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Kaleidoscope Education Series

2022-2023 – SC Johnson’s free, STEM programs are back. You can participate in person from the Golden Rondelle in Racine or via live broadcast to your classroom in communities where we do business! Programs are added frequently throughout the school year – check back often for updates and to submit your request. Take a look at the scheduled programs to plan your KES year.

We are pleased to offer replays of the live programs held earlier this school year. Click on the program title below to access the replay link.  

Questions should be directed to: grted@scj.com or (262) 260-3091.

Programs are available to schools at no cost.

KES Education Program Replays

This program takes students behind the scenes to earn how magicians use science, technology, engineering and math to trick their audience! Click to access this program – you will need to submit your class details (school/teacher name and number of students) to access this program.

Email grted@scj.com with questions.

 

Bubbledad takes kids through the science of bubbles, exploring chemistry, surface tension, aerodynamics and more! Click to access this program – you will need to submit your class details (school/teacher name and number of students) to access this program.

Email grted@scj.com with questions.

 

This program provides an awesome display of what magnets and conductors can do with energy… from making items float to creating explosions your students will love! Click to access this program – you will need to submit your class details (school/teacher name and number of students) to access this program. 

Email grted@scj.com with questions.

 

This exciting science program will astonish your students and leave the motivated to learn more about the often-intimidating field of physics. Click to access this program – you will need to submit your class details (school/teacher name and number of students) to access this program.  

Email grted@scj.com with questions.

Your students will be amazed while learning about aspects of modern physics as well as heat, electricity, magnetism, and plasma. Click to access this program – you will need to submit your class details (school/teacher name and number of students) to access this program.

Email grted@scj.com with questions.

This science program will explore the field of energy and introduce your students to all the forces that surround us. The demonstrations will help make abstract concepts relatable to daily life. Click to access this program – you will need to submit your class details (school/teacher name and number of students) to access this program. 

Email grted@scj.com with questions.

November Programs

Get ready to discover the amazing world of bubbles! Bubbledad takes kids through the science of bubbles, exploring chemistry, surface tension, aerodynamics and more. Your class will experience a magical bubblescape featuring mesmerizing bubbles and hands-on demonstrations. Kids learn how to make many of the bubble blowers Bubbledad uses with items they can find at home.

This live program took place earlier this month. See Replay link above to share this program with your students!

Students will go behind the scenes to learn how magicians use science, technology, engineering, and math to trick audiences’ brains. They’ll see magic, learn how it was created and why it fools us, and then be fooled all over again! This fascinating program combines magic and STEM making STEM concepts more understandable.

This live program took place earlier this month. See Replay link above to share this program with your students!

December Programs

All magic is comprised of illusions and most illusions are based on scientific principles. Chemistry, light, magnetism, optical illusions, physics, and mathematics are all demonstrated… along with the scientific principle behind each.

Click below to make your reservation request:
In-Person requests due on November 15.
Live-Broadcast requests due on November 28.

 

This science and math program will excite and inspire your class. Students will participate in experiments using liquid nitrogen, infrared light, lasers, and leaf blowers. These demonstrations will help students understand concepts including states of matter, lights and lasers, inertia, forces, and more!

Click below to make your reservation request:
In-Person requests due on November 17.
Live-Broadcast requests due on December 5.

January Programs

Your class will enjoy this operetta by the Florentine Baumgartner Studio Artists. The Barber of Seville tells the tale of a town barber, Figaro, enlisted by the young Count Almaviva to outwit Dr. Bartola for the hand of the beautiful Rosina. The rendition of this masterpiece will be performed in the original Italian, interspersed with dialogue in English.

Click below to make your reservation request:
In-Person requests due on December 15.
Live-Broadcast requests due on January 5.