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Assemblies are a great way to engage any group of students and can be adapted to an audience of any age. Select from a wide range of engaging, science-based assembly programs held during school or after school hours.
Program Length: 50 minutes
Fees: $325 per assembly
How to Book: Call 714-913-5030 today!
Find a Program by Grade/Subject
Select a grade and/or subject below to find an assembly program just for you!
All Assembly Programs:
Students will experience the awesome power of physics in exploring forces and energy. They will overcome gravity using air pressure, see their voice, brave the pendulum wrecking ball and much more. This action-packed assembly is sure to blow any group away. (Grades: 2, 5, 8)
An electrifying demonstration awaits your school! Students will observe the power of electricity and learn about electrical circuits as a Science Center staff member operates a Tesla coil and an electrostatic generator. Students are invited to participate during this energy-filled presentation of electricity that is sure to make their hair stand on end! (Grades: 3, 4, 6, 7)
Uncover the mysteries of chemical reactions as students participate in some amazing demonstrations that are sure to keep them on the edge of their seats. Color-changing chemicals, extreme temperatures and glowing concoctions are a few of the many chemical reactions we will explore. (Grades: 1-3, 5, 8)
Join our bubbleologist as we explore what makes bubbles work. Investigate the properties of bubbles, from their colors and shapes to what keeps them from popping… or what makes them pop! Bubbles are more than what meets the eye. (Grades: K-1)
By far the “coolest” program we offer is this demonstration focusing on the three states of matter: gas, liquid, and solid. A series of experiments will feature liquid nitrogen, with a boiling point of -319 degrees Fahrenheit (-196oC)! (Grades: 4-8)
Search for Life in the Universe
Watch a 3-D multi-media presentation that focuses on the Search for Life in the Universe. This unique program discusses current research and NASA missions designed to discover if we are not alone in the universe (or even our solar system!) Call Dr. Neil Campbell for more information at 714-642-6537. This assembly is free. (Grades: 4-8)
What a Hoot
Get ready to explore the science of sound as we investigate high and low sounds, loud and soft sounds, and how sound is made. Stay tuned to discover a variety of handmade instruments, including a “hoot” tube and a “voice visualizer.” (Grades: K-3)