A science lesson membership for teachers, caregivers,
and everyone who wants to promote a love of science in kids!
Easy science experiments that kids actually want to do!
Low-cost lessons that work in a classroom or non-traditional setting
Get 100s of science lesson plans that provide the tools that children can use to become future innovators and problem solvers.
Provide kids with NGSS-aligned, hands-on science experiments that are simple, effective, and low-cost,
without spending hours lesson planning.
You don't need a science degree to foster a love of science in children. You just need to provide kids with the tools to unlock their potential.
No special equipment or expensive supplies required! Use materials you already have in the classroom or at home.
Click the link below to get instant access to the library of over 100 hands-on science lesson plans!
You are not alone!
Whether you're a teacher just struggling to make it home before 8 PM, or a parent who wants to invest in their child's interests but is too exhausted at the end of every week to even think about taking on something new, or you're someone suddenly put in charge of a STEM program you have no idea how to implement, you are not the problem.
But, no matter how busy or tired you are, you understand that creativity and innovation require inspiration. And you are devoted to providing the experiences necessary to make that happen.
Which makes you awesome!
But that's not true!
The truth is, children thrive and learn best, not with more rules, regulations, and oversight, but with the freedom to explore and investigate on their own time, in their own way, to make their own conclusions about the world.
Study after study shows that children who are forced into the study/memorize/test system don't remember what they've learned even hours after the test. And what's worse, these kids expect to be fed the answer because they are afraid of getting things "wrong."
But kids who have access to open-ended, hands-on science experiments have the freedom to draw their own conclusions from their own experiences, which leads to a deep understanding of the concepts behind the lesson (1), even if you just go over the concept briefly!
It's a step-by-step science inquiry method that will transform how your kids (and you!) view science...
...from "just-give-me-the-answer" kids to innovators and creative thinkers who have a zest for exploring their world and are inspired to change what they don't like about it.
REAL people. Unlocking creativity. Creating future scientists and innovators.
From hands-on science to STEM career.
Meet Joanie. Her daughter earned a neuroscience STEM degree thanks to her childhood experiences with hands-on science.
A science lover at just 5 years old!
Meet Sze. She used the Jarring Science Experiments to foster a love of science in her daughter from a young age.
She's top of the class in AP science.
Meet Joslyn. The Jarring Science Club helped her call science "home" and helped her reach the top of the class in AP science.
Even though kids learn best through open-ended exploration and experimenting, we know that our kids still have to hit certain targets to do well in school!
The lessons in the Jarring Science Club are NGSS-aligned, which gives you the confidence that your kids are learning what they need to excel on standardized tests and lessons in the classroom.
And, the lessons are kid-inspired, meaning they get answers to the questions they are asking about the world.
Each experiment includes:
Your class might not be studying the NGSS concept we release that month. Or maybe your kids just don't care about the new theme of the month.
That's where the Lesson Plan Library comes in!
The Lesson Plan Library gives you access to over 100 past experiments from the Jarring Science Club, including seasonal themes, past NGSS concepts, and more hands-on experiments.
The experiment library includes:
Great teachers and parents know that there is more to STEM education than just plopping a science kit down in front of your kids/students and calling it a day. Great teachers maximize the learning potential of each and every child under their care.
If you don't approach science education with this in mind, you'll be left where you started, overwhelmed, over budget, and frustrated that your kids STILL aren't learning anything from their science lessons.
Get support and insight from other teachers and caregivers who are teaching science just like you!
Inside the community you'll discover:
Not teaching weather in April? Don't want a holiday theme in December?
No problem! The Jarring Science Club allows you to pick the lessons that fit with your school standards and rubrics.
While new content is added monthly, you can access any of the club's lessons at any time.
Member benefits include:
You may be thinking, "I'm only a teacher, can I afford this program? It sounds like it might be expensive."
Or, "Why should I pay for science experiments when I can just find them for free on Pinterest?"
It's true; if you bought everything offered in the Jarring Science Club individually, you'd have to pay $200 a month for access to every lesson, training, and video.
And you could try the DIY route and make your own lessons but that often requires complete re-writing of core themes and will take away hours that you could be spending with your family relaxing.
But I understand that most parents and teachers, although willing to invest in their children's future, just don't have hundreds of dollars lying around for supplemental science lessons (although many parents pay a lot more than that for supplemental sports education!).
But as a STEM advocate, I don't want ANY child to have to be without the lessons that could mean the difference between them excelling in a STEM career or not going to college.
And many of the women in my family are teachers, and I am not interested in taking a teacher's last penny! I know how hard teacher's work for every last dime.
That's why I've priced the Jarring Science Club so low, so that EVERY family and teacher can make hands-on science a part of their everyday life.
Because what I want the most is for more children to grow into adults who think like a scientist- logically, critically, and with a solution mindset that can discover creative solutions to real-world problems like climate change and the global food crisis.
