AS SEEN ON THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW!
· 50 fantastic experiments from bestselling author Steve Spangler
· All experiments vetted by the scientists at the Smithsonian Institution
· Step-by-step instructions with full color photos
Smithsonian 10-Minute Science Experiments gives curious young readers dozens of colorful, exciting projects designed to teach them about the basics of science, physics, chemistry and engineering. They’ll learn about critical thinking, how to conduct an experiment, and how to measure results, all while enjoying themselves in a screen-free setting.
Each experiment uses easy-to-find materials, most of which readers probably already have in their home. Set up and clean up is easy, and most experiments can be done in ten minutes or less! Sidebars for each experiment feature additional insights, facts and commentary.
It's the perfect resource for turning curious kids into budding young scientists!
About the Author
Steve Spangler is an authority on STEM education with more than 1,800 television appearances to his credit. He’s a regular guest on The Ellen Show and the host of the three-time Emmy-nominated television series DIY Sci airing on FOX affiliates nationwide. He is a best-selling author, an Emmy award-winning television personality and a Hall of Fame Speaker Inductee, as well as the bestselling author of two previous science books for kids, Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes and Fire Bubbles and Exploding Toothpaste.
Established in 1846, the Smithsonian Institution—the world’s largest museum, education, and research complex—includes 19 museums and galleries and the National Zoological Park. The total number of artifacts, works of art, and specimens in the Smithsonian’s collections is estimated at 156 million, the bulk of which is contained in the National Museum of Natural History, which holds more than 145 million specimens and objects. The Smithsonian is a renowned research center, dedicated to public education, national service, and scholarship in the arts, sciences, and history. www.si.edu.