable lesson about the states of matter, DRY ICE experiments create an unforgettable learning experience. Featured on The Ellen Show!

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Outdoor Summer Science Fun – Sick Science! Bubble Snakes

We love bubbles at Steve Spangler Science. We've made frozen bubbles, smoky bubbles, giant bubbles, bouncing bubbles and fire bubbles to name a few. This time, we make colorful, snaking bubbles that come out of a homemade bubble blower. http://youtu.be/HISGtXb2gZc Bubbles usually only come as individual spheres of soap and water. To blow the perfect bubble takes patience and a little bubble-science. Sometimes, [...]

10 Simple Tips for Bringing Science into your Home

By Kim Vij, The Educators’ Spin On It Do you ever wonder if your child is getting enough Science? As an educator and parent I have observed over the years that with more and more time focused on Reading, Writing and Math our children are not getting enough time for deeper levels of understanding of in science at school.  Children need more opportunities for hands [...]

Spectacular Science – 4th of July Activities

This is an encore posting from June, 2011 on 4th of July science activities. Many areas in Colorado have cancelled their fireworks displays this year due to extremely hot and dry conditions. Here are some ways to celebrate without fireworks or firecrackers... Independence Day is the absolute best of summer - picnics, barbecue, fireworks and family fun. Are you looking for something [...]

Science Fair 911 – Demonstrations vs. Experiments

By Blog Editor Susan Wells When I was growing up, my school did not do a science fair. I had never been to a science fair until my oldest was in kindergarten. All I knew was it had something to do with baking soda volcanoes. Fast forward several years, and I now organize the science fair and encourage kids to get involved. Through [...]

Kindergarteners Banned from Science Fair? What is the Right Age to Participate?

Contributed by Susan Wells Blog Editor - Steve Spangler Science What age should children begin participating in science fair? Should science fairs be judged? How much involvement should parents have in their child's project? These are questions that are debated every year during science fair season. I recently read a mother's frustrated rant about her child's school and how they ran their science fair [...]

Ellen is Wild About Science!

VIDEO: Watch Steve on the Ellen Show Experiments Steve did on Ellen - Elephant's Toothpaste | Smoke Rings | Anti-Helium Let's just say it's all kind of a blur... three experiments, lots of laughs and an invitation to come back. I couldn't ask for any more. My wife and I left Denver on Wednesday to fly out to Burbank, California to [...]

Preparing for Halloween Parties

The temperature is getting cooler and it's starting to get dark earlier.  Leaves are changing on the trees and pumpkin flavored items are starting to arrive in the super markets.    It's a great time to drink cider and shop for new science gear. (wink, wink) Yes, it's officially becoming fall! What else do we enjoy during the fall?  Oh yeah, that autumnal celebration with [...]