Performing Arts Centers

 The Let’s Go Science Show

for Performing Arts Centers

Using theatrical, circus and comedy skills dynamic duo of Professor Smart and Dr. Knowitall teach basic physics concepts to students in ways even the teachers and parents will understand.  Your kids will enjoy 60 minutes of science fun. The Let’s Go Science Show is fully produced with a colorful set, sound and light cues. This performance has drawn rave reviews from performing arts centers, teachers and kids across the country. Professor Smart covers science standards that are coupled with solid online study materials.   It is a worthwhile learning experience.

This show is for KIDS! 

Let’s Go Science Shows are primarily built for kids in K-7th grades but is just as entertaining for adults. Even the youngest kids will be engaged by the juggling, the comedic physicality of the performers, and the tempo of the show. For grades 6, 7, and 8 the show is made even more challenging by increasing the vocabulary and asking questions of the students during the show.  Professor Smart and  Dr. K strive to be accurate, funny, lively and use many volunteers.

 •States of Matter

•Sir Isaac Newton and Gravity

•Gravity and Air Resistance

•Air Pressure and Propulsion

•Wings, Lift and Scientific Method

•Fun with Gyroscopic Properties

•Levers, Fulcrums and Math

•Static Electricity

•Head Shrinking Optical Illusion

The Let’s Go Science’s

BIG ENERGY SHOW

for  Performing Arts Centers

This show is built just for schools k-6. It is loud, uses 20 volunteers and it is a blast! It teaches about all the forms of energy and how we generate electrity. It is offered to theaters that have already brought in the original Let’s Go Science Show and want to bring the complematry show the next year.

“THE BIG ENERGY SHOW” OUTLINE (60 minutes long)

 

  1. Energy Types Rap
  2. Waves Transferring Energy
  3. Magnets are Everywhere
  4. Generating Electricity with Magnets
  5. Kinetic & Potential Energy (Human Sling Shot)
  6. Using Powerful Tools (screws)
  7. Levers, Fulcrums, Electromagnets, Cranes
  8. How Big is BIG! The Importance of Math
  9. Electromagnetic Fields and the Theremin!
  10. Awesome Optical Illusion