Bringing Physics Presentations to Students
for Presenters
Remember why you became a scientist! Visit a classroom, Inspire young students. Fermilab scientific and technical staff can share demos ready to take to a local classrooms.

To volunteer, contact Susan Dahl.

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Charge! Electricity and Magnetism
Grades 2-8

Fermilab scientists know how magnets big and small work and how they apply to our world. Students explore the relationship of magnetism and electricity and have questions answered about the power of these forces.
Forces and Motion
Grades 2-8

Speed, motion, momentum, gravity, forces. These realities control our world, but sometimes we don't understand the differences. Fermilab scientists share activities and demonstrations to help students develop a deeper understanding of the concepts of force and motion.
Physics of Sports
Grades 4-12

Fermilab scientists guide a discussion and exploration of the impact physics has in a variety of sports. Explore the why's and how's of better equipment and techniques or learn how to ananlyze swings, strokes and more. Inspired by the Active Physics series and other materials.
Light and Color
Grades 2-8

Light helps us learn and explore our world! Students explore the phenomenon of light and how the waves and particles produce our colorful world.
Physics in the Real World
Grades 6-12

Scientific and technical staff share the real world of physics. What are their days like on the job at Fermilab? What do they do? How do physicists learn to be problem solvers? What research are they doing? What kind of tools do they use?
Space, Time and Einstein
Grades 7-12

Can you catch up with a ray of light? What happens when thing go very fast? Einstein realized that space and time (what are they?) get mixed up. How many dimensions are there? Does gravity have anything to do with electricity and magnetism?
Cryogenics Show
Grades 2-8

This assembly-style show demonstrates and involves students in the fascinating field of supercooling. Fermilab engineers use liquid nitrogen to supercool magnets for least resistance; other industries use supercooling too. Learn about this cool field.