Space History and Technology
Joe Lennox brings his knowledge, enthusiasm, detailed models and authentic spacecraft hardware to your classroom so students gain a better understanding of the importance of space exploration.
Joe, who has worked with NASA astronauts and teacher specialists, is creator and curator of an extensive space history museum that will one day belong to the Astronaut Hall of Fame at Kennedy Space Center.
Using some of his collection, along with a PowerPoint presentation, he explains in simple language such concepts as micro gravity, jet propulsion, how space stations orbit and more.
Students learn space science, history and technology as Joe discusses what has been accomplished in space exploration and what the future in space holds.
Grades K-12; College & Adult • Great Family & Community Programs Also Available
|One Woman Circus|
Starring Lisa Lou
Amazing Circus Acts from around the world presented by the international cast of Lisa Lou! Plate Spinning, Juggling, Magic, Mayhem & more!
A great program just for fun…end of year, post testing, holiday, school carnival, field day, fundraising event, etc.
Grades K-8 • Great Family & Community Program Also Available
|Open The Door|
Anger is not something reserved for adults – children, too, need to learn how to deal constructively with this emotion.
Scot Cannon offers real alternatives to hitting, throwing things, and slamming doors, through the use of mime, music, and comedy. He connects with his audience by sharing his own personal experiences to illustrate how hurtful words can be - emphasizing that “once you push, hit, or call someone a name, you can never take it back.”
This interactive program stresses honesty, tolerance and communication as a means of defusing anger and encourages children to “Open the Door – Tell Someone What’s Wrong.”
Scot provides children with positive ways to handle anger and uses student participation as an integral part of the performance.
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