The Magic School Bus Award Winning Science Kits For Kids 5 – 12 Years Old From Young Scientists Club

The Magic School Bus series of science kits from The Young Scientists Club have won over 30 awards. The kits are tested before going on the market by the kids attending the Young Scientist Summer camps so they get a very thorough testing from their target audience. These kits build on the success of the Magic School bus books and DVD’s allowing kids from 5 years old and up to actually engage in the science experiments so they learn more than just by sitting and watching a DVD or reading a book. Science for kids needs to be engaging and practical hands on experiments are the best way to accomplish this goal. Science kits always make a useful addition to a homeschool library but are not out of place in any home where there are kids to entertain especially on weekends and school holidays.The Young Scientists Club was founded in 1999. Their mission to engage boys and girls around the world in ‘An educational science adventure that lasts a lifetime.’ They aim to do this by offering products designed by Harvard graduates, scientists, educators and parents to combine quality and learning with fun and fascination. They hope that children will find a spark of interest and want to discover more about science through experimentation. The Magic School Bus series is just one of the series offered by The Young Scientist Club and is a series of fun and exciting kits based on the book series by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degan. Ms Frizzle and her students make science an exhilarating experience.Kits:
Back in Time with the Dinosaurs – create a timeline, design a diorama, build a wooden dinosaur replica, make cast and mould fossils, mould clay dinosaur teeth, simulate a dino dig, fold 3D dinosaurs…
Solar Energy to the Rescue – explore the greenhouse effect, collect real carbon dioxide, recreate global warming in a bottle, use a solar panel to spin a fan, make a solar secret code, design solar spinners, watch solar energy inflate balloons…
Diving into Slime, Gel and Goop – discover oobleck, produce glue from milk, grow jiggly marbles, make snow from super-absorbent crystals, form a bouncy ball, create slime, expand super-absorbent gel crystals, melt fake snow, learn about polymers…
Going Green – recreate the water cycle, build a compost tube, shrink plastic, magically make packing peanuts disappear, decompose food with fungus, form pulp, create new paper, design recycled paper shapes, learn about the 3 R’s…
Soaring into Flight – build a balloon-jet, experiment with parachutes, make a spinner soar, create the ultimate paper airplane, make paper magically rise, move floating ping pong balls, collapse a juice box, fly a glider, lift off rockets…
The Secrets of Space – construct a night-vision flashlight, design a solar system mobile, build a constellation box, draw constellation cards, recreate the phases of the moon, make a model of a solar eclipse, observe magic beads change colour, assemble a working telescope…
The World of Germs – grow bacteria and fungi, test antibiotics, make a fungus bubble, explore antibiotics, grow mould, wake up fungi, cultivate bacteria in yoghurt, use yeast to inflate a balloon…
Mystery of Rainbows – wear rainbow glasses, design a rainbow spinner, blow rainbow bubbles, make rainbow milk, bend white light, mix colored paddles, bounce light waves off ceilings, recreate Newton’s prism experiment…
Journey into the Human Body – bend bones, make joints, map taste buds, expand lungs, build a stethoscope, measure lung capacities and heart rates, perform the iodine starch test, spin glitter, simulate synovial fluid, create a human body poster…The kits are designed for children aged 5 to 12 years old and proper adult supervision is highly recommended. Each kit comes with all the supplies needed (except for a few common household items) and a detailed manual with guidance for parents/educators that has been designed just like the famous books.

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Bobblehead, Dual-Pendulum Toys Promote STEM Education to Fix Nation’s Problems

Fun, Bobblehead, dual pendulum novelties crafted from hockey pucks and fishing line both entertain people and illustrate the four fields of STEM education: science, technology, engineering, & math, now being promoted to solve our nations troubles. Employing familiar physical realities, such as push, pull, flex, eneract, and sense to introduce and symbolize STEM, dual pendulums entertain, enlighten, puzzle, & inspire people of almost all ages and persuasions, teenagers upThese newly developed, educational, dual pendulum novelties support the extensive effort and investment in STEM education by our government, president, legislators, and educators to solve our nation’s ills.Invoking mysterious gravity and mystical energy, dual pendulums exhibit the radiant, vibrant, communicant, eneractive nature and behavior of people and things, besides involving and symbolizing the four fields of STEM: science, technology, engineering, and math.The inventor claims that these astute learning objects can help to technically self-educate America in the hands-on, minds-on, inquiry way of educational standards. They tend to integrate the rather fragmented knowledge taught and memorized in school back into a unified whole.Scientist and teachers have employed similar simple, classical pendulums for centuries to informally introduce and teach STEM subjects.The dual-pendulum idea did not just happen. It grew out of the development of sophisticated sensing instruments and related pendulum calibrators for testing the behavior and monitoring the health of things.Dual pendulums connect two classic pendulums together by simply stringing hard rubber disks on an oversize, flexible plastic line. The disks slide on the line into position for conducting science experiments and inertially sensing changes in motion.With the two disks positioned apart at the lower knot, the lower disk and line form a visual, bobblehead, inertial motion sensor. Pull of the Earth (gravity) acts as a spring restraint. Like you, such sensors ordinarily flex to sense changes in motion, but not those of a coasting simple swing or pendulum (upper one), creating a mystery. Over a billion similar inertial motion sensors, also called accelerometers, now help trigger car air bags and stabilize camera images.Exercising a dual pendulum, a person experiences interacting objects transferring energy into action push and pull on one another to move, flex, vibrate, and sense per laws of nature, while properties of materials: mass (God particles), stiffness (elasticity), friction, and gravity, resist moving as they store energy in various ways. Similar things happen in other energy realms. Such eneraction, a new word, senses, animates, and powers our wonderful World.Operating a dual pendulum involves all four fields of STEM. Conducting classic science experiments requires engineering changes to a Plum’s structure to modify behavior by sliding disks on the line. Solving the mystery involves applying force-and-motion technology. Centrally adding mass confirms Newton’s famous law of motion, modeled mathematically as F=ma. Geometry helps explain why pendulums automatically swing, and why a shorter line increases the swinging rate.Testing a dual pendulum, students quickly learn that without a transfer of energy, nothing happens: objects don’t move, structures don’t flex, and sensors don’t sense, or change status. For references or more information about pendulums, visit Wikipedia and You Tube.Powering a dual pendulum manually encourages a person to have fun naturally eneracting, and to enjoy seeing other people and things eneract, especially with a dual pendulum.Once again Mother Nature has been good to us with the gift of pendulums. And thanks to a legion of dedicated pendulum scientists, including Galileo and Newton, we now treasure a wealth of practical, useful knowledge and insight into how precious transfers of energy animate and power our magnificent World.