Project Description

Family Science Nights

Our Family Science Nights are a great way to build community in a fun, educational setting.

Parents will have the chance to see the kinds of topics their children are learning about through hands-on activities.

What’s included

  • Two experienced Mad About Science scientists to help manage the activities

  • Six themed science rooms for a wholistic learning experience to enage everyone

  • Materials for all activities in each themed room for hands-on and interactive fun

  • Curated activities and demonstrations to suit your needs

  • Detailed instructions for each station so parents and children can work at their own pace

  • Set up and pack up of all activities

Sample activities

  • Make an incredible non-Newtonian fluid called oobleck

  • Erupt instant snow in the palm of your hand

  • Learn about forces with gyroscopes

  • Grow a water bead to keep

  • See the world differently with lenses that can create rainbows before your eyes

We are available to consult with you to create your ideal evening of science.


Why not add on one of our amazing BIG Science Shows to make the evening extra special?



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Fotini was a fantastic presenter. She was set up well before time, organised and really amazing with the kids. They were all engaged and she did a great job of keeping the session flowing and working with the students. Will definitely book again in the future. 😊

Gladstone Views Primary School Kitchen Chemistry July 6, 2023

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The children absolutely loved the session with Mad About Science. They loved all the activities, and the elephant’s toothpaste is always a hit. Your staff were amazing. So professional and well organised.  There is no other organisation we love to work with as much as yours.

Party Customer March 28, 2023

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Great. Lots of interesting concepts were explored and discussed. Hands-on activities kept students engaged. Great lesson structure. Visuals and explanations. Age appropriate.

Diggers Rest Primary School Chemistry Chaos November 4, 2022