Science in the Kitchen
Join Professor Baloney for his Wacky Science Parties. He will use household substances to do science experiments that the children can repeat for themselves after he has gone. Everything involves easy to obtain items. The Science Party emphases fun, but Professor Baloney is a qualified physicist, so the kids will learn too.
The children help out by becoming mad scientists themselves, learning and laughing at the same time. A great party idea for birthdays and celebrations.
Build a real rocket fueled by carbon dioxide from baking soda and vinegarA wacky race between two hot air teabags illustrating air pressure and temperature.See it live and spectacularTurn ordinary flour into an explosive - the cause of the Great Fire of London in 1666.Explained and demonstrated - distribution of forces illustrated dramatically.
- Baking Soda & Vinegar Rocket
Wacky Science in School
With my business partner, marine scientist Kieran McCann, I have created a number of wacky science shows for schools. Click here for more details about these shows.