PRLog - Feb. 24, 2013 - LAKEVILLE, Minn. -- Lakeville, Minnesota – February 24, 2013 – Kids are natural scientists but many parents don’t have the time or the knowledge to nurture this curiosity.
Science gives kids new ideas
“I am a parent and I know how busy life can get. I thought that if I could provide instructions for fun science experiments directly to parents they are more likely to do them with their kids.” Says Dawn Marcotte, owner of the website www.thingstodowithkidsmn.com (http://www.thingstodowithkidsmn.com)
“By sending the information directly to the parents they are saved the time and effort of going out and fining them. All of the experiments will be quick and easy and use stuff people normally have around the house.”
The Creative Kids Science Club will provide a weekly newsletter with step-by-step directions on a fun experiment kids can do at home. It will also include a video demonstration and information on what scientific principle is being demonstrated.
Mrs. Marcotte suggests, “Kids are natural scientists and if we can keep them enthusiastic about science by showing how much fun it can be I think we will see them stay enthusiastic through middle school and into high school. This will help them do better in science and math overall.”
The Creative Kids Science Club begins March 1, 2013.
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