Our Demonstration Fun Station Themes
Static electricity can come from various objects like carpet, doorknobs, sweaters, and balloons. During this demonstration, kids get to witness the effect of static electricity first hand. This demonstration is so mind-blowing, it makes the hairs on the back of their necks stand up—literally!
Ever wondered how the infamous fog effect is generated? You guessed it…dry ice! Not only is this extremely cold form of carbon dioxide good at fogging up a room, it is also used to illustrate several other cool effects. During this demonstration, children learn all of the chilling facts behind dry ice, in addition to conjuring up a few magical potions using the element itself.
Children catapult into Newton's three laws of motion! they experiment with plastic eggs, cars and crash test dummies to see the real-world effects of force, gravity and inertia. For extra excitement consider adding on a rocket launch!
Explore how powerful air pressure can be! Children will get a chance to try out our vortex generators and see a Viking ship rise. They will see how a vacuum jar can make a marshmallow grow and shaving cream explode!
Children listen to sounds made with solid materials—from plastic to metal to string. Electronic devices reveal frequency when a pitch-changing machine alters voices to gruff monsters or happy chipmunks.