Meet Susan the Scientist.

You know and I know that science is cool, but for some reason kids can be suspicious of our declarations to this effect. (Maybe it has to do with our enthusiasm for vegetables that they don't like, not to mention naps.)

However, Susan the Scientist is on a mission to let kids know that science rocks! Here's a taste:

Using science experiments to solve problems that come up in everyday life is cool. Playing with fire is cooler. (I dig the music, too, but let's pretend I didn't say that, lest it convince the kids that the music is lacking that Jonas sais quoi.)

Of course, Susan the Scientist also has a blog and a MySpace page. Check them out!

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