Science in the Movies

One Hour Live Assemblies

Performed in thousands of schools across the United States, Science in the Movies is a live presentation that reveals the exciting ways science is used to create movie stunts and special effects.  During a thrilling one hour assembly, Steve Wolf's team performs six stunts and effects that teach over 100 essential science and safety concepts.

 

 

 

 

Key Science Topics Covered: 

States of Matter (Solids, Liquids, Gases)

Changes in States of Matter (Phase Changes)

Properties of Matter (Conductivity, Density, Insulation, Resistance, Viscosity, Flammability, Reactivity, Tensile Strength)

Chemical Reactions

Chemical Energy

Electric Circuits

Fire Dynamics

Mechanical Advantage

Work vs. Effort

Pressure & Force

Temperature

Simple Machines (Levers, Ramps, Wheels, Axles, Screws, Wedges, Pulleys),

Compressability of Gasses

Thermodynamics (Conservation of Energy, Conduction, Convection, Radiation)

 

Key Safety Topics Covered:

Drugs & Alcohol

Seat Belts

Home Fire Safety Plan, Stop, Drop & Roll, Anti-Smoking, Lightning Safety, Healthful Eating, and Don't Try This at Home!

 

Investment - Accredited Schools:

$1,500 minimum Includes up to 350 Students

$4.00 per additional student

$350 for additional same day show

Jack Canfield, author of "Chicken Soup for the Soul," is an enthusiastic supporter of our book, "The Secret Science Behind Movie Stunts & Special Effects". Order now for a personally autographed copy by Steve Wolf, author and founder of Science in the Movies. Makes a terrific gift! 

Order your copy today

Science in the Movies

512-653-9653

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