Extreme Energy

Program Level: K-12
Type: Science
Price: $695

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Extreme Energy

The rave reviews just kept coming in and we had no choice but to bring back one of our most popular shows ever, Extreme Energy!

Light up your school with the most exciting science show you’ll ever see! From potential energy to (controlled) explosions, from thermal cameras to people-power, explore where energy comes from, and where it ends up. How do we generate the energy we use every day and how do the choices we make affect our environment? This is one of the most exciting and hands on science based assembly programs touring the country today. Your students will be able to see energy as it feeds giant light bulbs, feel energy through static charges, and create energy themselves through hand cranks and running —not to mention explore energy at the molecular level inside a giant, life-sized snow globe! Also, every school gets a thermal image of their student body as a gift at the end of the show.

Concepts explored:

  • Forms of energy
  • Potential Energy
  • Conservation of Energy and Matter
  • Weather and Climate

This show aligns with the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics) standards as well as the Next Generation Science Standards–PS3.A, PS3.B, PS3.D

Extreme Energy
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I just wanted to write and say thank you for the opportunity for our school to experience the ‘Extreme Energy’ show. The staff and students both came up to me after the show to tell me how much they liked it. The presenter was amazing and went out of his way to answer everyone’s questions during and after the show. Kids are already asking when we can have it back!

Principal - Phoenix, AZ

The presenter did a remarkable job engaging the audience. He also explained the reasoning and the method behind everything in language that all the students understood. A s a teacher I know how hard it is to capture the attention of a classroom, let alone a school - I guess it didn’t hurt that there was the promise of a giant snow globe! Thanks, can’t wait to have you back.

Teacher - Pittsburgh, PA