The Cockrell Butterfly Center and Wortham Giant Screen Theatre are closed for renovations.

ConocoPhillips Science on Stage

First Presentation - $375, Each Presentation Thereafter - $150

Explore concepts in chemistry, energy and physics through thrilling large-group presentations, involving interactive demonstrations and the help of student volunteers!

See why presenter Carolyn Leap was named 2012 Educator of the Year by the Texas Association of Museums, as she takes you on a thrilling journey through the wild world of physical science.

From discovering the effects of liquid nitrogen, to watching energy transform, to seeing Newton’s laws in action, ConocoPhillips Science On Stage makes science concepts relevant and fun. We offer three separate programs, each with a different emphasis.

Details and Restrictions:

  • Capacity: Maximum 250 students per presentation
  • Ages: 7-18 (Grades 2-12)
  • There is a mileage fee for locations more than 20 miles from the Museum.
  • Presentations
    Tailored to grade-specific TEKS objectives.
    Before and After presentation curriculum available for each Program
  • First Assembly Presentation: $375
  • Each Presentation Thereafter: $150 Must be on same topic. Restrictions apply.

Pair with other programs in an Outreach Package!
  • Try adding a Discovery Dome program in our portable and inflatable planetarium and a Chevron Earth Science On Wheels program on alternative energy (booking for Fall 2015) for the Technological Wonders package! Or tack on a presentation of the new Bugs On Wheels Cleanup Crew to have the Crime Scene Exploration package!
Motion Commotion

See Newton’s laws of motion brought to life, through interactive demonstrations which allow the audience to experience their practical applications.…

Exploring Energy

Discover the science behind energy transformations through exciting, fun and interactive demonstrations of electricity, sound, and light. Energy is everywhere!…

Cool Chemistry

Have a blast (literally!) witnessing demonstrations of combustion, color changes, and polymers, and watching the incredible effects of liquid nitrogen!…

 
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