Weekly Video Series

Welcome to Steve Spangler’s Science Minute. Each week will feature a new, hands-on science experiment or STEM challenge that you can try at home with easy-to-find materials.


For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. In today’s Science Minute, Steve Spangler puts Isaac Newton’s Third Law of Motion to good use (or maybe not) as he shares a clever way to amuse your friends as you explore the science of force and motion.

Why does this video expire in just 6 days?

Science Minute is a new collection of science experiment videos that are not available on any of Steve’s YouTube channels. You receive these videos on a limited-time basis as a benefit of subscribing to Steve’s weekly emails. 

However, if you are a Kesler Science member, you have unlimited access to this collection of Science Minute videos PLUS standards-based lessons that accompany each video. This is just one of the hundreds of reasons you might consider becoming a Kesler Science member.



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We love the fact that educators around the globe share Steve Spangler’s Science Minute with their students weekly as their favorite “bell-ringer” activity to kickstart the class or just a fun way to get kids in the STEM mindset. 

We produce these videos with the intention that you’ll watch them weekly. In fact, this Science Minute is available for the next 6 days only to be replaced with a new video next week! That’s right, we have over 2 years of super-fun, highly engaging Science Minute videos to share with you without repeating a single video.

This series is FREE to YOU because you attended one of Steve’s live events or you signed up to receive special resources from Steve. Either way, we hope you and your students enjoy the videos.

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