The Sound of Science

Educational Innovations Blog

By Jared Hottenstein

Any teacher will tell you that kids can be noisy.  They make all kinds of sounds.  Clap their hands.  Click their tongues.  Snap their fingers.  Smack their cheeks.  Burp.  Fart.  Scream.  Sing. Most classrooms are a virtual cacophony of noises.   And where there is sound, there’s bound to be a whole lot of shaking going on.  So why not turn those noises into a teachable moment and explore the science of sound?   

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Exclusively Ours: Online STEM Quests!

Donna Giachetti, Educational Innovations

By Donna Giachetti

You already know we pride ourselves on being the company that brings unique, hands-on science into the classroom—the type of “Super! Wow! Neat!” demos that invite students to lean in for a closer look.  We are also the only place where you can find our best-selling Surprising Science for Kids kits (not to mention our Home Science Lab subscription).  Those kits are especially popular now, as educators and parents seek solutions to keep their kids actively engaged in science while school is out.

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