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SES Mad Science assembly: entertaining, interactive and inspiring

on January 13, 2017

Mad Science presenter places foam in the hands of volunteer studentsHow do you hold the undivided attention of an elementary school audience for 45-minutes? With chemical reactions that steam, bubble, change colors, create shapes, taste good – or explode – and a funny scientist named Rocket-ship Rachel!

Presented by Mad Science of the Hudson Valley, and sponsored by Sanfordville PTA, the Fire and Ice science show was offered to all students at Sanfordville Elementary School on Friday, January 13.

By making science more accessible and fun, Mad Science demonstrations change the way students look at science. Students volunteer to participate in the experiments, to the applause of their peers, adding a confidence-building aspect to the program.

Student watched a test galss team while Mad Science presenter addresses the audience   Mad Science presenter and one student volunteer watch steam coming out of a pipe Student holds a tube with a pink liquid and steaming at the top    Mad Science presenter makes a balloon explode







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