Like all great scientific discoveries, this one was an accident.
On a whim, I signed our three very different sons up for an online science class.
I was skeptical, but not enough to hide my email address.
How could one class captivate 12, 14, and 16-year-old boys?
I found the answer with Aurora and Super Science
Sometimes facebook surprises me.
Not often, but sometimes.
Do you find yourself tempted to click on links, hoping they deliver what they promise?
I saw an ad that looked something like this…
(Live Science Classes offered Monthly-ish)
I clicked, entered my email address and waited.
Then the magic began to happen…
Before the promised class, I gathered all the materials, printed the worksheets and set the rules for the boys.
- There are hands-on experiments and activities in this class.
- You will take turns, each doing a step and then let the next brother do the next step.
- No arguing
- Pay attention and participate🙂
They LOVED it.
Can you believe our luck?
Science delivered to your mailbox from a NASA scientist and college professor who uses my personal favorite teaching style: Hands-On Learning!
Imagine finding a science activity that engages all of your kids simultaneously, while teaching them in a fun, hands-on way…
You’re not imagining!
My sons loved the class we took so much that I asked for permission to share some freebies with you.
And they said YES!
Special Freebies Just for You
I wanted to share a few Totally Free Science Experiment videos with you.
Each Video is normally sold for $15 each, but I got permission to share some with you absolutely Free!!!
The only thing I ask is that you let me know what you think, or tag me when you share this post on social media so I can read all about your free science fun!
Ready? Just follow the link, gather your materials, and click play.
Your kids will do the rest!
FREE Science Experiments
click the link, enter your email and you’ll get instant access to these free hands-on experiments and activities
That’s $75 worth of science videos for free!
You can even have the kids do one video a week, add some library reading, a writing assignment or two, and voila!
That’s 5 weeks of science.
Check Out Super Science and let me know what you think!
Yes! I am looking for Free Hands-on Science for my kids! Please let me know when the next BIG class is…