Make your hair stand on end with a Van de Graaff generator or watch pennies shatter as we experiment with Liquid Nitrogen.
Have an up-close encounter with snakes, cockroaches and rats! Find out what different animals need to survive in their environment.
Recommended Grade Level(s): K - 2, 5, Life Science
Anatomy will amaze you! Observe as an educator dissects a cow eye while explaining its different parts and functions. Can cows see color? Do our eyes change over time? Learn about the eye-brain system by comparing the difference between human eyes and cow eyes.
Recommended Grade Level(s): Biology
Chemistry is at its coolest when put to action! Witness four different types of chemical reactions. See colorful flames, a foam fountain and a rainbow in a tube! Learn the difference between exothermic and endothermic reactions and watch as a colorless liquid solution changes to blue once shaken.
Recommended Grade Level(s): 6, Physical Science, Chemistry
What can we do as individuals and communities to be resilient as the climate continues to change? A gallery educator will guide your students in a data-driven, deep dive into the science of climate change and community resiliency.
Recommended Grade Level(s): 6, Life Science, Earth Science
Discover how plate tectonics have shaped the world in which we live. View volcanic locations and see earthquakes happening in near real-time! What is a tsunami? Track natural disasters from the past before taking a closer look at more recent occurrences that have affected the entire world.
Recommended Grade Level(s): 5, Earth Science
What is weather? Come get wind of the basics of weather and seasional changes, and learn how these processes affect living things.
Recommended Grade Level(s): K - 2
What is Earth’s ultimate energy source? Follow the distribution of heat around the planet, learn why storms spin in one direction and see recent hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones. How do scientists monitor the Earth’s atmosphere from space? Find out as you observe today’s weather and information that meteorologists use to help make forecasts.
Recommended Grade Level(s): 4
Learn how scientists make inferences and conclusions based on their observations. Identify variables that impact the outcome of experiments – will you be able to mimic the role of a scientist? Make your best educated guess!
Recommended Grade Level(s): K - 2, 3, 6
Can you name the six types of simple machines? Learn how simple machines work and observe real life simple machines in action!
Recommended Grade Level(s): 3
Make your hair stand on end! Experience 100,000 volts of electricity from the Van de Graaff generator in this dramatic demonstration that explores lightning and the forces between charges.
Recommended Grade Level(s): 4, Physical Science
How do solids, liquids and gases react to extremely cold temperatures? Watch wide-eyed as pennies shatter, balloons shrink and plants crumble. Observe matter change state right in front of you!
Recommended Grade Level(s): K - 2, 3, 5, Physical Science
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