Tag Archives: Science Magic

Magic for National Lutheran Schools Week

Today I visited Faith Lutheran School in Lacey, Washington as part of National Lutheran Schools Week. It was five years ago that I last performed for their school. (You know, before that pandemic thing!) Nevertheless, several students knew me from … Continue reading

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Science Fair & STEM School Assembly Video

Super-fun kick-off or finale for your school Science Fair or STEM Program Jeff Evans’ Science Magic assembly is an interactive mix of science and magic. Students are exposed to the characteristics of solids, liquids, and gases.  The properties of air … Continue reading

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Everett School Science Fair

Two years ago I presented my Science Magic show as part of Everett Christian School‘s Science Fair.  It was a hit, and they invited me back.  One of my favorite parts of Science Fairs is seeing the exhibits.  Students need … Continue reading

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Bonney Lake Science Night

Science is big at Liberty Ridge Elementary in Bonney Lake!  There were lots of great exhibits by students as well as hands-on science stations hosted by high school students, teachers, and parents.  I presented my Science Magic show to cap … Continue reading

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Seattle School Math & Science Night

Daniel Bagley Elementary in Seattle hosted my Science Magic show as part of their Math Night.   I’ve had the pleasure of being part of several programs at Bagley Elementary in the past.  Their parents are always very supportive of … Continue reading

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Science Magic Video

Coming spring 2015:  Science Magic DVDs I’ve been presenting my Science Magic shows for libraries, schools, and special events since 1998.  The past year I’ve wanted to create videos designed for elementary-age kids who want simple and fun experiments that … Continue reading

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