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Steve Spangler’s on the Ellen Degeneres Show

The Ellen Show Prepares for the Messiest Performance Ever!

Steve Spangler Returns to the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, November 20th

Steve Spangler is an inventor that has partnered with Be Amazing Toys to create innovative educational science kits.  Steve’s work with Be Amazing! Toys helps them continue to be a leader in the educational science toy industry.

Watch Steve’s Latest Appearance

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Be Amazing Toys at New York Toy Fair 2015

We just had to share a few pictures of our booth.


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The New York Times – featured Be Amazing!

The New York Times – featured Be Amazing! Toys in its December 25, 2012 article on the power of science kits to inspire future scientists.

But even at the goo-making end of the retail spectrum, toy company executives make good arguments for the educational value of their products. At Be Amazing! Toys, top sellers include Insta-Snow, Cool Slime (“Just mix the two liquids together and you’ve got perfect slime every time”) and the Geyser Tube, which is a package of Mentos and a tube to funnel them into a soda bottle. Some kits cost under $5.

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How to put on a Science Fair

 

Besides the obvious financial aid procuring a sponsor can provide, Science Fair Sponsors can help generate interest in your school’s science fair on the part of the community, parents and students. Corporate sponsors, who are generally able to give more than individuals and small businesses, may also provide enough financial support to give kids individual budgets for their science fair projects and experiments.
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MESSENGER Goes to Mercury

starting March 18th, 2011

In an exciting bit of space news, The NASA MESSENGER spacecraft is set to enter orbit around Mercury on March 18th of 2011, marking the first time in history a man made object will be placed in orbit around the planet closest to our sun. MESSENGER will orbit Mercury for a full year, recording numerous images and instrumental readings and transmitting back a wealth of data to help scientists better understand the closest planet to our sun. Read more

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The Words of Science

Chemistry and Science Experiments

 

Chemistry is a very big subject. It covers lots of different types of reactions and scientific topics, and so there are lots of special words that have specific meanings in chemistry that you don’t normally hear in everyday conversation. They describe lots of cool things, and so here is a list of some of our favorites. See if you can make a list of your own! In fact, go ahead and send us a list of your favorite chemistry words, and we may even feature your list in this blog! How cool is that?
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The Dreaded Science Fair

 How to Get Kids Excited About Science Fair Projects

 

Every year, parents are at a loss when their kids come home from school and ask, “What should I do this year for my science fair experiment?” Some schools require student participation in science fairs, while others offer science fairs as voluntary extracurricular activities. In either case, the most valuable thing you can do for your child is to help them discover an interest in a specific scientific topic and then nurture their natural curiosity until it blossoms into an idea for their own science fair project or experiment. Read more