Nutty Scientists of Houston

Nutty Scientists of Houston is a premier provider of fun and educational STEM program in the Greater Houston area, with the lab located in The Woodlands.

Nutty Scientists® is a European and world leading provider of fun, hands-on, interactive programs for children of all ages related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). With presence in 35 countries and growing, each year we work with more than 5 million children all over the world. We educate while having fun!

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04/21/2020

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Put Wednesday night on your calendar ✨

There hasn't been a meteor shower to light up the sky since early January, and this one will be visible around the globe.

insider.com 04/03/2020

Disney is offering a free online course in how to be an Imagineer

insider.com The interactive course will give families a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at what goes into creating a Disney theme park.

nasa.gov 04/02/2020

NASA at Home -- For Kids and Families

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has launched “NASA At Home,” for students (kindergarten and above) and families to explore free science videos, home activities and lessons, virtual tours and blogs. Let NASA bring the Universe to your home by going to this link: https://www.nasa.gov/nasa-at-home-for-kids-and-families

nasa.gov NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, watch NASA TV live, and learn about our quest to reveal the unknown and benefit all humankind.

03/27/2020

Nutty Scientists of Houston - Science and Reading Adventures - Episode 9

In our final 9th episode of the "Science and Reading Adventures" we are creating a glacier... a.k.a. SLIME! ✨

https://youtu.be/mw3CsDa-5ss

03/26/2020

Nutty Scientists of Houston - Science and Reading Adventures - Episode 8

Episode 8 of the "Science and Reading Adventures" series... and it's the best smelling volcano! ✨

https://youtu.be/4agrIOJyR_k

03/25/2020

Nutty Scientists of Houston - Science and Reading Adventures - Episode 7

Here is Episode 7 of our "Science and Reading Adventures" series. Today, we'll teach you how to create a tornado! ✨

https://youtu.be/IcrX_srzZZ0

03/24/2020

Nutty Scientists of Houston - Science and Reading Adventures - Episode 6

Here is Episode 6 of our "Science and Reading Adventures" series. Today's science experiment is very easy to do at home. If you don't have food coloring, use different color juices ✨

https://youtu.be/NnEZ1HkV5_c

03/23/2020

Nutty Scientists of Houston - Science and Reading Adventures - Episode 5

We continue with our "Science and Reading Adventures" series. Here is Episode 5. Today's book is "The Wizard of Oz", and we're going to show you how to melt the Wicked Witch of the West ✨

https://youtu.be/vFYnOc1IQ7M

03/20/2020

Nutty Scientists of Houston - Science and Reading Adventures - Episode 4

Here is Episode 4 of the "Science and Reading Adventures" series. And while this one is hard to do at home unless you happen to have the materials... it's truly magical ✨

https://youtu.be/4z0J6NBr8HY

03/19/2020

Nutty Scientists of Houston - Science and Reading Adventures - Episode 3

Episode 3 of the "Science and Reading Adventures" series. Let's make snow! ❄️❄️❄️

https://youtu.be/I4mdZ0v1cQ8

03/18/2020

Nutty Scientists of Houston - Science and Reading Adventures - Episode 2

Here is the second installment of our "Science and Reading Adventures" series. And this episode has to do with everyone's favorite kid wizard... ✨

https://youtu.be/SYhfTjQWYho

P.S. If you've missed the first video, you'll find it on our page

03/17/2020

Nutty Scientists of Houston - Science and Reading Adventures - Episode 1

For the next 10 days, we'll be posting a daily episode from our "Science and Reading Adventures" series for you! 🌡📖

We recorded this all the way back in 2015-16 and shared it with you a few times. But now seems like a perfect time to post it again.

The idea was to combine Reading and Science into a fun and educational videos to help parents make science and reading fun their kids.

For every episode, we discuss one book that you can read with your kids and demonstrate a science experiment that goes with it. Each episode is only about 5 minutes, and they are super fun!!! 😀

Here is Episode 1... ✨

https://youtu.be/fBxdmSgbTCs

We are very excited to bring to you our own YouTube series called "Science and Reading Adventures"! In these short videos we will talk about one of our favor...

