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Workshop 067 Chemistry Class Asian B



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Starts this fall 2018

=        Seven weeks of interactive engaging  science workshops (1 hour long)  correlated with the OK Academic Standards for Science

=        Two separate classes offered: PreK to 2nd grade and 3rd thru 5th grade

=        One activity ‘take home’ at each class

=        A Free introductory assembly and a Free end of semester science party

=        $88/ student (7 wk program for the price of a 6 week program), introductory offering)

             Note-  If you are using your learning fund to pay for Mad Science, please indicate cash/check for the payment option 

          PLEASE NOTE:  EPIC classes in Moore start on September 21, not September 14 as identified on the next page!    

Location (OKC): Epic Office 4101 NW 122nd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73120, USA; Suite B (Every other Friday  starting September 14 at 11:00 am)

Location (Moore/Norman): Andy Alligator's Fun Park 3300 Market Pl. Norman, OK 73072 (Every other Friday,  starting Sept 21 at 10:00 am)

Location (Broken Arrow/Tulsa):   Epic Office 3810 S. 103rd East Ave, Tulsa, OK, 74146 (Every other Monday starting September 17 at 10:00 am)

Location (Owasso):  No Limits Church, 403 W 2nd Ave, Owasso, OK 74055 (Every other Thursday starting September 20 at 10:00 am)


Topics for 3rd thru 5th grade

Moving Motion – Catapult into Newton’s three laws of motion! They yank a cloth from under dishes and send crash test dummies flying. They adjust the mass of two identical cars and learn how heavier objects need a bigger push to move the same distance. Students drop two plastic eggs—one heavier than the other—and find out they hit the ground at the same time! They see action–reaction forces at work as a fan cart races across the room and mini-rockets launch through the air. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. 

Eco-System Explorers – Investigate the interconnections present in nature. This workshop will introduce students to the elements of ecosystems. Students will build ecosystem models, explore the elements of energy webs, reflect on how humans impact ecosystems, and use field journals for everyday explorations and more.  

Walloping Weather – Students get weather-wise in this climate-controlled class! A demonstration using heat sensitive paper & a flashlight brings to light the reasons for seasons. Students discover how air affects weather, and perform a test to show that air is everywhere. Students try out tools that meteorologists use to measure weather. They create three-day weather forecasts for cities around the world and stage a statically charged indoor storm.  


Junior Reactors – Students are introduced to the concepts of atoms and reactions! A demonstration of the differences between physical and chemical reactions is followed by a hands-on series of experiments. The relative size of an atom is introduced in a cutting edge race as the students try to reduce a strip of paper down to its atomic size! The class wraps up with a creative molecular session.


Magnetic Magic – Students use magnetic wands, explore magnetic attracting and repelling forces, confuse compass needles, and magnetize paper clips. Entertaining demonstrations show the magnet’s gravity-defying abilities and educate students about the Earth’s magnetic properties. Students continue the lessons at home with the Magnet Lab Take-Home. The Mad Science® Magnet Lab enhances the learning of magnetic fields and demonstrates how like poles repel and opposite poles attract. 


Earthworks – Students dig in to Earth science! Earth’s layers are introduced with a spotlight on its outer rocky layer. Students check out three rock samples to find out how they were made and where they were formed. They inspect minerals with an ultraviolet light to see them fluoresce. They model the moving plates that cause bends and breaks in the Earth’s solid rock layer. 

Super Power Sources – Learn that energy is neither created nor lost. Embark on a quest for alternative energy sources. Harness the sun’s heat with a parabolic mirror and choose volunteers to ramp up a power generation station. They act as power hunters to pinpoint renewable and nonrenewable resources. Tight teamwork turns on solar devices and a united breath of air runs a fan-powered light bulb. 


Topics for Kinder thru 2nd grade levels

=         Weather Wonders

=         Sound Basics

=         Lights and Color

=         Black and Blue Ocean

=         Our Ecosystem

=         Planets and Moons

=         Birds and Bugs

=         What is the Matter (Dry ice)





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