Sick Science Fast Physics
Sick Science Fast Physics : Watch as a string of beads defy gravity as it pulls itself up and out of a cup. Pack a set of 50 science sticks full of potential energy and watch out! Promotes critical thinking and open ended learning. New, hip, simple, clean design. Real science has never been so much fun and engaging for kids. Great for Science Fairs. QR codes link to exclusive online videos included with each kit. Step by step and explanation videos enrich the experience.
What is S.T.E.M.? STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, which constitutes many of the areas educators look to cover for science based activities. We are proud to say that his kit has a strong focus on STEM.
From the creative phat brains at the Steve Spangler labs comes an online sensation that takes the coolest science experiences to new levels. With over 100 million views and counting, the insanely popular SICK Science videos challenge inquisitive minds to wonder, discover and explore. Now you can create your own sick science experience at home that’s guaranteed to get ooohs & ahhhs!
What do you get to do?
All it takes is a slight tug and the long string of beads literally pulls itself out of the container and onto the floor. Best of all, fifty feet of beads empty from the container in under five seconds! How does it work? Sir Isaac Newton reveals yet another science miracle with just one word… INERTIA! Newton’s Beads are a fantastic and colorful introduction to physics. From inertia and potential energy to gravity and acceleration, these beads will open scientific doors in a quick, easy, and spectacular demonstration.
Popsicle Stick Release:
Popsicle sticks are great for holding frozen treats and reading the occasional joke off of, but did you know they’re excellent for demonstrating potential and kinetic energy? It’s true! If you weave popsicle sticks together just right, you can create a chain reaction that will create a dazzling display of flying popsicle sticks!
Have you ever seen a comedy bit from a black and white silent film? One of the favorite gags was someone hoisting a piano to a 3rd or 4th story window and then someone cuts the string… CRASH! The piano comes crashing down as ivory keys and wood splinters go everywhere. The Magic Hex Nut Pendulum involves the same sort of thing, only on a much smaller scale. What will happen to your hex nuts? The result may surprise you.