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Big Science Big Fun 2

Big Science Big Fun 2

An awesome science show performance for those schools who've had us on stage before!

An awesome science show performance for those schools who’ve had us on stage before!

Have you had us for Big Science Big Fun 1 or Tick Tick BOOM?
Join us for more science on stage with Big Science Big Fun 2!

From lasers & hovercrafts to dry ice rainbows & holding flames, this science show is perfect for schools wanting students to discover more about our world! Designed for large audiences from K to 6, this show is cost-effective, easy to arrange and is a sure winner with the students!

“It was seamless from start to finish. Ben the presenter was knowledgeable and really funny.  He focused on energy which is the topic we are doing so the whole show was terrific. I thought the pracs were relevant and appropriate for the age group.”
 Yarra Valley Grammar

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Australian National Curriculum Mapping for all our science workshops & shows

Australian ACARA Content Outcomes:

  • The way objects move depends on a variety of factors, including their size and shape (ACSSU005).
  • Objects are made of materials that have observable properties (ACSSU003).
  • A push or a pull affects how an object moves or changes shape (ACSSU033).
  • Light and sound are produced by a range of sources and can be sensed (ACSSU020).
  • Heat can be produced in many ways and can move from one object to another (ACSSU049).
  • Forces can be exerted by one object on another through direct contact or from a distance (ACSSU076).
  • Changes to materials can be reversible, such as melting, freezing, evaporating; or irreversible, such as burning and rusting (ACSSU095).
  • Solids, liquids and gases have different observable properties and behave in different ways (ACSSU077)

NSW K – 10 Science Syllabus mapping for all our incursions

NSW Science Syllabus Content: A student:

observes the way objects move and relates changes in motion to push and pull forces

describes common forms of energy and explores some characteristics of sound energy

investigates how forces and energy are used in products

describes how adding or removing heat causes a change of state

describes the characteristics and effects of common forms of energy, such as light and heat

describes how contact and non-contact forces affect an object’s motion

explains the effect of heat on the properties and behaviour of materials

explains how the properties of materials determines their use for a range of purposes

explains how energy is transformed from one form to another

investigates the effects of increasing or decreasing the strength of a specific contact or non-contact force

NSW K – 10 Science Syllabus mapping for all our incursions

Victorian F – 10 Science Curriculum

The way objects move depends on a variety of factors including their size and shape: a push or a pull affects how an object moves or changes shape (VCSSU048)

Light and sound are produced by a range of sources and can be sensed (VCSSU049)

Respond to and pose questions, and make predictions about familiar objects and events (VCSIS050)

Heat can be produced in many ways and can move from one object to another; a change in the temperature of an object is related to the gain or loss of heat by the object (VCSSU063)

Forces can be exerted by one object on another through direct contact or from a distance (VCSSU064)

Solids, liquids and gases behave in different ways and have observable properties that help to classify them (VCSSU076)

Changes to materials can be reversible, including melting, freezing, evaporating, or irreversible, including burning and rusting (VCSSU077)

Light from a source forms shadows and can be absorbed, reflected and refracted (VCSSU080)

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School Testimonials


St Peter's Campus Maitland

I just wanted to pass on how wonderful we thought Jeanette was. She was a vibrant and enthusiastic presenter, she engaged the students really well and was very professional throughout the session. It was a pleasure to have her present to our students.

St. Benedict’s Catholic Primary School, Mango Hill

I just wanted to say thank you to Harley who came out to St. Benedict’s Primary school. What a fantastic experience for the children and teachers alike. We had a wonderful learning experience and he was a credit to your company.

Science Show Demonstrations

Burning hands

Seriously, how can someone hold a flame in their hand?

Magic money trick

How can a $1 US bill survive a flame? A classic 'magic trick'

Disappearing water

Test student's observation & deduction skills as we expose this street science trick

All Aglow

Discover the energy levels in different lasers using glowing photo-luminescent vinyl

Colour my fire

Learn the chemistry of fireworks as we create colourful flames on stage

Whoosh bottle

An experiment that sounds just like it is named!

Slinky Shake

A visual depiction on how soundwaves propagate through the air.

Straw Flute

A simple yet effective way of demonstrating a standing wave. Students love it!

Elephant Tube

Large tubes that resonate loudly whilst emulating how frogs croak. Very funny!

Screaming rod

A classic demonstration of high pitch & fast vibrations... cover your ears!

Screaming cans

A simple experiment that students can do at home

Rubens Tube

Watch the flames dance along to music!

Can crusher

We use atmospheric pressure to crush cans in a flash

Balloon in a vacuum

What happens to a balloon when you remove air around it?


Watch the foam rise and rise as it's subjected to low pressure

Elephants toothpaste

So many students ask for this experiment... lets make it big!

Dry ice rainbow

A giant column of changing colours... it's all about acids & bases!


This can lift a student!

A science presenter lighting a fire inside a giant water bottle
Whoosh bottle at St Annes Catholic Primary

Posts about Big Science school show


  • Appropriate for Years K to 6 with a maximum of 240 students per science show
  • The show is adjusted when run for younger audiences, concentrating more on sound & forces
  • Access to 2 electrical power sockets and 3 tables
  • Chairs are not required
  • Duration 60 minutes, set up time 45 minutes and pack up time 45 minutes
  • Ability to turn off your fire alarms if we are to run fire demonstrations
  • Ability to darken your room to run some of the sound demonstrations

* experiments may vary depending on the average age of the audience and the constraints of the location

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$1200 inc. GST per science show performance (this works out at $5 inc. GST per student).
Available in NSW, ACT and Victoria only

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In a regional area? Find out how we can attend your school as part of a country science tour!

Call 1300 856 828, or click below to make a booking for your primary school.

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Scientist Q & A

Often students attend our science workshops and shows with questions that stem beyond the covered topic area. Ask a scientist aims to give students a chance to get their questions answered! Run as a 30-minute session at a cost of $70 inc. GST.

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