3 Be Amazing! Science Kits Win 2010 National Parenting Center Seal of Approval

“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.)

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BUBBLES EVERYWHERE

BY ANTONIA S.,NEBRASKA, USA
Bubbles make the world a better place. I love bubbles.

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IT’S SNOWING IN JULY!

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?

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GREEN GOO!

 

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.  Along the way, you’ll learn about acids and bases, two very important components of any mad scientist’s laboratory!

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DIET COKE AND MENTOS GEYSERS

BY FRANNY G.,NEW YORK, USA
Check out the geyser! It’s really fun in the summer.

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YUCKY YUCKY SLIME

BY QUENTIN C.,MISSISSIPPI, USA
This is me playing with green slime. Really fun to make.

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Be Amazing! Toys’ new Big Bag of Science

Be Amazing! Toys’ new Big Bag of Science – with more than 70 very cool experiements, all retailing for $39.99 – was highlighted in the June 2010 issue of Toys and Family Entertainment Magazine.

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Be Amazing! Toys and Make Magazine

Make Magazine is a science magazine and website for science fun-loving geeks of all ages.   Make Magazine

They caught up with Be Amazing! Toys at 2009 Toy Fair, the giant, annual  toy industry show in New York City.   They were wowed by some of our products.
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Help your child learn to love science.

Welcome to the Be Amazing website!  We are dedicated to helping parents help their kids discover a lifelong love of learning and excitement for science.  We want to address the issues you care about.  We hope you will join us here at the weekly parent’s blog as we tackle the tough questions:  “How can I best act as a mentor and learning facilitator?”  “Which products will be best for my young scientist?”  And not least, “We have a science fair project coming up—what should we do?!”

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Have you ever heard of the Nobel Prize?

 

Have you ever heard of the Nobel Prize?  It is an award given once a year to the world’s greatest contributors to science in the fields of chemistry, physics, and physiology/medicine.  The Nobel Prize is generally considered to be the highest, best, and most prestigious prize a scientist can be awarded in those areas. 
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