03/17/2020

Nutty Scientists of Houston

With so many tragic and worrisome things going on in the world, we completely forgot about one of our favorite days - Dr. Seuss's birthday on March 2.

Here is a quick video from a few years ago on how to make one of our favorite messy activities - Oobleck. All you need for it is a little bit of cornstarch (which is still in stores in the baking section) and water. Enjoy doing it with your kids and get ready for all the excitement! 💖

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!!! To celebrate, Professor Proton made Oobleck live! The video appears to skip about 5 seconds closer to the end, must be one of Dr. Seuss's characters playing a trick on us :)

03/07/2020

Save the Children US

It’s important to be calm, honest and informed when talking to kids about the #coronavirus, or #COVID19. Our experts have put together some tips to help get the conversation started. http://ow.ly/QVgJ50yAyKH

03/04/2020

We’re hosting The Women’s Council of Entrepreneurs monthly meeting this afternoon! So many wonderful, smart, hard-working women in one room 💖 Women's Council of Entrepreneurs

02/25/2020

Our next Parents Night Out is on Saturday, March 28, 6-10 pm. Your kids will have a terrific, fun, and nutty time at our Lab (8000 McBeth Way, #160, The Woodlands). We’ll do fun hands-on science experiments, eat pizza, play games, and watch a movie. Ages: 5-12. Cost: $35 for the first child and $30 for siblings.

Register: https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/our-programs-events/register-for-a-program/

01/29/2020

Register for a Program | Nutty Scientists Houston

OUR SUMMER CAMPS ARE NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION!

Location: Nutty Scientists Lab, 8000 McBeth Way, #160, The Woodlands
Registration and more information: https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/our-programs-events/register-for-a-program/

“The Science of Fashion and Beauty” Science Camp
June 1-5, 2020 / 10 am-1 pm / Age: 6-10 / Cost: $195

“Jedi in Training” Science Camp with drama rocket!
June 8-12, 2020 / 9:30 am-3:30 pm / Age: 6-11 / Cost: $350

“Nutty Detectives” Science Camp
June 15-19, 2020 / 10 am-1 pm / Age: 6-10 / Cost: $195

“Amazing Toys” Science Camp with drama rocket!
June 22-26, 2020 / 9:30 am-3:30 pm / Age: 6-11 / Cost: $350

“Ooey-Gooey-Slimy Science” Science Camp
August 3-7, 2020 / 10 am-1 pm / Age: 6-10 / Cost: $195

nuttyscientists.com If you have a specific question about a Nutty Scientists program or event, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re always happy to tell you more about our fun and educational programs. Call our office: 281-719-0873 or email us at [email protected].

boredpanda.com 01/09/2020

“When It’s Time For Them To Go, It All Hits You Like A Ton Of Bricks:” Mom’s Emotional Post Goes Viral

A beautiful reminder to soak it all in 💖

boredpanda.com Misty Brewer Lee has two children. Her daughter is a 21-year-old junior playing college softball and her son is a high school senior who just turned 19. Two young adults, getting ready to tackle life on their own. And while they still need their mom, while she will always remain their parent, her ro...

01/03/2020

Our Homeschool program re-starts on Monday, January 13, at 1:30 pm. We will be meeting at our lab in The Woodlands (8000 McBeth Way). Registration and more information: https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/events/homeschool-spring2020/

01/02/2020

Sorry for the website name but wanted to share this with you anyway! 😃 And for those of you whose kids are now attending our Nutty Science Wars winter camp, we did this very experiment on Monday!!!

A 24-year-old PhD candidate has been crowned Miss America 2019 after she chucked aside pageant norms and instead donned a lab coat and safety glasses to perform a science experiment during the talent portion of the competition.

