Secondary Science Stage Show... Big Science Big Fun! | Fizzics Education

BIG SCIENCE BIG FUN!

BIG SCIENCE BIG FUN!

An awesome science show performance with all the cool stuff for your next school visit!

See gigantic bubbles, flying toilet paper, hair-raising electricity experiments, bubbling liquid nitrogen demos, levitating beach balls, volunteers on a nail chair, a giant gyroscope, fire balls, coloured shadows, a flame equalizer and much more!

This great ‘science sampler’ was originally developed as the main stage show for 2008 Australian Science Festival in Canberra as a way of introducing science into the greater community. Perfect for schools that want a professional large stage performance in their school hall, with an added bonus that a show catering up to 240 students at a time is also more economical per student.

Students love this as an end of school term treat or as something to get the kids back into science!

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Australian ACARA Content Outcomes:

PW1 Change to an object’s motion is caused by unbalanced forces acting on the object (ACSSU117).

PW2 The action of forces that act at a distance may be observed and related to everyday situations.

PW3 Energy appears in different forms including movement (kinetic energy), heat and potential energy, and causes change within systems (ACSSU155).

CW1 The properties of the different states of matter can be explained in terms of the motion and arrangement of particles (ACSSU151).

CW2 Scientific knowledge and developments in technology have changed our understanding of the structure and properties of matter.

The motion of objects can be described and predicted using the laws of physics (ACSSU229)

Energy conservation in a system can be explained by describing energy transfers and transformations (ACSSU190)

Australian National Curriculum Mapping for all our science workshops & shows

NSW Science Syllabus Content:
A student:

develops knowledge of the Physical World, Earth and Space, Living World and Chemical World, and understanding about the nature, development, use and influence of science (SC4-10PW).

describes the observed properties and behaviour of matter, using scientific models and theories about the motion and arrangement of particles (SC4-16CW).

describes the action of unbalanced forces in everyday situations (SC4-10PW).

applies models, theories and laws to explain situations involving energy, force and motion (SC5-10PW).

NSW K – 10 Science Syllabus mapping for all our incursions

School Testimonials

Yarra Valley Grammar

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.

MacKillop Catholic College

The presentation engaged our students and maybe lit another spark or two of interest in them. Thank you very much!

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Science Show Demonstrations

Air vortices

Shooting compressed air rings over the class - discussion on pressure

Bernoulli balls

Float balls in mid-air, relating curved surfaces to wing design

Coloured shadows

Colour addition vs colour subtraction

Fire ball

Learn about the fire triangle in this highly visual demonstration

Flying toilet paper

Demonstration on how the Coanda effect helps planes to fly

Giant gyroscope

A student uses a giant gyroscope to spin on a rotating platform

Gigantic bubbles

Have a look at surface tension in a different way

Hovercraft

Friction is reduced with this purpose built student carrying hovercraft!

Laser sights

How are lasers used in atmospheric research?

Liquid Nitrogen Demos

Flying glove, popping tins, nitrogen sprinkler, bubble column, fog and more

Mega hoberman sphere

An expanding sphere (1ft to 4ft). Gravity, forces, friction & big bang.

Nail chair

How can you sit on a nail chair and be OK? Dispelling magic myths...

Newton colour wheel

Colour addition experiment for the entire audience.

Persistence of vision

How do cartoons work? A hidden message can be revealed in this demo.

Rocket launcher

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction...

Rubens Tube

A 'flame equalizer', how does it work?

Skateboard shuffle

Pulling and pushing forces are analysed in this visual demonstration

Slinky Shake

A visual representation of sound waves

Sound tube swing

The pitch changes as the tubes are swung faster through the air...why?

Van de Graf hair rise

Opposite charges attract, like charges repel... related to a 'Fun fly stick' toy

A school science show visit that students love

Requirements

Appropriate for Years 7 to 10 with a maximum of 240 students per science show

Access to 2 electrical power sockets and 3 tables

Chairs are not required

A white screen or whiteboard can be handy but not essential

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 the Rubens tube or fireball demonstration

For us to provide the best possible learning experience, the materials used during the presentation may be varied to suit the conditions and the audience. Please chat with our presenter if there is a particular focus that you’d like us to cover.

Cost

$990 inc. GST per science show performance (this works out at $4.13 inc. GST per student).

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