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
|Dr. Music Confidence Concert|
Jonathan Sprout’s fun, fast-paced and interactive concert promotes positive thinking and self-confidence.
He brings children from the audience into the show to help him sing about overcoming shyness, loving to learn, and taking positive steps to improve one’s life and the world.
This show includes songs about Helen Keller, Jackie Robinson and Jonas Salk.
Performances are packed with silliness and dancing and include a rich variety of props.
Marc Spiegel brings the most famous scientist of the 20th century alive with his warm, vivid, and humorous portrayal of Albert Einstein in a program that blends science, history and entertainment.
Professor Einstein speaks of his life and guides the audience through the adventures in his mind. He shares the importance of curiosity, persistence, and independent thought and points out how Einstein’s imagination found connections where others saw contradictions. Children learn that by asking the simplest of questions, Einstein discovered new truths about our world.
Elementary students will clearly understand what the term relative means, how relativity relates to motion, how things move and what friction is.
The Middle School program starts with these concepts and then goes into greater depth. Some topics include the significance of the speed of light, electromagnetic radiation
and “What is special about the Special Theory of Relativity?”
All ages will enjoy the exciting on-stage demonstrations of relative motion with audience volunteers, unforgettable sing-along songs illustrating fundamental concepts, and a show full of spontaneous and humorous interaction capped off with a lively Q & A session.
Click Here To See Einstein Alive Video
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