One of our favorite kid scientists, Doctor Mad Science, was featured last week in the New York Daily News. His science videos share DIY science experiments and activities to an audience of kids and their parents. We were introduced to 11-year-old Jordan Hilkowitz a few years ago. He is an amazing online video star who […]
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By Blog Editor Susan Wells Out of all of the blogs that contain cats, creepily drawn people and a real look at the world we live in, my favorite is The Oatmeal. Matthew Inman, the author and creator of The Oatmeal, shares his unique look at the world, customer service, pets (mostly cats), significant others […]
Teachers, chemists and science geeks worldwide know about our instant snow polymer (Insta-Snow®) that turns from a powder to fluffy white snow when you add water. As part of their Olympic coverage, the Today Show featured this product as part of a story on the business of making snow. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world […]
Ted Allen, host of Food Detectives on the Food Network, featured a segment using our Mentos Geyser Tube toy as a trigger device for their exploding soda segment. The producers did a nice job of explaining the science behind the eruption and even shared a cool variation of slowly lowering several Mentos into the bottle […]
Time Warp is one of Discovery’s newest shows and it’s definitely worth watching… even if you’re not a science geek. Hosts Jeff Lieberman and Matt Kearney are on the prowl for anything and everything that might be cool to examine under high-speed photography. On the November 5, 2008 episode, Time Warp featured the Cornstarch Walk […]
Swing full glasses of water upside-down over your head & not lose a drop of water! Use this terrific demo as a part of any lesson of force & motion.
Create longer lasting, bigger, & bouncing bubbles by adding a little glycerin! 4 oz bottle of concentrated formula to make 8 cups (2 L) of bubble solution.
Become a science magician when you use friction to “awaken a genie in a bottle” with a rope, seemingly levitating the bottle!
Just add water to this superabsorbent polymer & watch it climb out of a cup with the slightest nudge! This oooey-gooey lab is a great intro to gravity.
Build a barometer, use a rain gauge, simulate Earth’s rotation, see the sun’s impact & more in this kit designed to explore the phenomena of weather!