This kit includes 9 insanely cool experiments that explore the science of force and motion. Learn about potential and kinetic energy with the Popsicle Stick Release, uncover the secrets of the Pendulum Catch, and witness inertia in action with Newton’s Beads. Fast Physics is part of the amazing SICK Science series. All SICK Science kits come with online access to instructional videos.
All it takes is a little jumpstart from you and this long string of beads pulls itself out of a container. Watch 20 feet (6 m) of beads empty from the container in a flash. All SICK Science kits come with online access to instructional videos.
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.
Spin a water vortex in two soda bottles with a classic science toy called a Tornado Tube®. Comes with some of Steve Spangler’s favorite variations. All SICK Science kits come with online access to instructional videos.
Explore the science of bubbles as you learn how to make a bubble bounce on your hand. The secret is a bouncing bubble glove. Learn how to make your own square bubble. All SICK Science kits come with online access to instructional videos.
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.
We are excited to announce our new partnership with YouTube EDU and the YouTube for Schools project. Students and educators now have access to our entire library of science experiment videos in the classroom. No more work arounds or third-party sites to try to show videos in the classroom. YouTube listened to what educators and parents wanted and created something that [...]
It's not unusual for our office to get a call or two a week from the media about the Mentos Geyser experiment. Most of the inquires focus on how the reaction works or questions about MENTOS myths. When Tom Whipple from the London Times called, his interest in the MENTOS Geyser focused on the vehicle used to popularize the experiment [...]
One of our very favorite fellow YouTubers, ActOutGames, has reviewed several hot toys and kit of the month subscription boxes.
They have even honored us with several reviews of Sick Science kits and Spangler Science Club.
We always look forward to every video that Presley and her dad produce and really enjoy their reviews. Here's Presley's review of the January Spangler Science Club [...]
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 less than 20 kids in my [...]
Steve Spangler recently participated in #TeacherFriends Twitter chat and met some amazing teachers. Here are the questions and his longer-formatted answers about science education today.
1. Why is early childhood science education important?
For young learners, science is just an extension of their everyday world. We don’t have to teach young children how to wonder, discover, and explore through play because they do [...]
Our Sick Science! Experiments are a global phenomena and are seen from southern California McDonald's and to Saudi Arabia.
They are the brainchild of our amazing video team and originate on our Sick Science! YouTube channel. The videos demonstrate simple science experiments you can do at home with minimal materials.
We have t-shirts, mugs, hats, stickers and even an apron with the Sick [...]
Thank you for joining us on The Spangler Effect Live this week for our last minute Halloween science demos and activities. During the two hours, Steve and Higginsworth shared a lot of fun, messy and loud experiments for spooky fun. If you missed the broadcasts, we have both available in this post. If you want more information on any of the [...]
One of our favorite kid scientists, Doctor Mad Science, was featured last week in the New York Daily News. His science videos share DIY science experiments and activities to an audience of kids and their parents.
We were introduced to 11-year-old Jordan Hilkowitz a few years ago. He is an amazing online video star who shares his versions of kid-friendly science experiments [...]
More and more parents, students and lifelong learners are turning to YouTube - not for funny kitty videos or talking dogs - but for education. Teachers are sharing their lessons beyond the classroom.
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YouTube EDU is becoming increasingly popular for online learning. Lessons from foreign languages to chemistry to algebra are [...]
Steve Spangler Science has an incredible following on our three YouTube channels - The Spangler Effect, Sick Science! Experiments and Spangler Science TV. Our video team is dedicated to bring the best experiments and science programming to our viewers. They work hard every week setting off Mentos Soda Geysers in the parking lot, popsicle sticks in the studio and researching all [...]