Engage young scientists with a guided adventure into microscopes and the microscopic world with the TK2 Microscope and Biology Kit. The TK2 Microscope is high-powered yet incredibly easy to use, making it the perfect microscope for kids 10 and up.
Sometimes going “gross” is what it takes to get kids excited about science. Just add water and this powder will make a slimey goo that will amaze your friends. All SICK Science kits come with online access to instructional videos.
Kids can get rid of some excess energy with this air-powered outdoor rocket toy. Air Burst Rockets don't require any flames, fire, or batteries. Just attach the air tubing to a bike pump, give it a few pumps and your rocket will fly.
The Fuel Cell Car Science Kit is a great way for kids to learn about the importance of alternative fuel sources. Not only will kids be excited about the car, with onboard hydrogen fuel source, they can even build this car themselves to learn more about the functionality of the hydrogen fuel cells.
Move over Shark Tank inventors and patent attorneys get ready for some amazing, new kid-invented products. Third graders at Wilder Elementary in Littleton, Colorado joined Steve early one morning to share their inventions and solutions to common everyday problems.
The annual Invention Convention takes the lead over the classic science fair in asking kids to solve problems with their own inventions. Many parents [...]
President Obama is a brilliant orator. When I listened to his State of the Union last night, his comments about education, innovation and science, in particular, really hit home.
Nations like China and India realized that with some changes of their own, they could compete in this new world. And so they started educating their children earlier and longer, with greater emphasis [...]