Feel the forces, experience the motion! Dr Joe’s motion and force show is a fun and informative way to introduce young scientists to concepts such as inertia, force, and gravity. Try out the vacuum bazooka, experience the inertial wheel, and find out what happens when Barbie forgets to wear her seatbelt!
"Thank you for a very informative and interesting show on forces."
Ms Osterio and 4 green.
"Dear Dr Joe, when I grow up I really wanted to be a scientist and now you taught me more. Your show was amazing!" Ana, Guardian Angels PS.
[Physical sciences F,2,4. Curriculum focus: push n pull (2), forces (4), gravity and balance (7)]
A fun and inspiring science show that explores the hidden science in the bright, nosy world around us! Explore the colours of light, and find out what makes colour. A great show with lots of potential for building science toys to make and keep!
“One of the most creative, interactive and innovative science shows our grade 1’s have been exposed to. All the students were engaged and questions were welcomed which allowed the students to feel like real scientists” Sheree west, y1, Jinibara state school.
‘l learnt about the different colours of the rainbow and the infra-red and ultraviolet.’ Sifra.
‘That was AWESOME!’ Alex M, Dutton park state school.
[Physical science 1,4. Science as a Human Endeavour, Nature and development of science 1,4 - predictions, fair tests]
Discover the secrets of sound and find new and amazing ways to make noise! Knowing what you didn't know you didn't know will always make us wiser! A super fun, interactive science show for any age group or year level.
“Brilliant session!! Fun and informative. I learnt heaps and the children had a blast!! Thanks." Miss Jane. Jinibara State school.
“One of the most creative, interactive and innovative science shows our kids have been exposed to. All the students were engaged and questions were welcomed which allowed the students to feel like real scientists,” Sheree west, Jinibara state school.
"l leant about the different colours of the rainbow and the infra-red and ultraviolet." Sifra, student.
"That was AWESOME!" Alex M, Dutton park state school.
[Physical science 1,4. Science as a Human Endeavour, Nature and development of science 1,4 - predictions]
Too much fun in one great show! Meet the six simple machines and have a go at all of them, discovering for yourself what they can do and why they are so useful. Learn about forces, the six simple machines, watch the violence of the ballista in action, and experience the forces of a rocket!
"Thanks for our best show yet. Science is fun!" Prince of peace prep gold.
"It was a very informative lesson with examples. Kids really enjoyed it"Davina, Somerville.
"Really cool show, very entertaining, and you’re explaining things really clearly. Nice work." Lin, assistant, St peters OSHC. 2013
[Suggested outcomes: Simple machines. Science content 4 & 7,9 - forces and motion.]
What is heat? Discover the secrets of heat – from a safe distance! Every chemical reaction either absorbs or emits heat, and every substance, if hot enough, will glow. Even your students are glowing! Watch the coloured flames, admire the power of cryogenic materials, and be amazed at the wonderful world of unseen temperatures!
"Thank you so much again for a fabulous show. The kids have not stopped talking about it. You have inspired their minds. They are so looking forward to Science next term :)" Melissa, y3 Runcorn SS heat show.
“Just what we needed for our C2C on heat! Thanks again for an amazing show.” Ms Brown, West End.
"The show was great. Dr Joe taught me things I didn’t know. He was just amazing. I wish he could visit us all the time. :) :) :) :) :) :) :)! Jaida, grade 3.
[chemical science 3, 5, physical sciences 3. Science Inquiry Skills - making theories and testing predictions]