Inspire your students,
your community, and yourself.
Have a hands-on, minds-on experience for yourself
with the author of the new Physical Science Curriculum of the
School District of Philadelphia.
(Adults are allowed to have fun too!)
Discover new ways to spice up (and blow up) your K-12 science curriculum. Learn with us, and then try each experiment for yourself. Investigate forces with stuffed animals. Explore circular motion by making cotton candy. Make objects literally disappear!
Our programs will save you money.
We will show you how to make your own science kits for far less than ¼ the cost. Learn the secrets of thrifty teachers. Create challenging labs and exciting demonstrations for pennies on the dollar
(sometimes literally using pennies and dollars), or often free!
Go beyond lesson plans.
Want your lessons to really be explosive?
Learn our secrets, and be prepared for a visit from Wondergy to amaze your students and fire up your curriculum. We will bring the big, dangerous stuff (liquid nitrogen, high powered lasers, lightning generators, watermelons) to explore topics related to your class. Get the most bang for your buck, for less bucks.
Order professional development and science shows together!
Full or Half-day, evening, and weekend programs available, at your site or ours.
Act 48 Credit available for Pennsylvania K-12 Teachers.
Topics for K-12 include:
Praise from past participants.
“Hearing and seeing this info broken down differently was great.
This class has truly been a lifeline for a new teacher.”
Kelly, University City High School
“This was a great workshop! I enjoyed it thoroughly…
I got so many great ideas.”
Patty, Drew Elementary School
I was very satisfied! ...I love learning about atoms & the use of light
& Ken’s excitement…Ken is extremely knowledgeable.
Kristin, Anderson Elementary School
“I believe that Ken covered everything.
I am ready to teach science with a better understanding.”
Mercedes, William Cullen Bryant Elementary
“It was great!”
Elizabeth, Perice Middle School
“Their agenda, curricular materials, teaching, and provision of basic resources all combined to make this one of the most useful training sessions I’ve attended in 15 years of teaching. They understand the basic concepts very well; moreover they are able to convey their enthusiasm and passion for teaching these concepts to their teacher-participants.”
Nancy L. Watterson, PhD., Princeton University