Get Ready to Ignite Your Classroom
with Science Minute Warm-Ups!

Bring the Excitement of Steve Spangler to Your Students Each Week

Wouldn’t it be great if you had a new science experience to share with your students each week of the school year? Lots of work, right?

What if I told you it’s as easy as opening an email from me each week and clicking on the downloadable lesson? 

We teamed up once again with the brilliant minds at Kesler Science to create a weekly science experience to help your students practice the skills of communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.

What’s the Buzz?

Every week, we’ll zap a brand-new, downloadable lesson straight to your inbox. Each lesson starts with a Science Minute video – a quick and fun lesson using easy-to-find materials straight from the Steve Spangler science kitchen.

The brilliant teachers at Kesler Science created a customized lesson to accompany each science video. The journey begins as students watch and react to the video experiment by answering questions, analyzing data, making models and communicating their ideas to their fellow scientists. You’ll receive a new video and 4 editable files (PDF and PowerPoint) weekly for 36 weeks. All of this is just $39 for the entire year!

Tailored to Grades 3-8

You’ll receive differentiated worksheets (downloadable PDFs) designed for students in grades 3 through 8, complete with an answer key for the teacher and “take it further” ideas from Steve Spangler.

Because we know you’ve got enough on your plate, each lesson has an editable PowerPoint deck ready to dazzle your students. Just click and teach—it’s that simple!

NGSS Aligned & SEP Focused

Worried about standards? Don’t be! All our lessons are aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and focus on the Science and Engineering Practices (SEPs). Plus, they’re completely editable. Customize them to fit your classroom’s unique scientific vibe!

Try Before You Buy

Download a FREE Science Minute Warm-Up lesson and test it with your students this week.

So, what are you waiting for? Let’s work together to keep making science fun one week at a time!