This high quality kit may just be the best way for young scientists to dive into the captivating world of science and chemistry. Conduct 125 experiments using real chemicals, real lab equipment and real science as you get a crash course in chemistry. Ages 10 and up.
Grow dozens of dazzling crystals and conduct 15 illuminating experiments with this classic science kit. Experiment with four chemically different crystals each with different properties, including potassium alum crystals that form regular octahedrons, rapidly growing sodium sulfate crystals, long needle-shaped sodium acetate crystals, and plaster which is made from gypsum crystals.
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!
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.
By Guest Blogger Debbie Leibold
So you have a great science fair project idea, but you're not sure how to get started? We're here to help!
Every successful science fair project starts with the Scientific Method. The Scientific Method is just a road map to get you from your question to your answer. Follow these steps to make your experiment amazing!
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Karen Puracan is a science teacher at Hale Academy in Ocala, Florida. The school is a small private school with grades PreK-12th. Mrs. Puracan teaches 8th grade integrated science, 6th and 7th grade life science, 8th through 10th grade physical science and high school biology and ecology. To say she teaches a little of everything is an understatement.
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Contributed by Guest Blogger, Nancy Leemer
I remember coming to the NAEYC Conference years ago and watching Steve Spangler present his hands-on science activities to a room of 50 or so early childhood educators, but those days are long gone. That intimate workshop experience in the past has given way to a ballroom packed with a few thousand teachers who are wondering [...]