Introduce your school community to the exciting world of science by having Mad Science conduct your Science Night! Our Science Night packages include two hours of fun, hands-on experiments that will captivate and mesmerize everyone.
Science Night packages include:
Science Show: We will kick off the night with a spectacular science show. This highly interactive show will entertain both students and parents alike. See chemical reactions, fantastic forces and our giant foam factory!
Science Stations: Each station is staffed by professional Mad Scientists and filled with interactive exhibits, which will help students understand scientific principles. Students and parents will rotate through the following Science Stations:
Magnetism: Explore the magnificent world of magnets! Interact with magnets in motion, levitate objects and experiment with magnetic liquid.
Optical Illusions: Learn how our eyes can play tricks on us! Use a camera obscura, uncover the science of holograms and explore 3-D.
Dry Ice: Discover the amazing properties of dry ice! Learn about sublimation and create a large-scale bubbling potion.
Make & Take Booths: Students will make and take home science projects related to the Science Stations they visit. Make & Take Booths include:
Floating Magnet Set: Interact with invisible magnetic fields when you make your own floating magnet set.
Periscope: Build a periscope of your own to help you look around corners and over crowds.
Slippery Slime: Discover the ooey gooey origins of plastic and make your own batch of slippery slime. (Not included in package A)
Science Night is a two hour program, which includes a 45 minute show followed by 75 minutes to explore all of the Science Stations and Make & Take Booths. Our Mad Scientists bring all of the equipment and materials to your school to make the entire event hassle-free. Science Night packages are tailored to fit your needs for any number of students.
If your school has had a Science Night with us in the past, please mention this when scheduling for NEW Science Night programming.