Join An Interactive Magic-Themed Science Class

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Subjects: Science

What to expect

Are your budding scientists missing their science lessons? Want to see your favourite book magically brought to life through science experiments for kids? Join the Laboratory Collective for some awesome interactive live science classes on their Facebook page. The co-founders, Miss Amy and Dr Ed, aim is to get kids to fall in love with science because it's connected to their favourite books and stories. And they intent to bring imaginary worlds to life using it!

These sessions are the ideal opportunity to get your child back to the classroom. Expect interactive live sessions with fun STEM challenges kids can do on their own and crazy explosive demos by Dr Ed.⁠ You will be shown how to conduct a science experiment in the classroom and at home. These interactive magic-themed classes, which change theme each week, will be connected to your kids' favourite books, movies and stories. If you've got any huge Potter fans in the family (who doesn't?), they will love the DIY Harry Potter classes. This is cool science kids can get involved in! They can make their very own colour-changing potions or discover how to make magical wands with paper and tape. So, throw on your wizard's hat, grab your wand and enjoy the best class online for mini scientists. If you really love science, check out these live sessions for kids.

What you’ll need

  • Pen and paper - Miss Amy and Dr Ed will items that are required for you to recreate your science experiment afterwards. So, be ready to take notes.
  • Make sure you have a good WiFi connection for the best user experience.

What you’ll do

  • The live sessions are on every weekday at 4.30pm.
  • These are live interactive science classes streamed on Facebook. Miss Amy and Dr Ed will demonstrate explosive experiments.
  • If you want even more science classes, check out Wacky Wednesdays or The Potty Professor.




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The Laboratory Collective

The Laboratory Collective is based in Chicago. Its aim is to bring the imaginary world to life by literally using science at immersive, themed science camps, birthday parties and classes. The Laboratory Collective use books, movies and stories to get kids excited and engaged with STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). It has been providing programs at its Bucktown location, working with schools, and developing workshops through Chicago Public Libraries Foundation since 2015.

The co-founders of the The Laboratory Collective are Amy Schwartzbach-Kang, a teacher and education consultant, and Dr Edward Kang, PhD, NBCT, who has a doctorate in Molecular Neuroscience from Northwestern University. Together they intend reinvent traditional science education to engage all students.  

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