You don’t need lab coats or test tubes to learn about science. Children are naturally curious about the world around them. How do you match their enthusiasm and desire to learn with educational expectations?
Achieve Now programs guide children to engage and take ownership of their learning. Through investigation, collaboration, and analysis, children learn that STEM is knowledge and practice.
Children make sense of their world and learn big ideas by using common everyday objects for experimentation. Connections are made, enthusiasm for STEM grows and lasting memories formed. We nurture lifelong learners through interactive assemblies and hands-on experiences.
Our 45 minute assemblies translate standards to practices with the CA Next Generation Science Standards.
The students will improve their understanding of science principles with multiple hands-on activities.
Family Science provides a better understanding of science concepts and their practical applications.
I can’t wait to show my family all the neat things I’ve learned today
P.S. Your show was funny!
I’m going to try it at home
Brandon, Grade 5
The next Bill Nye
Jo Ann Schricker, Teacher
It was really a cool assembly
Christy, Grade 4
Our school will be inviting Rich back for another science assembly
Rebecca Caudillo, Principal
I liked all of the things he brought to show
Katelyn, Grade 5
This is a fun, captivating science assembly!
Kathy Johnson, Teacher
It was so much fun. I really like science
Brenda, Grade 2
Mr. Blagden made science fun
Kenneth, Grade 6
It was the talk of the school
The experiments were so cool!
Your demonstrations were funny, good, and incredible!
Great and valuable learning experience
Arland Atwood, Principal
I like being able to take our experiments home
I especially like being able to do the experiments
I liked creating a spark by hitting gems together
I liked the assembly because the kids got to participate in the experiments.
The assembly was very well organized and educational.
Mrs. Stueck, Teacher
It is always fun to get to do the experiments.
It is easier to remember what I learned when I get to see what really happens
It was great to work with my child and see the excitement in their eyes while learning
This morning I watched one of the best science assemblies I have ever seen
Glenda Wycoff, Principal
It is more interesting to have a hands-on experience in science