Special Event/Tour Detail: Wonders of Science Show

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Special Event/Tour Detail: Wonders of Science Show

Audience: Public, Students, Families, Grades 2 - 7
Description:Attend the annual Wonders of Science Show! Award winning high school chemistry teachers will present a fast-paced series of demonstrations on chemical and physical phenomena that will involve your young scientists mentally and, at times, physically! Portions of this show have been seen on many national television broadcasts including Inside Edition, CBS News with Charles Kuralt, David Letterman and many more. The presenters are master science teachers who have been recognized locally and nationally for their abilities to reach young minds. Each family with at least one child in grades 2–7 will receive a kit of materials that will enable them to continue their science explorations at home or in the classroom.

Seating is limited and registrations will be accepted in the order they are received. Mail early to ensure your seat at this very popular event. Wonders of Science is an annual program provided by the Office of Education and Public Outreach at Fermilab.

Contact the Registrar at edreg@fnal.gov (preferred) or 630-840-5588 with questions.

Look at the Wonders of Science Show page to get a sense of the event.

Printable registration forms in two formats:
HTML - print, fill out by hand and mail or
PDF - electronic form that you can type text directly into, print and mail.


Sessions:None currently scheduled