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Each Science Minute™ video features Steve Spangler sharing a fun science experiment or STEM challenge using easy to find materials. One of the most engaging elements in these videos is the setting… a kitchen, living room, garage or any place at home you want to try an experiment. These videos are also great to include in weekly newsletters or as part of a “try it at home” series with your students.

This entire collection of videos is unique because the attention is focused on the experiment and not the demonstrator. Each video starts with a simple list of ingredients, shows the experiment being performed, and then ends with a question. That’s the best part! The videos don’t give away the answer and leaves the students with an opportunity to offer their own answers.

This “do-it-yourself” collection of videos features experiments and STEM projects that are perfect to do at home with family members or friends who love science. Steve’s motto is… “Anything worth do is worth overdoing!” The longer format style of these videos allows Steve to “take it further” with field trips to interesting places, special guests and crazy challenges that are usually loud, messy and really fun and engaging.

Here’s what you might not know… In May 2020, Steve Spangler responded to a friendly challenge – to use the ever-popular TikTok platform to teach science. The biggest element of the challenge to overcome was… time. TikTok videos are only allowed to be 59 seconds or less. In fact, the average video on the platform is only 17 seconds. His first video was posted in at the end of May 2020 and 90 days later he broke 1 million followers with nearly 60 million views of his videos.