My Science Draw & Write Journal for Kids: 52 Unique Writing and Drawing Prompts to Help Young Scientists & Engineers Explore the World

Amazing Science Draw & Write Journal with Prompts for Curious Kids!

This 8”x10” softcover science activity book for kids aged 6-11 provides hours of quiet fun.

Includes 32 unique science & engineering drawing prompts and 20 creative writing prompts with simple experiments.

Great for homeschoolers, primary & elementary classes, after-school care, and STEM and STEAM clubs.

  • Safe, simple science experiments using everyday objects.
  • Encourages development of 3D visualization for future architects and engineers.
  • Trains young minds to observe phenomena and record observations.
  • Promotes independent study.
  • Stimulates imagination & problem solving.
  • Use one a day as a “bell ringer” activity for groups or individuals.

This creativity journal for kids makes science fun! Helps students take ownership of learning and brings back the wonder of discovery.

Supports NGSS science education standards.

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Mary L. Spaeth: Tunable Laser Inventor

Mary L. Spaeth invented the first tunable laser.

One of the most accomplished engineers I have had the privilege of interviewing was Mary L. Spaeth, a specialist in the field of laser optics.

Spaeth was a pioneer who discovered the world’s first “tunable” laser.

While researching ruby lasers at Hughes Aircraft Corp., Spaeth “came to believe that dyes would make excellent lasers.” Dyes are strongly colored chemicals that can be used to add color to a material, such as hair or cloth.

The year was 1966, only six years after the first laser was invented. Continue reading “Mary L. Spaeth: Tunable Laser Inventor”

Calling all future Nobel Prize winners!

STEM-INSPIRATIONS | How to Become a Nobel Prize Winner: An Interactive Journal and Science Notebook with Quotes and Biographies of Women Who Won

This interactive journal will inspire you to greatness with motivational quotes and short biographies of women who won a Nobel Prize in science (see list below). Plus you’ll have plenty of worksheets, including: Continue reading “Calling all future Nobel Prize winners!”