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Science kits and toys for children to make learning science fun!
Science kits and toys for children to make learning science fun!

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A team of researchers in Madagascar has discovered the fossil of what may be the largest frog to have ever lived. The beach-ball-size amphibian, which grew to be 16 inches (40.6 centimeters) long and weighed about 10 pounds (4.5 kilograms), is scientifically named Beelzebufo, or ‘devil frog.’
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OUR HISTORY

Academy of Science for Kids, LLC (ASK) was originally founded on October 15, 2007.

On May 14, 2008 we debuted the first four modules of Little Professor Science Kits in Life Science 101; Seeds, Physics 101; Newton's Laws, Chemistry 101; Polymers, and Earth Science 101; Rocks and Minerals. Over the next few years we focused on improving these modules, and designing new modules.

In 2009 we launched six new kits. They included Life Science 102; Ecology, Life Science 103; Dissection, Physics 102; Electricity, Chemistry 102; Matter, and Earth Science 102; Astronomy.

In 2010, we became an approved science curriculum for homeschoolers of Alaska, California, Washington and Florida. Our science kits were also discovered by classroom teachers to be full course curriculum choices. In 2011, we added two new Little Professor Science Kits, Chemistry 103; Food Science and Physics; 103; Robotics. Homeschooling families and classroom teachers from virtually every state in the country were using our kits.

In 2012, we launched Life Science 105; Human Body and Earth Science 103; Weather, bringing the total count to 14.

Throughout 2011 and 2012, ASK grew dramatically, and in early 2012, it was determined that a new company, Lab Cats Supply, LLC, would be formed. The company will market ASK products, as well as other science manufactures' products. Additional Little Professor Science Kits are on the drawing board.
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OUR MISSION is to engage the curious minds of children with meaningful science activities.
OUR GOAL is to prepare future scientists and caretakers of the natural world for a lifetime of imaginative investigation.
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