The National Parenting Center Awards Its 2016 Spring Seal Of Approval To The Young Scientists Club For Sparking Science Then Displaying It As Art
Jamestown, RI (April 27, 2016) – Typically when a mom or dad needs some guidance, they ask … another mom or dad because Fathers know best, as do Mothers! That handed-down wisdom is the premise behind The National Parenting Center. They just released their 2016 Spring Seal of Approval awards and its no surprise The Young Scientists Club has won, again. This season it’s kudos for its six intriguing Science-Art Fusion Series themed kits ($19.99). Now kids can have their science and display it too!
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It’s a Saturday so why not impress Mom with a milk color explosion? Construct a DNA Model or perform planet Earth chromatography — because it’s all in the box! With themes like Science-Art Fusion Sculptures, Science-Art Fusion Space or Science-Art Fusion Explosions, these clever kits are geared to ages 5 and older. Young Scientists are encouraged to take a photo as each experiment is completed (perhaps wearing a white lab coat?) and then tape the picture on the spot on the enclosed poster. Pick a spot to hang the scientific success and voila! – an impressive art gallery.
As The National Parenting Center reviewer enthusiastically wrote, “The directions are straightforward and easy for older kids to follow by themselves which gives them a strong sense of independence, pride and self-confidence. The looks on our testers faces when an experiment was successful was priceless!”
Each of these STEAM themed kits are priced at $19.99 are now available in specialty stores and online at http://www.TheYoungScientistsClub.com. Experiments cover six themes: Bubbles, Crystals, Explosions, Rainbows, Sculptures and Space.
Science-Art Fusion Series • Ages 5 to 12
The National Parenting Center 2016 Seal of Approval Winner
The glowing review, as posted online at http://the-parenting-center.com/science-art-fusion-series/:
“What do you get when you mix Science and Art? A fabulous product called Science-Art Fusion.
There are six project kits in the line. Each is a great introduction into the basic concepts of science (far too many to mention here) and can really spark a child’s interest in learning more and conducting experiments.”
“In addition, most of the experiments produce art work that can be displayed, hence the conjoined title Science AND Art. Just about every experiment we tried was successful and short enough to keep the kids attention and interest. Parents should be aware that there are some items that are not included that are needed to complete the experiments (food coloring, oil and vinegar that sort of thing).”
“The directions are straightforward and easy for older kids to follow by themselves which gives them a strong sense of independence, pride and self-confidence. The looks on our testers faces when an experiment was successful was priceless. For younger kids, parent participation is a must.”
Young Scientists, with their parents’ permission, are encouraged to visit the Young Scientists Science-Fusion Art Gallery online and post their favorite moments of making STEAM at home!
ABOUT THE YOUNG SCIENTISTS CLUB
It’s been 17 years since Esther Novis, a mother of five and a former Harvard-trained biologist, started The Young Scientists Club as a summer science camp for her then 5-year-old son. Friends from other parts of the country told Novis they wanted to duplicate her concept and the idea for a science subscription service was born! The subscription kits are now mailed monthly to thousands of children around the world and the company’s retail kits are sold in hundreds of specialty stores. In addition to developing new products for The Young Scientists Club, this wise mom has many years of experience teaching at Phillips Academy, Andover and has written the science column for Parents Magazine plus wrote science experiments for the new science curriculum by McGraw-Hill Publishing.