Assemblies by Crystal Clear Sciences
One assembly presentation free for schools participating in the Let's Stop Waste at Schools, with a $25 co-pay for each additional presentation or a $10 co-pay for each additional presentation at low-income schools; $295 for schools not registered with R3SOURCE's Let's Stop Waste at Schools Program. Assemblies are for grades K to eight and last 45 minutes. To schedule, email Crystal Clear Science, Inc. or 513-553-2252.
STEAM! Powered Recycling
This fun and fast-paced STEAM program is filled with experiments guaranteed to inspire and inform. Kids learn how electromagnets separate steel, eddy currents separate aluminum and light helps separate plastics. Metal and plastic are melted, remolded, and cooled in front of their eyes. Math demonstrates the costs and savings of recycling. Electrical generators and Tesla coils teach energy use and changes in memorable demonstrations. Examples of the "art" in upcycling projects encourage kids to be creative! The discussion of renewable and sustainable alternatives reinforces core standards in technology and the impact of humans on the environment. This program's memorable demonstrations reinforce big science ideas across grade levels.
Assemblies by the Illusion Maker
One assembly presentation free for schools participating in the Let's Stop Waste at Schools Program, with a $25 co-pay for each additional presentation or a $10 co-pay for each additional presentation at low-income schools. To schedule, email The Illusion Maker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Illusion Maker’s Environmental Magic Show presents learning in a fun-filled, exciting way! Magician David James performs mind-blowing magic with randomly chosen students to participate. Through magic and illusions, he will show the students why our families should be using the three environmental "Rs" and why they are so important. He’ll also discuss how litter affects the environment and our responsibility to clean it up. Each student will leave the show with many new ideas on how they and their families can have a positive influence on the environment.