We compiled all the notes from QuaranTIME into 1 PDF document (attached below). This free download contains all the handouts, answer keys, bonus games, and the timestamps for every episode. When I printed out the complete notes today to do a quick proof-reading check, I was amazed at the size of this document! It's 138 pages -- a book-sized collection of fun facts, science cartoons, and math activities. I hole punched the papers and put them into a binder, and found it very satisfying:
If you'd like to catch shows you missed or rewatch favorites, the playlist on our YouTube channel has all the episodes in order, and I also renamed the titles to make it easier to find specific episodes:
During our game-show style review we used questions submitted from our viewers! You can enjoy this fun recap of the various topics we covered by watching the replay at https://youtu.be/W2E1XWARJD8
And if you were wondering what the "Too late." 🤣 comment at the end is about, here's the story: When Math Dad started singing his song at the end of the Game Show I went out into our kitchen and our youngest asked if she could run in and "photo bomb" our last episode. She's been asking if she could be on our show since the beginning, so I said "Sure!" but when we opened the door to the science room Math Dad had just clicked the "end broadcast" button.
So instead of a calm "...so-ah-ooong!" being the last sound of QuaranTIME, it was "Don't push the end button yet!" followed by "Too late." Our daughter ran in and made a crazy face at the computer anyway, then ran out of the room laughing maniacally, so there was no disappointment on her end.
Math Dad and I thought it was a pretty funny ending moment, hopefully you did too! But for anyone wondering what was going on - that's the story. A spontaneous request for a "can I crash your video with a crazy face?" that didn't quite make it.
Thank you, again, to everyone who joined us for this adventure of 52 science and math lessons, and most especially to our patrons. We couldn't have done this without you.
-Science Mom & Math Dad