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Test Tube Wonders Kit

Test Tube Wonders Kit

It’s a science lab in a bag. Make up a pile of Insta-Snow, experiment with waterproof sand and explore the science of UV light as you use the sun to make white beads instantly change colors. Grow a test tube dinosaur, learn how to make water disappear and make squishy jelly crystals. Recommended for children 8 and up.
Electricity and Magnet Kit

Electricity and Magnet Kit

If you have budding electricity and magnet enthusiasts, you know that their brains are permanently bustling with ideas of circuits, electromagnets, and more. There's no better way to educate and encourage them in their passion than with the Electricity and Magnet Kit.

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Take Your Ice Cream Party on the Road with Play & Freeze Ice Cream Maker

By Blog Editor Susan Wells Who says science needs to stay indoors? If you are looking for something to do on a camping trip, BBQ, picnic or party, take the science outside and make a little ice cream. Our Play and Freeze Ice Cream Maker is perfect to get the kids (or adults) running around, laughing and playing. We used our product testers [...]

Steve Takes Science on the Road to Local Sacramento Television Station

The popularity of news stations having their own "science guy" has increasingly grown over the years. Steve gets a number of requests to take his Science Mondays segments from 9News KUSA on the road. When his station manager made the request for him to visit their sister station in Sacramento, Steve packed up some of his favorite science demos and hit [...]

EepyBird Guys Take Their Show on the Road

Fritz Grobe and Stephen Voltz, the Eepybird guys who turned the Mentos and Diet Coke experiment into art are jumping from the Internet to the mainstream media. They appeared on David Letterman last Thursday night and on the "Today Show" Friday morning. They demonstrated their version of the Bellagio Fountains done with Mentos and Diet Coke on both shows. Their video went viral [...]

Science Takes a Summer Vacation – Selfies from the Road

Although our science kits and materials don't sit on the shelves in our distribution center for long, they are still granted a summer vacation, like all of our human staff members at Steve Spangler Science. Our science kits are also not exempt from the selfie craze. We gave our science kits a one week summer vacation and let them lose in the world. [...]

Spangler Science Recognized by Colorado Broadcasters Association

The Colorado Broadcasters Association held their CBA Awards of Excellence dinner on Saturday night, and we're honored to have received second place for Best Single Show with the Spangler Science at Coors Field entry. The thirty minute show was an edited version of the live Weather and Science Day that took place at Coors Field in May 2009. Guinness World Records [...]

Broadcasting Live from Toys R’ Us in Time Square

Every year in February I make a pilgrimage to New York to attend the International Toy Fair. The city is host to some 20,000 buyers and industry professionals who are on a quest to buy and sell the latest creations in the toy market. On Monday, I met up with Toy Guy Chris Byrne to broadcast live from the Toys R' [...]

Science Explodes at the Cherry Creek Foundation Luncheon

Steve Spangler, a former teacher and educator for Cherry Creek Schools, brought Bernoulli's Principle to life for 600 people during the 19th Annual Cherry Creek Schools Foundation Luncheon on March 15. The crowd of business leaders, city government officials, educators and foundation volunteers were on their feet filling plastic tubes with lots of hot air. Spangler was the keynote speaker for the luncheon, [...]

Steve Spangler Spotlight on Zarah with a Z

We have an amazing staff at Steve Spangler Science - from the crew in our Distribution Center who carefully packages each product then ships it out to you, to our Customer Service Team who takes care of you on the phones and online, to our Administrative Team who keeps our business humming, to our Creative Team, who handles our website, social [...]

Science Fishing – Catch an Ice Cube with a Piece of String

It's been freezing in Denver over the past week. We are surrounded with snow and ice. Here's a little activity for the kids. Take a bowl of ice cubes and set it in front of them. Tell them you want them to go fishing for the ice cubes. Their challenge? Pick up an ice cube with a piece of string. We all [...]