So tell me... do you want that, too?
SCIENCE DABBLER- access for 1 month
Just $9 a month!
SCIENCE LOVER- access for 6 months
$54 billed every six months
SCIENCE FANATIC- access for 12 months
$90 billed annually
Just $9 a month!
Discounts and additional bonuses offered with semi-annual and annual subscriptions.
60-day Money-Back Guarantee
I know you work hard for the money that you earn, and you only want to invest in tools that will help make your life easier and enrich your children's' lives.
That's why I offer a complete no-questions-asked, 60-day, money-back guarantee for the Jarring Science Club.
If you're not satisfied during that period with what you see inside the Jarring Science Club, just send me an email at info@STEAMsational.com requesting your refund.
It's as simple as that! No hassle, no fuss, and no questions.
I want to make this membership a no-brainer choice.
That's why in addition to the extensive experiment library, support community, easy-to-use member portal, and 4 brand-new lessons a month, members also get these BONUSES!
Your level of membership determines the bonuses that you will receive.
Finding high-quality science resources that are NGSS aligned and teach kids how to think like a scientist is a tall order. Very few curricula and even fewer free resources get it right.
But it doesn't have to be as hard as it is right now.
...the hours spent scanning Pinterest and Teachers Pay Teachers for just *one* resource that works for your students...
...the money wasted on science kits languishing in your child's closet because they thought it was "boring"...
...the frustration of trying to cobble your own lessons together that meet your state science standards or match your child's interests...
It can all go away.
All you have to do is make a choice. And if you don't choose to join the Jarring Science Club, that's OK! The club isn't a perfect fit for everyone.
...then I'll see you on the inside!
Yes! In fact, the accessible nature of the Jarring Science Club means that it's easier than most science programs to implement in a home setting. Kids can log into the member portal, access the videos, and answer the quiz all in one spot. They can even download and print the lesson guide right at home and use their own household supplies to complete the experiments. Many lessons also come with digital slides you can use on Google Classroom.
Yes! We welcome all kinds of educators- homeschooling parents, grandparents, daycare workers, childminders, after-school care, and anyone else who has a passion for sharing a love of science with kids!
I started doing these experiments with my daughters as a homeschool mom years ago, and so I'll always have a soft spot for "unconventional educators" who want to inspire a love of science in the kids in their influence.
Most of the lessons inside the Jarring Science Club will take a 45-minute class period to complete. A few lessons may take multiple class periods, particularly if students are growing something or waiting for a reaction to occur over time.
Most of the videos are 15 minutes or less, so kids can easily consume the content and complete the experiment in just shy of an hour. But of course, if you want to take longer on a particular concept, by all means do so!
Of course! Many of our members are classroom teachers! The lessons are designed with classroom teachers in mind so you don't have to worry about using tools unavailable in the classroom setting.
Yes! It doesn't matter if you're an after-school care program, a separate STEM program, a homeschool teacher, a loving grandparent, or a roaming teacher giving lessons to kids who work on a farm (one of our members did just that!). The Jarring Science Club lessons can work for any setting.
Absolutely nothing! You can do them any time. All of the previous Jarring Science Club lessons are available for download at any time in the club, so you can do them at your own pace. You can even download the lesson packets to use later down the line!
Of course! I hate zero-return policies as much as anyone else, and I won't do it to you! I offer a 60-day, money-back guarantee on your club membership. All I ask is that you try one or two lessons before you quit. You may find it's a better fit than you first imagined!
Possibly, but there is definitely something to be said for having easy access to done-for-you resources that you KNOW are aligned with NGSS and encourage kids to develop crucial scientific thinking skills so they can unlock their potential to become innovators, critical thinkers, and problem solvers!
Also, it takes a LOT of time to develop your own resources. I know, because it takes me over 15 hours each week just to put together each week's lesson (not to mention filming and editing the experiments!). I don't know many parents and teachers who have that kind of extra time to devote to creating science lessons each week!
You could do things on your own, or you can reap the benefits of all my hard work!
Nope! We only use things that the everyday person can get a hold of easily, and best of all, usually, they are things you'll already have at home or in your classroom.
Of course! The Teaching Science and STEM group is an excellent place to get answers to any lesson questions and it's included in your membership!
You can join the Jarring Science Club any time. But I also know if you join now, you'll instantly have access to 100s (and counting!) of hands-on science lessons that your students and kids will love, that also align with NGSS concepts. You won't have to stress about what lessons to do with your class or kids because you'll always have a reliable program to fall back on!
And I'd be happy to answer! Shoot me an email at email@example.com and we'll get that question answered!
Make teaching science easier today!
1. Physical Experience Enhances Science Learning, Carly Kontra, Daniel J. Lyons, Susan M. Fischer, et al, April 24, 2015