Science in the Rockies

imagesMamacita says:  I’m in Colorado at Steve Spangler’s Science in the Rockies

It hasn’t even officially begun yet, but already I’m having an AWESOME TIME!  Steve and his staff are absolutely wonderful, and I know that the actual seminar will be fun, fun, FUN – not to mention enlightening.  I’m serious; everyone I’ve met has been fantastic.

In case you’re wondering why a college professor is interested in science toys and methods, let me first say that NOBODY is ever too old – or too young – to learn something new.  That holds true for me and for my students.

Also, there are so many things that can be done for students even at this level with some of Steve’s science stuff, well, you’d almost have to see it to believe it.  I’ve been using his Insta-Snow for a couple of years now to get a certain point across, and it WORKS PERFECTLY!

BE SURE TO GET THE REAL INSTA-SNOW!  There are several fakes imitations out there, and all they do is turn to mush.

Insta-Snow turns to SNOW.  A lot of snow.

If you sign up for Steve Spangler’s Experiment of the Week, you’ll get a free science experiment in your inbox each week and every part and particle of it is absolutely free. It’s summer, the kids are bored already, and some cool messy exploding fizzy bouncing educational science toys would be perfection on a stick.  Did I mention that the Experiment of the Week is FREE?  Tons of Steve’s stuff is free.

Unlike a certain other science guy who charges an arm and a leg.  Honestly, why would anybody go to that guy’s site and pay, when Steve’s giving it away for free?

Steve’s also not afraid to let people comment their true feelings, even if there’s an occasional offity; whereas, this other guy (name on request) won’t allow any comments except the good ones to be seen.  Coward.

There’s still time.  Science in the Rockies doesn’t officially start until Wednesday morning.  Quick, get out here FAST and join in the fun.

I”m serious.  It hasn’t even started yet and I’m having the time of my life.  These people are friggin’ AWESOME.

And tomorrow night, I’m going to see some precious Colorado friends!   Can’t WAIT!

Oh, oh, and in a few hours, I’m going shopping with Hula!


Comments

Science in the Rockies — 8 Comments

  1. Yikes, Bill, YES, Steve Spangler is a real person! In fact, he’s probably the realest person I’ve ever met! If you go to his website and just click around and look at things, you’ll be as big a fan as I am. I’m not kidding.

  2. Yikes, Bill, YES, Steve Spangler is a real person! In fact, he’s probably the realest person I’ve ever met! If you go to his website and just click around and look at things, you’ll be as big a fan as I am. I’m not kidding.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.