Schooltime Series

Each season, Angelina Artrs Alliance provides a diversity of performing arts experineces for students in grades Pre-K through 12.  Professional artists/educators travel from around the world to perform during the school day for local students and teachers.

Each show has connections to school curricula and offers a unique opportunity for teachers to bring their subjects 'to life' on stage in a way their students will never forget.  Study guides are available for most shows allowing teachers to integrate the arts into their lesson plans.  The shows are imaginatevly conceived, artistically produced and provide relevant, entertaining and enriching experiences for students.

In 2016-17, three outstanding productions, emphasizing science, language arts and classical music, will come to the Temple Theater stage: The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (grades K-8), Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters (grades K-5) and Let's Go Science Show (grades 2-6).

 

The Schooltime Series is underwritten by funds generously provided by the
T.L.L. Temple Foundation.

With additional support from Goodwin-Lasiter-Strong, Mary K. & Clifford Grum and Texas Commision on the Arts

Let’s Go Science Show
Show Date & Time:

Friday, April 7, 2017
9:00 am and 11:30 am
Recommended for

grades 2nd-6th
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Let’s Go Science Show

The Let's Go Science Show is a wacky look at "how things work" with Professor Smart and Ms. Knowitall.  They join forces for an educational, entertaining, and exciting experiential extravaganza.  Professor shrinks his head, has toilet paper flying, juggles, and has people's hair standing on end, all while demontrating principles of physics.  Researcher and side kick Ms. Knowitall keeps the facts straight.  During the show your students will learn science concepts through impressive and memorable demonstrations.  They will learn about air pressure, figure out flight, see awesome optical illusions, be shocked by static electricity, see experiements with falling masses, grasp gyroscopic properties and get a handle on the scientific method.  It's just plain fun!

Download the Etiquette Guide.