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Signature Science Show only $7/student + GST

Heat energy is a focus of the Year 3 show, exciting students with a range of fire and liquid nitrogen-based demonstrations to explore how heat can be produced, transferred between objects and have dramatic observable effects on materials around us.

Signature Science Show and Mad Microscopes – Is it Living? Workshop $14/student + GST

As well as our Signature Science show, students observe evidence to define living and non-living specimens using hand-held digital microscopes and can even capture images of their discoveries to view later in class.

Signature Science Show and Hardcore Heat workshop $14/student + GST

As well as our Signature Science show, students complete chemical reactions to feel and measure, using thermometers, how heat can be produced and absorbed. They then test different materials’ ability to conduct thermal energy and allow state changes.

Signature Science Show, Hardcore Heat workshop and Mad Microscopes – Is it Living? Workshop $24/student + GST

As well as our Signature Science show, each group will participate in the Hardcore Heat as well as the Mad Microscopes workshop.

During the Hardcore Heat workshop, students complete chemical reactions to feel and measure, using thermometers, how heat can be produced and absorbed. They then test different materials’ ability to conduct thermal energy and allow state changes..

The Mad Microscopes workshop allows students to observe evidence to define living and non-living specimens using hand-held digital microscopes and can even capture images of their discoveries to view later in class.

Mad Microscopes – Is it Living? workshop only $10/student + GST

Students observe evidence to define living and non-living specimens using hand-held digital microscopes and can even capture images of their discoveries to view later in class.

Hardcore Heat workshop only $10/student + GST

Students complete chemical reactions to feel and measure, using thermometers, how heat can be produced and absorbed. They then test different materials’ ability to conduct thermal energy and allow state changes.

Year 3