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OPPENHEIM & CREATIVE CHILD TINKER WITH FOUR S.T.E.M. KITS FROM MATH EXPLOSION TO FOOD SCIENCE THEN AWARD THEM EIGHT HONORS
The Young Scientists Club Wow Toy Judges Again and Again With Amazing Kits That Earn 2014 Game of the Year, Product of the Year & Gold Seals
June 6, 2014

Jamestown, RI (June 6, 2014) – Every year The Young Scientists Club rolls out amazing new science experiment kits that get tykes as young as 3 years intrigued by science, technology, engineering and math -- known collectively as S.T.E.M. And every year judges from the toy industry are impressed with the clever kits that have kids doing kitchen table experiments from math explosions to electrical engineering! This summer an impressive eight honors -- including two Product of the Year nods-- have been awarded by Oppenheim Toy Portfolio and Creative Child magazine to The Young Scientists Club's four new ensembles.
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MATHEMATICS FACTORS INTO THE YOUNG SCIENTISTS CLUB 2014 ROSTER WITH DEBUT OF MATH EXPLOSION
Visit Booth 5222 For The Magic School Bus™ Math Explosion Kit That Fosters Kids To Pursue All The Topics Of A STEM Education
November 21, 2013

Jamestown, RI (November 21, 2013) – Quick, name three things that start with the letter "M" that kids like. How about magnets and marshmallows? And of course, math. Yes, arithmetic! Kids are discovering that adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing are really fun when they involve an erupting volcano! That kind of out-of-the-box thinking is what has made The Young Scientists Club so successful. The company that started in 1998 with phenomenal products that empower children to explore science has factored in math with their newest product, The Magic School Bus Math Explosion ($29.99). Visitors to their Toy Fair Booth 5222 will be the first see "lava" flow as they review their own math skills!
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MATH & ENGINEERING JOIN THE YOUNG SCIENTISTS CLUB IN 2014 AS THEY FOSTER S.T.E.M. EXCELLENCE IN KIDS
Discover The Magic School Bus™ Math Explosion & Engineering Lab Plus Clifford The Big Red Dog® Animal & Food Science Kits At Booth 5222
November 21, 2013

Jamestown, RI (November 21, 2013) – Who offers an educational adventure that lasts a lifetime? Since 1999, The Young Scientists Club has enthused children with unlimited possibilities, parents with age appropriate (and fun!) learning tools and toy industry judges with phenomenal products that empower children to explore and wonder. To celebrate its 15th anniversary (1999-2014) the "Club" is adding something new -- math and engineering themed kits! After all, S.T.E.M. education is the new buzz word in schools for even the youngest learners. Look for four new kits featuring The Magic School Bus and Clifford at the American International Toy Fair Booth 5222.
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PARENTS' CHOICE AND ACADEMICS' CHOICE JUDGES EXPERTLY EXPLORE THE WONDERS OF THE YOUNG SCIENTISTS CLUB
May 22, 2013

Jamestown, RI (May 22, 2013) – The Young Scientists Club is all about the exploration of new concepts and new things to ponder. When Parents' Choice Foundation Spring 2013 Award judges needed to explore the best new toys on the market, it was no surprise that they discovered the "wow" factor again and again with science kits designed for ages 3 and up.
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TILLYWIG JUDGES EXTEND THREE PAWS UP TO YOUNG SCIENTISITS CLUB'S THREE CLIFFORD KITS
May 2, 2013

Tillywigs Spring 2013 Brain Child AwardJamestown, RI (May 2, 2013) – In judging circles, two thumbs up is as good as it gets but when it comes to Tillywig Toy Awards, anything can happen so its's not surprising that the Young Scientists Club was just given three paws up! With a new license from The Big Red Dog®, the science adventure company launched its Clifford series of bubble, rainbow, and kitchen experiment kits earlier this year. Tillywig's Spring 2013 Brain Child Award recognized all three Clifford kits.
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YOUNG SCIENTISTS CLUB ENLISTS CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG™ TO TEACH NEW TRICKS TO KIDS
January 4, 2013

