Tag Archives: Science Magic

Burien-Seattle Science Magic Assembly

St. Bernadette School in Burien hosted my Science Magic assembly last week.  This was a reward program for the school’s World’s Finest Chocolate fundraiser that recently wrapped up.  Students who sold three or more boxes of chocolate received VIP seating … Continue reading

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Summer Reading Program Science Magic

“Your show at the Kent Library was the best ever!  You managed to give our kids  lots of cool scientific information while keeping them totally enthralled! I love the way you stress the “magic” of reading and reinforce learning at … Continue reading

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Anacortes Science Magic Workshops

Anacortes School District Science Specialist Mira Lutz found my website and wanted hands-on workshops for all of the 5th grade students at the three elementary schools in her district.  These students were specifically studying Newton’s Laws of Motion and she … Continue reading

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Skype School Visit

Today I made a guest appearance for students at Explorer Elementary in Sioux Falls, South Dakota… without ever leaving my comfy home in Olympia, Washington!  It was a Skype visit arranged with teacher/technology integrationist Travis Lape.  Their school science fair … Continue reading

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Bremerton Science Fair

Esquire Hills Elementary in Bremerton, Washington invited me to present my Science Magic show as part of their Science Fair last night.  I always enjoy being able to see the hypotheses they test in their experiments.  There are always a … Continue reading

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Science Spectacular in Redmond

The City of Redmond Parks and Recreation department hosted my Science Magic show and workshop Friday evening at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center.  The event was sold-out, thanks to great publicity by the City of Redmond, ParentMap Magazine, and … Continue reading

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