Getting Ready for Science in the Rockies
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We’re so excited that you’ll be joining us for our Science at Science experience to Alaska. This section of our blog is reserved exclusively for people like you who have already registered for Science at Sea 2009 and want to have the latest updates and information about the trip. Please feel free to post your […]
Find REAL iron in breakfast cereal with one of our top Science Fair kits. Comes with two cereals, all the materials to get started, & Science Fair tips!
Learn all about the science of seeds and have fun getting your hands in the dirt. We’ll even provide all the seeds and dirt you need for your exploration into the world of plants.
Some of us grew up with fantastic science teachers. Mrs. Russell, Mr. Steward, and Mr. Landis are names that you won’t necessarily recognize, but they’re the three science teachers I’ve had in my entire lifetime. I will never forget them, because they were and are awesome science teachers. (Forget the fact that I graduated with […]
Vinegar is a smelly staple of science educators everywhere. The solution of acetic acid is the most often-used, simple acidic solution in the lab, and it’s non-toxic and safe to be handled. It’s no wonder that vinegar is a key component of tons of activities and projects for all sorts of chemically based experiences. What’s […]
Do I smell freshly sharpened pencils? Is that the clicking sound of a brand new protractor? Are you surrounded by notebooks, fun new pens and markers that you’re dying to use? Yes! It’s back to school time! Not ready for back to school? Wondering who do you turn to for help to start your new school […]
It’s a good day. The sun is warm and the popsicles are cool…and you’re shopping on SteveSpanglerScience.com. You’ve put a ton of super fun experiments into your shopping cart and have decided that you’ve fulfilled your science spending quota for the day. (Of course it was a little more than you wanted to spend, […]
Students taking a culinary class at Springs Valley High School in French Lick, Indiana experimented using our Sick Science! Homemade Ice Cream recipe in class last week. They were studying the different ways to make ice cream. They first made ice cream using a churn and then tried our way using a Zip-Loc bag and […]
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 […]