Camille Schrier has dual Bachelor of Science degrees from Virginia Tech in Biochemistry and Systems Biology and is currently studying to obtain a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Turning the talent portion into a science experiment was a way for her to get others excited about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields, she said in a university blog post. “I am more than Miss Virginia. I am Miss Biochemist, Miss Systems Biologist, Miss Future PharmD looking toward a pharmaceutical industry career," she said in a statement emailed to IFLScience when she won Miss Virginia earlier this year.
"Now was the time for me to create a mind shift about the concept of talent by bringing my passion for STEM to the stage. To me, talent is not a passion alone, but also a skill which is perfected over years of learning.” ​

Schrier won a $50,000 scholarship. In her acceptance speech she told the audience she wanted to "break stereotypes about what it means to be a Miss America in 2020". She will use her year as Miss America to advocate for drug safety and prevention programme Mind Your Meds.

Images: Rick Myers Photography/Miss Virginia Organization

12/29/2019

“Nutty Science Wars” Science Camp « Nutty Scientists of Houston

Our Nutty Science Wars camp starts tomorrow. It will be held Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 am to 1 pm. we still have 3 spots available.

https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/events/winter2019/

nuttyscientists.com “Nutty Science Wars” Science Camp December 30, 2019 - January 3, 202010:00 am - 1:00 pm Details Price Qty Single Child Registration $159.00 (USD)   Quantity Additional Siblings Registration $149.00 (USD)   Quantity please do not enter anything in this input Online event registration an...

12/21/2019

Don't forget to register for our Winter Science Camp! Enrollment will close as soon as we sell all the spots in the camp, and they are going fast: https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/events/winter2019/

We decided to offer our most popular camp during this winter break - "Nutty Science Wars": https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/events/winter2019/

Not just because kids LOVE it, but because it coincides with the most anticipated movie of the season, "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" :)

Does your daughter or son dream of becoming a Jedi, exploring new worlds, and fighting off the bad guys?

Have an incredible and nutty adventure with us while:
* Levitating objects
* Erupting volcanoes
* Programming droids and sending them on spy missions
* Creating slimy and messy intergalactic substances
* Learning about forces of flight
* Building a light saber …and so much more!
Date: December 30, 2019 – January 3, 2020 (no camp on January 1)
Time: 10 am – 1 pm
Age: 6 – 11
Cost: $159 ($149 for additional siblings)
Location: Nutty Scientists Lab in the Woodlands (8000 McBeth Way)

Registration is now open: https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/events/winter2019/

We have limited number of spots, so don't delay, register early... and may the force be with you! 😀

11/15/2019

We decided to offer our most popular camp during this winter break - "Nutty Science Wars": https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/events/winter2019/

Not just because kids LOVE it, but because it coincides with the most anticipated movie of the season, "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" :)

Does your daughter or son dream of becoming a Jedi, exploring new worlds, and fighting off the bad guys?

Have an incredible and nutty adventure with us while:
* Levitating objects
* Erupting volcanoes
* Programming droids and sending them on spy missions
* Creating slimy and messy intergalactic substances
* Learning about forces of flight
* Building a light saber …and so much more!
Date: December 30, 2019 – January 3, 2020 (no camp on January 1)
Time: 10 am – 1 pm
Age: 6 – 11
Cost: $159 ($149 for additional siblings)
Location: Nutty Scientists Lab in the Woodlands (8000 McBeth Way)

Registration is now open: https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/events/winter2019/

We have limited number of spots, so don't delay, register early... and may the force be with you! 😀

people.com 11/05/2019

Dog Learning to Talk By Using a Custom Soundboard to Speak: 'I'm in Constant Amazement'

Beyond amazing! 🐶

people.com Stella the dog's owner, a speech-language pathologist, says the canine already knows 29 words and can form phrases

[11/05/19]   Would you be possibly interested in a 4-day winter camp, Monday-Tuesday, December 30-31 and Thursday-Friday, January 2-3? It would be $159, 3-hours long. Either 10 am to 1 pm or 2 to 5 pm.

Comment 'yes' if you might be interested. We're not looking for commitment, just if there is enough interest to organize it 😀

10/27/2019

We had lots of fun at the Halloween-themed Parents Night Out on Saturday. Thank you for sharing your kids with us and for letting us know how much they enjoyed the evening 💖

10/17/2019

Learn more about our fun science birthday parties: https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/book-your-nutty-scientists-party/

10/13/2019

Beautiful!

