This is a special FREE online class presented by KidPass Live Stage (https://kidp.as/freelivestage). KidPass Live Stage is a free livestream series that is open for the community and showcases many of the incredible classes and instructors on KidPass.
The Art in Science is a unique program developed by a scientist and artist to enrich children in various scientific concepts.
In physics class we learn about forces and motions, light, sound, gravity, Newton's three laws of motion and more.
What will kids need to bring for this class?
• Large bowl
• Plastic wrap
• 1 teaspoon of uncooked rice
• Metal pan (Cookie Sheets or Pans are good options, but they must be metal)
• Metal Spoon
Note that as a KidPass Live Stage performance, this class and your participation may be posted on KidPass social media. Since it is formatted for a large audience, there will be limited instructor interaction. If you enjoy the class, please visit the instructor's KidPass page where you can find other class offerings and formats including small-group, interactive classes. Learn more about KidPass Live Stage at http://kidp.as/live.
When to arrive:
0.5 minutes in advance
Upcoming Schedule for Physics - Sound - KidPass Live Stage
The Art in Science is a unique program developed by a scientist-slash-artist to enrich children in various scientific concepts. In this program, kids learn science topics with hands-on activities that turn into interesting artworks that are both pleasing to the eye and intriguing to the mind.
Orna, the heart and soul behind The Art in Science, is a scientist and an artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. After years of investigating human hormones, she decided to dedicate her time to develop a special curriculum to enrich kids in science and excite them about art.
In her program, The Art in Science, the kids learn various scientific concepts and perform experiments that turn into interesting artworks pleasing to the eye and intriguing to the mind.
Orna holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Biology and a Ph. D. in Molecular Biology, followed by post-doctorate research at UC Berkeley and Stanford University, where she conducted Bioinformatics research.