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Science for Kids! - Chemistry Show - Science Alliance

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Published on Mar 14, 2010

K-8 - Bringing Chemistry to Life! - A series of exciting demonstrations selected for their proven ability to stimulate students' curiosity. Explanations of atoms, molecules, and chemical reactions excite your younger students while middle school students enjoy more technical demonstrations.

Each show is fun, fast-paced and most importantly, educational! Student participation is encouraged and safety is always stressed. Every presentation is 100% GUARANTEED to inspire enthusiasm in your students. We know that children learn by doing, and our programs involve up to 50 to 60 student volunteers. The length of a standard presentation or workshop is approximately one hour but can easily be altered to accommodate school and library schedules. Shows are always age appropriate and can be revised to complement and enhance any school, library, or organization's current theme or curriculum.

Bill Bosworth earned degrees in Science from the University of Wisconsin and taught High School Chemistry and Biology for ten years in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin before creating The Science Alliance in 1990. His goal is to inspire and motivate K-8 kids to get excited about science BEFORE they get to High School. With his passion for teaching, his sense of fun, and his fast-paced, hands-on presentations, he has encouraged thousands of students to participate in science fairs, pursue further studies in science, and even aspire to succeed in one of the many careers available to them in the exciting world of science!
www.thesciencealliance.com

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