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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Amazing Science TOS Crew Review 2012

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  Do your kids love Science as much as mine do?? If so you need to keep reading, TOS Crew did it again and brought us a fabulous review opportunity from The Science and Math Website.  Amazing Science DVD Sets Volume 1 is a brand new product available from the folks at Science and Math.

     Hands on Science is always a huge hit at our house during Science class, when we received this two disk set in the mail the boys could not wait to pop them in and start watching and experimenting. These entertaining video Science tutorials are meant to keep kids interested and the experiments are easy enough to complete for even the beginner Scientist.  


    All of the experiments come with a supply list so that you can make sure you have all of your ingredients and materials on hand before you get started. Many of the items you will need you may already have on hand so you can get started right away.

  There are two disks in the set that are chock full of experiments so you will have lots to learn while incorporating them into your Science curriculum that you are already using in your homeschool studies.

Disk 1 Disk 2
1) Color Changing Milk 13) Floating Eggs
2) Egg in a Bottle 14) Keep Paper Dry Underwater
3) Exploring Air Pressure 15) Dry Ice Bubbles
4) Build a Lemon Battery 16) Balloon in a Candle Flame
5) Inverted Cup of Water 17) Ocean in a Bottle
6) Candle Suction Power 18) Build a Motor with Lights
7) Amazing Magnetic Force 19) Simple Lava Lamp
8 ) Lift an Ice Cube with String 20) Invisible Ink
9) Unburnable Money 21) Density Tower
10) Matchstick Speedboat 22) Soda Can Fizz
11) Reversing an Image with Water 23) Build a Motor #2


   My boys can not wait until Science class now that we have been using Amazing Science DVDs. We have even been able to take them with us camping this time around, so we can do some of the messier activities and experiments outside at the picnic table.
   Be sure to always use adult supervision when performing any Science experiments but especially when candles and flames and dry ice are concerned.

   So far my boys favorite experiment has been the building a motor with lights which is featured on Disk 2, number 18. We have not performed them in order we jumped around some to suit what we were working on in class at the time. The Amazing Science DVD courses are geared for kids in most all age groups. My boys are in middle school and they immensely enjoyed it but would be perfect for elementary and beginning of high school as well. The DVD sets sell for $19.95.They also have DVD courses for the older crowd that feature Physics and Chemistry.

  Here is some info shared by The folks at Science and Math...
The http://www.scienceandmath.com website shares this about their Amazing Science DVD set:
“Learn fundamental principles of science through Amazing Science Experiments! You’ll learn about electricity, magnetism, heat, temperature, pressure, surface tension, buoyancy, and much more.
For every demonstration, a complete materials list is given, and each experiment features multiple camera views so you can see exactly what happens. Most importantly, every concept is explained in a step-by-step fashion. You’ll not only be amazed – you’ll understand the science behind every experiment!” 


Not only do the Science and Math folks sell great interactive Science Curriculum but they also have interactive Math DVD courses starting at Basic Math skills all the way through Calculus.
 
  As always be sure to visit the TOS Crew Blog and see how my fellow crewmates and their kids enjoyed Amazing Science.
  

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