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Fire Bubbles and Exploding Toothpaste: More Unforgettable Experiments that Make Science Fun (Steve Spangler Science) Steve Spangler Scien Edition
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This book we both also enjoy but the experiments are much more complicated and of a more professional level. I haven't read through this book as much as my son has yet but he kept commenting to me that in order to do this experiment or that experiment we would have to go on stevespangler.com to get an ingredient. I can tell he likes the book but the idea that we will have to purchase special ingredients is a bit of a turn off to us both.
So if you haven't purchased Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes I highly recommend you go with that book first to start with. If you are a die hard science experiment lover then by all means go for this book. It won't disappoint!
Why would the title of a book being sold to the general public suggest that there are experiments to be performed involving 'fire bubbles' and 'exploding toothpaste' when the reality is that they are only to be performed in a science lab by a certified professional?
If you are buying the book thinking you will be able to perform those two experiments for someone, think again, unless you're an active science teacher.
I couldn't ask for a more engaging format. My students will be lining up to borrow this book as soon as it hits my classroom tomorrow. They won't be able to resist the beautiful pictures and the simple directions that will allow them to recreate some of these exciting moments at home. The best part is when I hear, "I'm going to show this to my little brother/sister!" I know when they say that, what they really mean is they intend to show off what they've learned by teaching it to someone else. These moments reach the dinner table.Fire Bubbles and Exploding Toothpaste: More Unforgettable Experiments that Make Science Fun
The other experiments look OK, but its hard to get excited when I can't do the one thing I spent $14.95 for !
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Ordered for nephews, ages 7 and 10. It was the "sleeper hit" of the day! Lots of fun for the whole family the day after Christmas! Read morePublished 10 months ago by kelligrnii
Gave it as gift and haven't heard. ALMOST kept it for myself, but my kids are grown and gone. FUN STUFFPublished 10 months ago by Kayakeruth
Great book. I use it in my Afterschool program and the kids love it!Published 10 months ago by RMan
I bought this as a gift for my niece in hopes to get her excited about science (she hated it previously). Read morePublished 10 months ago by lindylou
Fire Bubbles is a good teaching tool and fun for the whole family.Published 12 months ago by Glenn Harter
Excellent product. Amazing books for science loversPublished 16 months ago by Luis Fernando Espinel M