K-12 Science 2 Schools Traveling Science Programs: Wondergy
Philadelphia, PA, United States
Primarily Mid-Atlantic and New England states, we’re willing to travel anywhere (including India).
Bring excitement and wonder to your event or school with a Wondergy science program. Imagine a school assembly that sparks the students' interests (as well as making real sparks), a professionally animated laser show controlled by the students, or making ice cream in under 30 seconds! Wondergy's interactive, inquiry-based programs spark curiosity and imagination in kids and adults.
All Wondergy presenters have university science training; we focus on fun while remaining true to our educational goals. All Wondergy programs are aligned with the National Science Standards and cross all disciplines. In fact, we authored the Physical Science Curriculum for the School District of Philadelphia. Let us orchestrated a science day at your school, camp, or community center. For more in-depth impact, ask us about professional development and teacher training.
Popular Offerings include:
* Play with Liquid Nitrogen, hammer a nail into wood using only a banana, and make ice cream in 30 seconds!
* Brighten your group's day or night with a laser show you control!
* Spark their interest by generating electricity on the spot, 100% volunteer-powered!
* Explore just what it is that makes a root beer float float!
* Think you're under pressure? You don't know the half of it... Come see what's going on all around us!
* Sound good? We thought so - explore how sound looks and feels and then make your own working speaker!
Wondergy will custom develop programs for most topics and venues. On occasion, we have even turned the development process into a program!
All areas, with custom program development available.
All ages, including adults
All sizes, from small birthday parties and corporate events to whole schools or community events.
Although Wondergy is a for-profit organization, we have worked with grants in the past.
The information contained in this page is accurate as of March, 2009.