Get your Hands On – FREE Science Experiment Resource Book

Do you like easy science experiment resources?! Ok followers- this is HUGE!  Its the last week here at camp and I’ve been keeping track of (aka a gigantic PPT) of all the stuff we have done!  Over 75 slides!!!!

It even includes my ALL. time. FAVORITE gummy Bear lab! The resource below extends that learning even further with recording sheets and more!

Gummy Bear Science Inquiry Lab

Well I know you all have been paying attention to all the experiments I’ve been putting up on here!  Now they are all in ONE place!  This has taken a huge amount of time but I wanted the kids to go home with something so they could do experiments at  home and when some of them can’t write yet….well you have to work around it!

So I compiled all the experiments we have done into one giant PDF.  Best part is: ITS FREE!!! You read that right.  I just compiled this, but trust me:


If you are like me and did some of science experiments over summer – you have to check out my summer science series – which expands even more and adds to this content!!

I only picked the ones I really wanted to do and knew that the students would love!  They would be an awesome addition to any science curriculum or for anyone you know needing science fair projects! 🙂

Click the pic to download!  

Super Science Experiments is for you! Walking you through easy experiments for any use – this is great to just have in your back pocket for some of those FUN times!

What else have I been up to? :
Just taking some super cute pictures with the boyfriend before he returns to school 🙁
Don’t you love the color dust pics? Have you seen them all over Pinterest?!


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  1. Lisa R. on August 7, 2012 at 9:55 pm

    You are so generous!! I needed some ideas for science & here you are. Thanks so much! 🙂
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

  2. Andrea on August 8, 2012 at 2:05 am

    This is awesome Amber! I've been following many of your science posts and I'm glad you put the best of the best in one unit! Thank you for sharing!

    PS: Love the color dust pics! I'm doing a color run with my sister and our BFs next week and your pictures got me SUPER excited for it!

    Cheers To School

  3. Amber on August 8, 2012 at 3:43 pm


  4. Patti White on August 11, 2012 at 11:37 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing this great collection of science experiments! I am now following your blog and would love for you to drop by mine and check it out!
    Patti 🙂
    A Series of 3rd Grade Events

  5. luckeyfrog on August 18, 2012 at 8:50 pm

    I I am embarrassingly far behind on Google Reader, but I am so excited about this! Thank you for sharing!


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