Humans are blind to ultraviolet light. But bugs can see it! Ever wondered what a flower looks like to a butterfly or bee? Well, now we know. Photographer Craig Burrows snapped photos of flowers in ultraviolet light. No wonder bees and butterflies love them so much!

cnbc.com 10/07/2019

Stanford psychology expert: This is the No. 1 skill parents need to teach their kids—but most don't

A good read!

cnbc.com Want to raise smart and successful kids? Teaching them how to stay focused and indistractable is a skill that will serve them well no matter what life path they pursue. Here's how to do it.

09/06/2019

It's not too late to join our Homeschool program. It's Mondays from 1 to 2 pm. You can try the next class on September 9 for $15. We will prorate your payment based on the remaining classes if you decide to join. Let us know if you're coming: [email protected]

Attention all Homeschoolers! Our Homeschool program starts on Monday, August 26. The classes will be held weekly, from 1 to 2 pm, at our Lab in The Woodlands (8000 McBeth Way). The program is open for ages 5 through 10. We can't wait to see your kids!

Registration and more information: www.NuttyScientistsHouston.com/register or email us at [email protected]

08/25/2019

Our homeschool program starts tomorrow, Monday, August 26, from 1 to 2 pm. You can come and try out the first class for $15. We can't wait to see you at our lab at 8000 McBeth Way, The Woodlands. More information and registration: www.NuttyScientistsHouston.com/register

Attention all Homeschoolers! Our Homeschool program starts on Monday, August 26. The classes will be held weekly, from 1 to 2 pm, at our Lab in The Woodlands (8000 McBeth Way). The program is open for ages 5 through 10. We can't wait to see your kids!

Registration and more information: www.NuttyScientistsHouston.com/register or email us at [email protected]

08/21/2019

Don't forget to register for our Parents Night Out this Saturday from 6 to 10 pm: www.NuttyScientistsHouston.com/register

"Back-to-school" Parents Night Out! Our first PNO of this school year is on Saturday, August 24, 6 to 10 pm, at our Woodlands Lab (8000 McBeth Way).

Your kids will have a terrific, fun, and nutty time doing fun hands-on science experiments, eating yummy pizza from Zoner’s Pizza next door, playing games, and watching a movie! We can’t wait to see you! First child: $35, siblings: $30.

Registration: https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/events/pno0824/

08/16/2019

"Back-to-school" Parents Night Out! Our first PNO of this school year is on Saturday, August 24, 6 to 10 pm, at our Woodlands Lab (8000 McBeth Way).

Your kids will have a terrific, fun, and nutty time doing fun hands-on science experiments, eating yummy pizza from Zoner’s Pizza next door, playing games, and watching a movie! We can’t wait to see you! First child: $35, siblings: $30.

Registration: https://nuttyscientists.com/houston/events/pno0824/

08/10/2019

This week’s camp was literally out of this world! So excited to partner with Drama Rocket again for the Jedi in Training STEAM camp. ✨✨✨

08/05/2019

Attention all Homeschoolers! Our Homeschool program starts on Monday, August 26. The classes will be held weekly, from 1 to 2 pm, at our Lab in The Woodlands (8000 McBeth Way). The program is open for ages 5 through 10. We can't wait to see your kids!

Registration and more information: www.NuttyScientistsHouston.com/register or email us at [email protected]

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We grew crystals, built catapults, and made music in today’s Amazing Toy Making camp. But without a doubt, everyone’s fa...
Got talked into fighting off a t-rex with toilet paper 😃 How nutty is that???
Digging for Dinosaurs bones during Parents Night Out!
Parents Night Out 😃
Snowball fight during Parents’ Night Out! Can you tell that today is all about winter, snow, and ice ❄️😄❄️
Congratulations to Ock Ryun Hur, the winner of Nutty Scientists birthday party giveaway. Here we are with Master Hong of...
Toilet paper blower (a.k.a. Windy Planet) is always a massive hit with the kids 😃🌬
Observing a bit of biology right outside the Nutty Scientists office... very Hitchcock-like :)

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