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From CS Web Concepts & Design:
Unleash your inner scientist with KidScience, the app that puts a science lab at your fingertips with simple recipes for mind-blowing experiments using everyday ingredients.You can search for experiments based on: What you have on hand (Got milk? Food coloring? You can do an experiment.) Age of scientist (2 to 92) Time available (5 minutes? Half an hour? Two days? Youve got time!) Type of science (Physics, Biology, Chemistrytry them all!)Our watch-and-do photos and videos make it easy to follow step-by-step instructions for real science experiments. Simple explanations of the science behind the fun are included with each experiment. You can even make a shopping list if you dont have everything you need for a project.Experiments: We will continue to add new experiments regularly and alert you when they are available. If you prefer, you may turn off the alerts by going to Settings and Notifications on your device.Videos: We are continually adding video demonstrations for all of our experiments. We include 3 free videos with the app. You may purchase additional videos as they become available. After you purchase 5 videos, your app will automatically be unlocked, where all current and future releases of videos are free. Or, if you like the videos, you can download our Premium version of KidScience, which includes all current and future releases of videos free with the app purchase.Liz Heinecke, a.k.a. the Kitchen Pantry Scientist, is on a mission to get every kid excited about science by making it easy and inexpensive. A mom of three with a Masters degree in Bacteriology, Liz stays busy demonstrating science on TV, working with the Science Museum of Minnesota as an Earth Ambassador for NASA, updating her KitchenPantryScientist.com website, and teaching microbiology to nursing students.Cindy Schaller, founder of CS Web Concepts & Design, is all about putting technology to practical use to make your life easier. This joint effort between the Kitchen Pantry Scientist and CS Web Concepts & Design makes science fun. Please be sure to rate the app and let us know what you think. Your feedback will help us make KidScience even better.View more information at our web site: http://www.kidscienceapp.com