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TOS Review: Amazing Science DVD

Brent, was really excited when I told him that I was going to review Amazing Science Volume 1. 

Amazing Science is a two DVD set with 23 science experiments.
Your child will learn about electricity, magnetism, heat, temperature, pressure, surface tension, buoyancy, and more.
I'm embarrassed to admit that science at our house rarely gets done. It's a subject that year-after-year seems to get pushed to the bottom of the list.
Thanks to Amazing Science things have changed around here and the children are excited about us doing some science experiments.

Amazing Science, makes it easy too! We pop in the DVD, watch Jason demonstrate the science experiment, and then it's our turn to try it. The material for most of the science demonstrations can be found around the house, so that's a big plus. Before each demonstration there is a list of what is needed. I would pause the DVD and jot down the items.

During the demonstration, Jason, explains what is happening and why.
The Amazing Science is professionally done with multiple camera views, so you don't miss any part of the demonstration.

To watch five of the experiments that are included in Amazing Science Volume 1, please click here. If you like what you see you can purchase Amazing Science for $19.95 or as a download for $17.99.

A few things you might want to check your pantry for (because believe it or not I didn't have a few of these everyday household items).
Now let me explain why the Frappicino is among the worthy.
 Three experiments that we chose required a glass container. In the demonstrations, Jason used Starbucks jars. To be on the safe side I purchased three Starbucks drinks.
Things a mother does for her children and science.

What experiments did we like best???
The Color Changing Milk was simple and fun. It was the first experiment we tried.
Egg in a Bottle
 Density Tower
Of course for this review the kids and I had to set things up like Jason did.
This one was for the Density Tower.

Our absolute favorite was one of the simplest to make....drum-roll please.....Ocean in a Bottle!!!

Instead of using cooking oil I used baby oil. We did make one with cooking oil but the baby oil one looked so much prettier.

My Amazing Science helpers.
Brent, setting up for the Lava Lamp experiment. 
 For the Lava Lamp, we used a plastic container and it worked just fine, so no need to rush out and purchase the Starbucks Frappicinos.
The children and I really enjoyed Amazing Science. Lance my 7yr. old didn't sit through the whole DVD demonstrations though. For the younger crowd mom might want to watch the demonstration first then do the experiment with the child. This is what I did with Lance. The older ones watched the demonstrations with me.

To read more Amazing Science reviews from other TOS Crew members please click HERE.
Happy Science!
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**Disclaimer: As a member of the TOS Crew, I received this product, at no cost to me, in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are mine.

2 comments

  1. What a great review, I really love all the pictures.

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  2. Thank you, the kids and I had a lot of fun with Amazing Science. I had more pictures but thought I shared enough ;) it was hard to pick and choose.
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