Friday, June 16, 2017

Thomas Edison's Secret Lab: It's Always Sharkest Giveaway #ad




 Summer is officially here at the Rup House! We finished school yesterday! That means the kids can have a little more movie/television time. Of course that mean we watch some educational shows - but they can be disguised fun kids shows. Thomas Edison's Secret Lab: It's Always Sharkest. Is a perfect dvd to pop in when the littles want to watch but I want what they watch to be quality.


This show features everything to do with science. We take a gentle approach to our homeschool science the first 3 years of schooling. This basically means we read a lot about our world, environment, and animals. I love adding videos to that time to reinforce what we are learning. Thomas Edison's Secret Lab has been a great addition to our school time. 

About:

Unknown to the world, Thomas Edison built a secret lab where he invented a virtual version of himself and a steampunk robot named Von Bolt. Years later, Angie, a twelve-year-old science prodigy, discovers the lab.

Join Angie and friends as they learn and explore a variety of science topics from a shark's sense of smell to plants and pollinator's roles to radioactive decay to DNA and more!

While visiting one of Kent's relatives, the kids come up with a great idea for attracting more tourists to his restaurant - the only catch is that it also attracts a very big shark with very big teeth! What will the Secret Lab Kids do? Guided by fun-loving Edison, Angie and friends will show just how fun science can be!

 Stories Included:

  • It's Always Sharkest
  • Bee-Gone
  • Monster Smash
  • Follow Your Nose
  • Fungal Bungle
  • Burpin' Babies
  • The Mystery of Pirate Woods
  • Mutant Mascot


Featured Scientist

  • Charles Darwin
  • John B Watson
  • Dr Karl Von Frisch
  • Frederick Soddy 
  • Plus more...

Topics 

  • Sharks' Sense of Smell
  • Radioactive Decay
  • Pollinators' Roles
  • DNA

 WIN WIN WIN
One lucky reader will win a copy of Thomas Edison's Secret Lab: It's Always Sharkest





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