Chemistry Assembly: Lights, Camera, Reaction!

Location
At the Museum
Format
Assemblies
Topic(s) Covered
Chemistry
Availability
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 11am
Groups up to 250 students
Cost
$3 Per Student
Chaperones and teachers free

This program must be booked at least 2 weeks in advance.
Grade Level(s)
K — 8th
Season
School Year
Duration
1 hr
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OMSI educator performing a demo during an assembly

This show has it all—solutions that instantly change color, giant piles of foam, great balls of fire and more! Your students will see a variety of types of chemical reactions and learn how to recognize when chemical reactions are happening.

OMSI’s stage programs bring concepts to life with thought-provoking demonstrations and audience participation. While the minimum number is 60 students, smaller groups are welcome to register for programs reserved by another group or pay the $180 minimum.

This program takes place in the OMSI Auditorium. Combine this program with a field trip to the museum.

A minimum of 2 weeks' advance notice is required for all registration requests. If you have questions, please contact us at 503.797.4661 or register@omsi.edu.

Standards Addressed Structure and Function:
1.1P.1
Compare and contrast physical properties and composition of objects.
3.1P.1
Compare and contrast the properties of states of matter.
6.1P.1
Describe physical and chemical properties of matter and how they can be measured.
7.1P.1
Explain that all matter is made of atoms, elements are composed of a single kind of atom, and compounds are composed of two or more different elements.
Interaction and Change:
4.2P.1
Describe physical changes in matter and explain how they occur.
Scientific Inquiry:
K.3S.1
Explore questions about living and non-living things and events in the natural world.
K.3S.2
Make observations about the natural world.
2.3S.2
Make predictions about living and non-living things and events in the environment based on observed patterns.
3.3S.3
Explain why when a scientific investigation is repeated, similar results are expected.