This fascinating hands-on exploration blends in music, math, art and science. Student physicists understand the difference between matter and energy and separate into small groups to experiment with sound energy. They learn about sound sound waves, pitch, frequency, tension, electricity, heat and so much more. It’s the perfect program to ignite young minds while engaging senses.
This one hour in-school field trip is designed for no more than 35 students to keep the presentations engaging with hands-on experiments. One of our STEAM City team members sets up a table fold out with small group supplies.
We recommend reserving one room for your in-school field trip and each group rotates. Presentations may be setup in a classroom, media center, gym, auditorium, library or cafeteria. The best room arrangement is with 6 stations (large tables or desks pushed together) to accommodate small group stations. We are flexible if a central location or stations are unavailable and are happy to discuss different options for students.