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Slapstick Science is an astounding, exciting, and entertaining series of science assemblies and workshops which use the circus as a laboratory. All programs are written and produced by certified science teacher and former Ringling Bros. performer, Ted Lawrence.
Assemblies in physics and chemistry emphasize audience participation and are accompanied by Study Guides. Guaranteed to stimulate curiosities and motivate even the most science-phobic students to have fun with physics and chemistry.
Ever wondered how a single person can lift a car or throw something heavy high in the air? Simple machines, Potential and Kinetic Energy comprise the physics unit taught in Much Work with Little Effort.
How does a rocket take off? How long will it keep going? What is inertia? What is a force? Audiences who've seen The Notion of Motion, an introduction to Newton's laws of Motion will be able to explain.
What should you do if your frying pan bursts into flames? Why doesn't a "fire eater's" mouth get burned? During October, Fire Safety Prevention Month, Combustion, a chemistry assembly for third graders and older, teaches fire safety through the chemical foundations of fire.
What is Chemistry? What are solids, liquids, and gases? Kiddie Chem is a fun, light-hearted chemistry lecture for K - second graders.
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