Welcome to the ever-growing, ever-changing collection of Steve
Spangler's favorite science experiments, recipes and cool science
projects. This hands-on science library represents Steve's most
requested science experiments from his weekly television
appearances and live presentations throughout the country. Just
search for an easy science project idea or browse the entire
library of experiments.
Science experiments, videos and science fair ideas abound on
this website by a science fan who encourages parents and teachers
to practice "Random Acts of Science" by providing instructions and
videos for interactive science experiments. From coloring changing
liquid to magic ketchup, Bob encourages happy exploring!
All the Best Science & Math Activities! You can search
activites, collect your favorites, and share your
experiences. Activities from fingerprint identification to
growing cooties! SMILE is a national partnership among science
and technology centers, museums, community-based organizations, and
Choose from a bunch of different games to play - mazes, quizzes,
coloring books, and cards. Take a guided tour on the Magic Bus to
see dinosaurs, insects, the human body, space, or marine life!
Visit the Science Lab or Science Library to learn all about
the neat things that are going on around us. Watch some episodes of
the Magic School Bus anytime you want to from your own
computer! Get this, there's even a page for your teachers and
parents to play too! This site is brought to you by Scholastic.
Pick one of the atom cards and choose one of the experiments to
try on your own! Play different games, experience optical illusions
and watch how different experiments work. By IBM and nysci.
TryScience Extreme Challenge
Do you have what it takes to win the Ultimate Race? Find out
with the Tryscience Extreme Challenge! Compete on seven courses in
four sports - mountain biking, kayaking, rock climbing and
snowboarding. You must train and apply the science behind the sport
to beat the challenge time and earn each course medal.
Science fair project ideas! The video is an overview of Kids
Science Challenge topics: Imaging Sports on Mars, Bio-inspired
Design, and Forensics. Learn about what the scientists and
engineers are challenging you to do: come up with ideas or
inventions that no one has thought of before! Enter your winning
idea today and win cool prizes! This site has been brought to you
by the National Science Foundation and Pulse of the
Lots of great experiments to try. These pages are full of
Snacks...but they're not the kind you eat. They're the kind you can
learn from and have fun with. Exploratorium Science Snacks are
miniature versions of some of the most popular exhibits at the
Exploratorium. The Exploratorium, the museum of science, art and
human perception, San Francisco, California.
Lots of experiments to try, including growing your own mold, a
section called "My Mind Map: From Bread to Fungus Farmers", fun
facts about things like the "Banana Pusher" toucan, and how to use
a mylar balloon to demonstrate that warm air rises. By the Science
Museum of Minnesota, this site has interesting facts, experiments,
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has a Wonders of Physics
Traveling Show, and this Just for Kids page has lots of cool
experiments to try at home, such as Vortex in a Bottle, Fusion
Cookies, and many more!
Professor Gizmo has amazing science presentations on
VideoJug.com. As he says, "Life explained on film." Watch him
demonstrate science principles involved with Planet Earth, Space,
Animals, and Things We Cannot See to name a few.
Another Discovery Kids website, this one has Yucky Fun
and Games, Ask Wendell the Worm, Your Gross & Cool Body
(ear wax, funnybones, and digestion), and more on this fun
site . . .
Activities, games, puzzles, articles, chemist interviews, and
even a careers page. Some of the activities are available in
Spanish also, and by the end of summer 2008, there will be a
completely parallel site in Spanish. The site has a new organizing
scheme to help teachers find activities that fit the
Chemistry Professor Bassam Z. Shakhashiri has a collection of
at-home science experiments to add joy to your science
experience. From floating soap bubbles to dancing raisins, to
fizzing and foaming, and making things glow in the dark, there is
sure to be something to pique your interest.