It’s a special science week for Rockin’ Kids’ Club at Round Rock Public Library. Explore physics with this interactive live show from UT-Austin. The Physics Circus is coming to town! Featuring some of the most important results from classical physics, this show from the University of Texas aims to show kids some of the cool things you can do when you know and understand science. Some of these demonstrations feature materials that can’t easily be used in a classroom–you won’t want to miss this! The fun begins at 4:30 p.m. in Room B on Monday, November 25, 2019.
The Physics Circus is a traveling science show that demonstrates for kids and families some of the most important understandings scientists have learn from the study of classical physics. There are lots of cool things you can do with your knowledge of science–some of which you can’t normally see in a classroom.
With a lively, fun presentation and thrilling demonstrations, University of Texas faculty and students will cover heat, motion, states of matter, properties of air, and electricity. This is a fun event for students of all ages as well as for parents and teachers–and school’s out, so come join the fun!
Contact the Children’s Desk at 512.218.3275