A super cool Material World incursion!
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Sub-Zero Slime Show
Years 3-6 (Stage 2, Stage 3)
A slimy, gooey, and cryogenically cool exploration of the states of matter and how heat causes a change of state. Solids and liquids are tested with slime, putty and wax, and spectacularly cool liquid nitrogen provides explosive demonstrations of the properties of gases.
The Sub-Zero Slime Show includes:
– Runny honey race
– Snapping silly putty
– Gooey cornflour slime and Borax slime
– Colour-changing liquid crystals
– Melting and freezing wax
– Super cool liquid nitrogen
– Frozen bubbles
– Expanding balloon pop
ST2-6MW-S A student describes how adding or removing heat causes a change of state.
ST3-6MW-S A student explains the effect of heat on the properties and behaviour of materials.
Duration: 50 minutes per show
Audience size: 60-120 students
Price: $5.50 per student including GST
Minimum charge per school visit is $550 including GST
(equivalent to 100 students @ $5.50 each)
Payment options: direct transfer or card payment (2% card payment processing fee applies)
Requirements: Well-ventilated indoor venue or sheltered outdoor area, large table (e.g. trestle table), access to a power point.
Creative Science Australia shows are not hands-on workshops. Students are seated for the duration of the shows, with a few volunteers invited to assist with some demonstrations.
We can present up to 4 x 50 minute shows per day. Please allow 1 hour for setup in the venue and at least 10 minutes between sessions for equipment to be reset.
Details of risk assessments and public liability insurance are available on request and all Creative Science presenters have Working with Children clearance.
To book one or more Primary School Shows, please submit your details below and we will contact you to discuss your booking. For enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0402 063 921.
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