Jamestown, RI (January 4, 2013) – Toy buyers and retailers may be surprised to learn that although you can't teach an old dog new tricks, a big red dog will be teaching science "tricks" to youngsters in 2013. The Young Scientists Club has enlisted -- through a new licensing agreement -- a beloved literary character, Clifford, to guide kids to discover bubbles, rainbows and experiments by the kitchen sink in three new kits! Perennial favorite The Magic School Bus returns in the form of two new science toys with a focus on weather and nature. Visitors to The Young Scientists Club's Booth 5508 at the American International Toy Fair will get the first peek at these five fabulous kits that get kids as young as three excited about the world around them.
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COVETED PARENTS' CHOICE FALL 2012 GOLD TO GOOEY SLIME & POLYMER LAB FOR ITS WOW FACTOR
October 23, 2012

Jamestown, RI (October 23, 2012) – Who knew that slime, goop and glue were educational? They are when you create them in easy-to-follow science experiments. Leave it to Ms. Frizzle of The Magic School Bus world and the folks behind The Young Scientists Club to create a self-contained science lab that wows parents, students and toy industry judges with gooey substances. The prestigious (and hard-to-win) Parents' Choice Foundation Fall 2012 competition praised The Young Scientists Club beautifully crafted The Magic School Bus Slime and Polymer Lab with a coveted Gold Award.
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BETTER THAN CANDY SALES OR CAR WASHES, SLIME, MAGNETS & VOLCANOES PUT THE FUN (& PROFITS) IN FUNDRAISING THIS SEASON
October 12, 2012

Jamestown, RI (October 12, 2012) – If you live near families with young children, your doorbell rings with eager youngsters selling coupon books, raffle tickets, gift wrap, candles and lots of things that you really don't want, but, it's for a good cause. This season, smart fundraising chairpersons will offer something to really get excited about purchasing: slime, goop and magnets! It's all part of The Young Scientists Club new initiative to give science kits for the holidays while giving back 20% cash to a worthy organization.
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SLIME, POLYMER & MAGNETS ATTRACT FIVE TOP PRIZES FROM CREATIVE CHILD AWARDS & FATHER'S DAY '12 MR. DAD & GREATDAD RECOMMENDS
June 8, 2012

Jamestown, RI (June 8, 2012) – If you are a young scientist, discovering "proof" that something really works is amazing! If you are a parent of The Young Scientists Club fan, proof that these kits are incredible gets proved every year by such prestigious competitions as the 2012 Creative Child Awards. They just bestowed their trifecta of accolades -- Kids Product of the Year, Toy of the Year and Preferred Choice of the Year to all three new The Magic School Bus™ kits, where kids get to handle polymers, magnets and slime. Want more proof? The big guys from this year's Father's Day 2012 Mr. Dad Seal of Approval and GreatDad Recommends awarded two top honors to The Magic School Bus™ -- in its Elementary School category -- after getting slimed and testing three delivered-monthly-to-home Science Club kits.
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YOUNG SCIENTISTS CLUB'S 2012 SCIENCE KITS EXERT INVISIBLE POWERS
February 12, 2012

