The Los Angeles Times article on 2010 Toy Fair, the giant U.S. Toy Show held annually in New York, featured Be Amazing! Toys and the amazing “Bubbling Blobs” part of the 4485 – Test Tube Discoveries kit. Make your own bubbling blob volcano and lava lamp, along with more than 14 other experiments using this […]
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You’ve probably heard of people being left or right handed. Did you know that most people are also either left or right “eyed?” Being left or right-eyed doesn’t affect which hand has better handwriting or how you hold a baseball bat, though.
Hey, amazing teachers! Here at Be Amazing, we want to help meet your needs as you introduce the world of science to your students. This week we are using the teacher’s blog section to announce a new feature of our newly updated website—our new email!
We’ve had a number of questions from teachers about the science behind our popular Grow Snow Classroom kit, so we thought we’d help you take this cool science experience to the next level, from awesome hands-on experiment to dynamic classroom discussion.
The Scientific Method Your goal as a learning facilitator in teaching this part of the scientific method is to help your protégés to believe that they can ask questions, and that their questions, interests, and curiosity are just as valid as any old scientist’s.
THREE FUN SCIENCE ACTIVITIES FOR SUMMER School’s out for the summer, but science fun is always in. If you are looking for some cool summer fun, here are three great activities perfect for summer science discovery.
“Testers were thrilled and amazed at the great variety packed inside and the fact that all of the experiments actually worked!” they said about Big Bag of Science. (Read the full review of 4120 – Big Bag of Science.)
BY ANTONIA S.,NEBRASKA, USA Bubbles make the world a better place. I love bubbles.
BY SCOUT F.,ALABAMA, USA It hardly ever snows in Alabama and never in July. But here I am with my little brother playing with snow! How cool is that?
The Green Monster It’s not Halloween yet but summer is a great time to make ooey, gooey substances. Here’s a way to create a cup of fizzing, bubbling green goo? In this experiment, you’ll use things found in your own kitchen to create a creature of primordial ooze that tries to escape its cup. […]