Below are some of the many national newspapers, magazines and parents magazines that have covered The Young Scientists Club in rrecent years.
The Chicago Tribune: "Kits Make Science Fun"
The Boston Globe: "Mail-order kits introduce young children to science studies"
Scientific American Explorations: "We encourage parents and homeschool teachers who are looking for ongoing science-education tools to look into these curriculum-based kits."
Parents Magazine: "The Glory of Stargazing"
Big Apple Parent: "A boon for homeschooling parents...also great for the kid who is extra interested in science and would love some at home experiments."
Chesapeake Family: "Started by a Harvard-trained biologist...who wanted fun and educational science activities for her own children."
Brooklyn Parent Magazine: "The Young Scientists Club is a unique and special gift idea for the budding scientist on your holiday list."
Middlesex County Parents Magazine: "Children love science. Especially when they join The Young Scientists Club."
The Providence Journal: "Kits turn bored kids into science bugs"
Newport Daily News: "Crazy About Science"
Massachusetts Today's Parent: "If you are looking for educational activities to enjoy with your child, The Young Scientists Club has the solution!...What a great way to spend time with you child!"
Atlanta Parent: "Here is a fun and inexpensive way to encourage science lovers."
Central California Parent: "light the spark in future scientists with a monthly kit designed to explore our universe...designed as an at-home supplement to school programs or as a learning tool for home-schoolers."
Brooklyn Family Magazine: "Hey, Mom & Dad, Get Your Kids Hooked On Science"
The Boston Parents Paper: "May We Suggest: If you'd like your 4- to 10-year old child to have fun with a little extracurricular science, the Young Scientists Club may be your answer"
Metro Parent Magazine: "Sign up for science!...Future Steven Hawkings can get a head start by joining the Young Scientists Club."
San Francisco Bay Parent: "Vacation days can be big fun for kids-or, sometimes, they can be downright boring. But what if you had a monthly science project to give the kids, complete with instructions and materials? Sign up now for The Young Scientists Club"
Today's Parent: "A Nature Walk For Young Scientists"
Rhode Island Parents Paper: "Website targets young scientists"
Cleveland/Akron Family: "Making science fun for kids"
L.A. Parent: "Science Safari...Science by Mail"
Minnesota Parent: "Sign up now for The Young Scientists"