Jamestown, RI (February 12, 2012)–If you find yourself with metal in your pockets at this year's American International Toy Fair in New York City, then don't be surprised when you get sucked into Booth 5214. What's the attraction? Well, besides their personal magnetism, the scientists at The Young Scientists Club will be showing some new Magic School Bus science kits, including "Attracted to Magnificent Magnets."
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THE MAGIC SCHOOL BUS™ ADDS YOUR CHILD’S HOME TO ITS ADVENTUROUS BUS ROUTE
January 5, 2012
The Magic School Bus™ Science Club Delivers Kits Directly to Children’s Homes
Jamestown, RI (January 5, 2012)–Any child who’s enjoyed the brilliant, entertaining and wacky Ms. Frizzle take her students on magical scientific bus rides wishes they could get picked up by her every morning. It’s no wonder, really. Ms. Frizzle and her fictional students have been exciting kids’ imaginations and curiosity by showing how incredibly fun science can be for 25 years.
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THE YOUNG SCIENTISTS CLUB GOES 5 FOR 5
June 15, 2011
All Five of the Company’s New 2011 Products Named Creative Child Winners
Jamestown, RI (June 15, 2011) –The Young Scientists Club is batting a thousand this year with Creative Child. For any non-baseball fans out there, that means that every single one of the company’s new products was a hit with the judges, which is saying a lot.
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THE YOUNG SCIENTISTS CLUB CELEBRATES THE 25th ANNIVERSARY OF THE MAGIC SCHOOL BUS™ WITH FIVE NEW KITS
February 13, 2011
See What’s New At The Young Scientists Club Toy Fair Booth 5233- Including The Introduction Of A New Lab Series And Appearances By The Beloved Ms. Frizzle!
Jamestown, RI (February 13, 2011) – In 2011, the kids will cheer as The Young Scientists Club rolls out its newest science kits to explore and experiment with volcanoes, electricity, chemistry, and microscopes while taking an imaginary ride with Ms. Frizzle on board The Magic School Bus. Visitors to the American International Toy Fair Booth 5233 can peek inside four new Magic School Bus science kits from the award-winning toymaker.
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YOUNG SCIENTISTS CLUB’S “TRACKING EXPEDITION KIT” FORCES SANTA TO RELOCATE HIS WORKSHOP
October 7, 2010
The Young Scientists Club’s “Science on a Tracking Expedition Kit” Keeps Kids On Track With Nature
Jamestown, RI (October 7, 2010) – In a report just intercepted from the MythNet (a secret network used by myths and legends), Santa Claus has relocated his workshop to a new undisclosed location. The apparent reason for this surprise action was that a 7-year old child, using the brand new, award-winning Science on a Tracking Expedition kit from the Young Scientists Club to track a flying reindeer, stumbled on the original secret workshop location by mistake.
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PARENTS’ CHOICE TOP PRIZE HAS YOUNG SCIENTISTS SINGING 'HERE COMES THE SUN'
July 7, 2010
Magic School Bus Solar Energy To The Rescue' Kit Wows Industry Judges
Jamestown, RI (July 7, 2010) – When The Beatles sang 'Here Comes The Sun' they scored a No. 1 record. John Denver rode to the top of the charts with 'Sunshine On My Shoulders.' There's something about solar energy that makes everyone a winner. The Young Scientists Club entered their sunshine-y kit on solar energy, and naturally, they won a spot from Parents' Choice Foundation's ultra competitive Spring 2010 Awards. Their Magic School Bus Solar Energy To The Rescue science kit earned a Parents' Choice Recommended Seal.
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CREATIVE CHILD REVEALS THAT YOUNG SCIENTIST’'S CLUB USES NATURE "TO" NURTURE
July 7, 2010
The Young Scientists Club Receives Creative Child's 2010 Toy Of The Year Award
Jamestown, RI (July 7, 2010) – When it comes to our children's development the "nature vs. nurture" question looms as large as the biology's, "chicken before the egg," question. But for The Young Scientists Club, the important thing is to have smart, imaginative children who question the world around them. And because of how creatively the company’s science kits use nature to nurture, Creative Child has awarded its 2010 Toy of the Year Award for Educational Science Kits, to Science on a Tracking Expedition. This marks the second consecutive year that The Young Scientist's Club has taken away the top honor for one of its kits.
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YOUNG SCIENTISTS CLUB REVEALS 2010 THEMES: SOLAR ENERGY, ANIMAL TRACKS, AND DINOSAURS
February 14, 2010
The Young Scientists Club’s Science Kits Receive Three Mr. Dad and Great Dad 2009-2010 Holiday Seals of Approval
Jamestown, RI (February 14, 2010) – Ever wonder what the mothers of little Albert Einstein [future Nobel Prize winner] or little Valerie Frizzle [future Magic School Bus teacher with the moniker Ms. Frizzle] gave to their brainy kids to satisfy their growing curiosity beyond their school lessons? They would have craved the award-winning collection of science kits created for budding (dare we say) Einsteins. The Young Scientists Club is delighted to announce its newest releases for 2010 with solar energy, animal tracking, and dinosaurs as themes.
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