School Science

6-12 years old
15 experiments
45 min / 1 h
$350 / 400$
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School Science

Content
Price
Duration
Age
$350 / $400
45 minutes /
1 hour
15 experiments
6-12
years old

Cool experiments and the preparation of polymer worms!

This Show is designed specifically for a classroom with no more than 30 children.

We'll demonstrate some spectacular experiments with dry ice, sound, polymers and more - and every kid will take part in the them! In the end, young scientists will prepare some real-looking polymer "worms" with their own hands and take them home as a souvenir.
Our Scientists
Professor Irina
Let's try new science stuff and explore the world!
Professor Egor
I am crazy about experiments and science!
Our Scientists
Professor Irina
Let's try new science stuff and explore the world!
Professor Egor
I am crazy about experiments and science!
Experiments from this show
Polymer worms
Let's create a colourful polymer worm which you can take home after the show.
Water gel
Which one of you wants to pour a glass of water on the professor's head?
Babbling without boiling
Can water boil and emit steam without heating up at the same time, but on the contrary, cooling down strongly? Let's find out!
Cork shot
Pressure is an amazing thing, let's see how the cork shoots!
Long air bag
How many times do you need to blow inside this three-meter bag to completely inflate it? 10? 50? We inflate for one!
Frosty breath
The temperature of dry ice is -79 degrees. And now it's time to feel the frosty air from it.
Invisible ink
What about invisible ink? Do you wanna find out how it actually work?
Rainbow glasses
Wearing these glasses you can see the rainbow!
Crazy soda
Have you ever drunk crazy soda? Don't worry if you haven't, we will try some!
Super - smoke bomb
Do you want to see a super-smoke bomb when everything is in a real fog? The time has come!
Thunder trumpet
So much sound from such a small device? It's a thunder trumpet!
Non-pouring jar
Is it possible to carry water in a sieve? It's time to find the answer to this question!
Two arcs
Which of these arcs is longer? In fact, the answer is not too simple.
Indicator of changes
The liquid is first green, then yellow, then blue. Why? Now we will explain it to you!
Experiments from this show
Polymer worms
Let's create a colourful polymer worm which you can take home after the show.
Water gel
Which one of you wants to pour a glass of water on the professor's head?
Babbling without boiling
Can water boil and emit steam without heating up at the same time, but on the contrary, cooling down strongly? Let's find out!
Cork shot
Pressure is an amazing thing, let's see how the cork shoots!
Long air bag
How many times do you need to blow inside this three-meter bag to completely inflate it? 10? 50? We inflate for one!
Frosty breath
The temperature of dry ice is -79 degrees. And now it's time to feel the frosty air from it.
Invisible ink
What about invisible ink? Do you wanna find out how it actually work?
Rainbow glasses
Wearing these glasses you can see the rainbow!
Crazy soda
Have you ever drunk crazy soda? Don't worry if you haven't, we will try some!
Super - smoke bomb
Do you want to see a super-smoke bomb when everything is in a real fog? The time has come!
Thunder trumpet
So much sound from such a small device? It's a thunder trumpet!
Non-pouring jar
Is it possible to carry water in a sieve? It's time to find the answer to this question!
Two arcs
Which of these arcs is longer? In fact, the answer is not too simple.
Indicator of changes
The liquid is first green, then yellow, then blue. Why? Now we will explain it to you!
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What our clients think about our Science Show
Just WOW! Never seen anything like that, the kids went crazy about the show! We are so glad we found you guys! So interesting, so informative, so enterteining, so joyful, just amazing!
Olivia
We would love to say thank you to Irina and Egor, they were absolutely awesome! We contacted them to come to our school with the Science show program hoping that the kids would see and learn something new and they definitely did! Moreover they had enormous amount of fun!
Amelia

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