Getting Excited About Science is available Live and on line. The shows include large scale demonstrations, science experiments that you can make, audience interaction during the show and a question and answer section after the show. Your school can pick the topics and experiments.
Many libraries, schools and scout groups are having virtual science shows. These can be over Zoom, YouTube live, Skype, and Facebook live. Discounts are available for multiple school broadcasts. Call 630-213-8000.
Perfect for having a fun educational experience in this time of online classes. The Virtual Science shows are typically 45 minutes and can be recorded (by Getting Excited About Science) and made available on a private link for a set period of time for your school.
This month will mark the 11th consecutive year Getting Excited About Science was choosen for Hadley Middle School in Homer Glen, IL This is for the gifted 5th grade program. We will conduct 4 different science workshops. It is always amazing to see the children get excited with their science experiments.
In early November Getting Excited About Science will be have STEM workshops in Calumet City, IL. This will be the school’s second year doing this. We will be at the school all day with experiments for the entire elementary school
Each weeekend in September Getting Excited About Science will be performing at 12:30 on both Saturdays and Sundays at Santa’s Village in East Dundee, IL. The shows are 45 minutes and have lots of audience participation, fun and large science experiments. These shows are also great for adults. Last Sunday we had 8th grade science teacher (with their family) come to the show. We all had a great time.
Gearing up for many Space Science shows at libraries. The show covers the foundations of Astonomy and Space Travel. During the show there are many opportunities for children to participate and have fun. Getting Excited About Science has presented space programs for 20 years. Come let your imagination reach for the stars this summer. For more information call 630-213-8000
Palatine, Illinois school saw how simple machines are used in everyday life along with some large scale examples. The show featured a tug of war where 1 girl beat 4 boys, a 6′ Chicago Style Draw bridge, Giant Screw, shot put pendulum, wheels and a rocket car. This is the 6th time I have performed for this school.