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Science Show – Bubbleology
Our most popular science show for junior scientists!
Find out what bubbles are made of and learn why they are so stretchy and lazy. This show features giant bubbles, fire bubbles, liquid nitrogen bubbles and more! Science concepts include liquids, mixtures, surface tension, evaporation and air pressure.
NSW SYLLABUS LINKS:
Early Stage 1:
STe-4WS: A student explores their immediate surroundings by questioning, observing using their senses and communicating to share their observations and ideas
STe-9ME: A student identifies that objects are made of materials that have observable properties
STe-6NE: A student identifies that the way objects move depends on a variety of factors
ST1-4WS: A student investigates questions and predictions by collecting and recording data, sharing and reflecting on their experiences and comparing what they and others know
ST1-12MW: A student identifies ways that everyday materials can be physically changed and combined for a particular purpose.
ST1-7PW: A student describes the effects of pushes and pulls on objects they encounter
ST2-4WS: A student investigates their questions and predictions by analysing collected data, suggesting explanations for their findings, and communicating and reflecting on the processes undertaken.
ST2-7PW: A student describes everyday interactions between objects that result from contact and non-contact forces.
ST2-12MW: A student identifies that adding or removing heat causes a change of state between solids and liquids.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Science Space
Live Event - By Request
Joining The Event
Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
Our sessions are run in Zoom. A Zoom link will be emailed to teachers once a date and time has been booked with the Science Space Bookings Officer.
Participants will need:
*Computer with internet access, webcam and microphone
*Projector or large screen TV with adequate speaker system for students to see and hear the presenter
If you have any queries please contact the provider
Name: Science Space
Email: [email protected]