Look all around – everything you see can be broken down into molecules.
Molecules combine in different densities to create liquids, solids, and gasses. Watch Out – things can change before your very eyes!!
Liquids disappear then reappear as solids only moments later; a balloon inflates all by itself using ingredients found in everyday life; and plain water becomes every color of the rainbow before mysteriously clearing up. The audience will also be amazed at the powers of magnetism. What students learn will literally make their hair stand on end!
Lisa Lou uses circus skills and magic to astound and amaze you in this delightful and informative study of the world around us. Students participate and assist with various demonstrations as Lisa demystifies science through theater.
Grades K-8 • Great Family & Community Programs Also Available
|Dancing Through The Ages|
Dancing Through The Ages takes the audience on an exciting and energetic tour of history through dance, beginning in the 1920’s with performances highlighting the Charleston, Lindy, Swing, Hand Jive, Broadway Jazz, Disco, Hip-Hop, Ballet and Lyrical Dance styles.
Complete with costumes depicting each era, this assembly is designed to encourage the students to participate, dance and have fun while learning about the unique dances through the ages.
The program concludes with a special interpretive dance incorporating sign language. Student interaction is an integral part of the program.
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Classroom Workshops And Specialized Theme Assemblies Available
Great Family & Community Programs Also Available
This visually exciting assembly brings the world of dinosaurs to your auditorium.
A descriptive narrative and a huge display of museum quality fossils – many genuine and life size – capture and hold the audience’s attention right from the start.
Students will have an opportunity to touch a real dinosaur egg and size themselves up against the 9-foot leg of an Ice Age Mammoth. Subject matter will include Dinosaur Extinction Theory; Plant-eaters vs. Meat-eaters; what fossils are and how they are formed and found; and how museums build exhibits.
Audience members will be chosen to assist and participate in many of the demonstrations, and all students will participate in a hands-on Fossil Dig – discovering and keeping genuine fossils!
A great addition to your science curriculum – fun, entertaining and very educational.
A Program with an Excavation Dig for smaller groups is also available. Call for details and pricing.
Grades: PreK-12 • Great Family & Community Programs Also Available