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March 27, 2014
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I’m Aurora Lipper. I’m the one who does all those videos that get kids really excited about learning science.

I hope it’s okay to tell you this…

See, I need your help. PLUS, I’ve got something really cool to give you for free.

This video explains everything:

So, I recently created a new online science mini-program. It’s a series of science experiment videos, together with a workbook that guides kids through a collection of my best hands-on science experiments.

But before I even think about really advertising it, I want to get more feedback from parents, teachers and kids on it. This way I can be sure to make it the best it can be.

So…I’d like to give you a copy for Free.

All I ask is that if you have any feedback (good or bad), you let me know. That’s it.

There’s no catch, and it’s not one of those deals where you only get it if you buy something else (I hate those things). I just want some honest feedback, if you have any.

Since it’s an online program, you can download it immediately and your kids will be doing experiments within 20 minutes (I make a point of using easy-to-find household materials, most of which you already have).

Since the program is self-guided, your kids can even do it on their own. This is great in case you don’t have time to teach science, or if your science background isn’t as strong as you’d like.

Be sure to use the link below (if you just go to my regular website you’ll see it normally sells for $30, but you’ll get it free with the link below).

Here’s where to download it now (Free):
Download my new Science Activity Video Series and Guidebook

I’ll show you step-by-step how to do experiments like:

* How to defy gravity and float magnets in midair.

* How to build a solar cell from hardware store parts. While normally it takes factories the size of a city block to make a silicon solar cell, we’ll be making a copper solar cell after a quick trip to the hardware store.

* Multiply without using numbers! This math trick looks impressive, so be prepared for jaw-drops when you show this to someone.

* Measure the width of a hair using a $0.99 cent laser pointer (and some stuff you have around the house).

And plenty more.

I’ll take your kids step-by-step through each experiment in a detailed video, then once they’re excited by the cool-factor of the experiment, I’ll explain the theory and academics in the guidebook.

And, I also include exercises at the end of each experiment.

Enjoy and have fun!



P.S. I’m not sure how long I’ll leave this up for free so you might want to download it now, even if it might be a while before you get to it (though I doubt your kids will want to wait 🙂

P.P.S. Oh, by the way, do feel free to pass this on to anyone who you think might be interested.

Click this link to download the Science Activity Manual and Video series:

Download my new Science Activity Video Series and Guidebook

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