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Steve’s famous Mentos Geyser Tube erupts soda that can go 30 feet into the air! Comes with 3 additional caps to change the eruption shape.
Turn a bottle of soda & a roll of Mentos into an erupting geyser that will launch up to 30 feet! Improved trigger mechanism to prevent accidental eruptions.
Are you looking for creative gift ideas that the kids won’t set aside on December 26th? What about the present that gives the gift of discovery and learning? Here are our Top 12 Picks that make great gifts that open minds and keep them engaged for a long time.
Actor Rainn Wilson of SoulPancake – a website where life’s big questions are debated, mixed and turned to batter – recently made a visit to the Spangler Labs. He sat down with Steve Spangler and asked about the science of love. When Steve didn’t quite have the answer, he vamped a little and tried to […]
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 […]
By Blog Editor Susan Wells I am frustrated. As our children grow up, they want to experiment. Explore. Discover. The internet is a wonderful tool to use in their education and growing independence. Growing up, I had to use encyclopedias, libraries, books. Now, everything is at our children’s fingertips. We all know dangers exist on […]
Contributed by Susan Wells A fun and electrifying night full of science demos and sticky soda awaited guests at Steve Spangler’s book signing at the Tattered Cover in Highlands Ranch Thursday. Steve was there to sign his new book, Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes: Unforgettable Experiments that Make Science Fun. This was not your usual […]
Little known fact… I love to juggle. Better known fact… I’m not that good, but that’s not a reflection on my teacher – a great book called Juggling for the Complete Klutz. This was my introduction to Klutz Press some 30 years ago – an amazing company with a vision for really innovative product. So, […]
Welcome to the 209th edition of the Carnival of Education! In a way, every good school is like a big Science Fair; in every room, and for each lesson, teachers have a lesson plan hypothesis – and often, more than one, on a daily basis. Each hypothesis is tested using a group of students variables, […]