Jeff Evans' Science Magic assembly is a super-fun way to kick off your science fair, or just as a way to share the excitement of science with your students…
Students at St. Bernadette Parish School in Burien share their ideas during Jeff Evans' Science Magic assembly. http://edumazement.com/blog/2014/10/29/burien-seattle-science-magic-assembly/
#Science #Magician Jeff Evans discussing density and the relationship between area and mass for students at St. #Bernadette Parish School in #Seattle. http://edumazement.com/blog/2014/10/29/burien-seattle-science-magic-assembly/
Mr. Harris discusses how to use a microscope to view the beating heart of a daphnia (water bug). It was all part of Michael T. Simmons' STEM Night in Tumwater. Read all about it at http://edumazement.com/blog/2014/04/18/tumwater-stem-night/.
Thanks to the City of Redmond and the teen volunteers who made the "Science Spectacular" a success! Nearly 130 kids and adults attended the event and tried their hand at the "Science Magic" workshop stations. http://edumazement.com/blog/2014/03/17/science-spectacular-in-redmond/
Alka seltzer "rockets" are, literally, a blast! All it takes is a little water, a film canister, and an alka seltzer tablet to create a big "pop!" and screams of excitement. http://edumazement.com/blog/2014/03/17/science-spectacular-in-redmond/
"Hero's Fountain" is a kinetic display that uses gravity and air pressure to power a small self-contained water fountain. It was all part of the City of Redmond's "Science Spectacular." http://edumazement.com/blog/2014/03/17/science-spectacular-in-redmond/
Amazing fact: the juice from boiled red cabbage makes an excellent chemical indicator of bases and acids. Fourth grade students at Sunset Elementary in Issaquah work on concepts in preparation for their upcoming Science Fair. http://edumazement.com/blog/2014/02/25/issaquah-science-magic-workshops/
On the set of my Science Magic show for Thurston Community Television (TCTV). I teach simple science demonstrations and experiments that kids and families can do at home. Look for clips on my youtube channel, www.youtube.com/edumazement.