Experiments

Lemon researcher

Give it a try:

  • How are perfumes produced?
  • Learn how electric motors are driven
  • how liquids are coloured

Learn:

  • Compare materials and their properties and describe similarities and differences
  • collect and document forms of energy conversion
  • Examine and describe the importance of one’s own senses in everyday situations
  • carry out experiments and evaluate the results
  • Use tools and materials properly

Suitable for 2nd to 5th school years

Milk and quark researcher

Give it a try:

  • how is casein paint made from Quark?
  • how different types of milk are distinguished by their fat content
  • how milk can be turned into plastic

Learn:

  • to compare materials and their properties, describe similarities and differences
  • examine visible material changes of animate and inanimate nature and describe the results
  • carry out experiments and evaluate results
  • use tools and materials properly
  • examine and describe the importance of one’s own senses in everyday situations

Suitable for 3rd to 5th school years

Discovering fire water air I

Give it a try:

  • that air is not made of nothing
  • what does fire needs to burn
  • why pond skaters can walk on water

Learn:

  • Discover the properties of water, air, heat and the cold in experiments
  • Use tools and materials properly

Suitable for the kindergarten, 1st and 2nd school years

This program can also be booked “on tour” on Wednesdays for kindergartens in Hamm. We’ll bring the laboratory to your institution. For kindergartens in the local vacinity upon request. (€4.50 per child, minimum €45).

Discovering fire water air II

Give it a try:

  • how are air cushion vehicles set in motion
  • steel that burns
  • how a candle can power a boat

Learn:

  • to collect and document forms of energy conversion
  • Examine the visible material changes of animate and inanimate nature and describe the results (states of aggregates, conversion of materials during combustion)
  • carry out experiments and evaluate results
  • Use tools and materials properly

Suitable for 2nd to 5th school years

Renewable energies

Give it a try:

  • how calorific value, flash point and viscosity are determined
  • how upwind power plants work
  • how electrolysis and fuel cells work
  • how biofuels are obtained

Learn:

  • to identify energetic material characteristics and determine them experimentally
  • make independent assessments of the test results
  • describe energy and material conversion from solar energy to electricity from the fuel cell
  • exploit possibilities for energy storage
  • handle laboratory equipment and materials in a professional manner

Duration: 4 hours, 9 am to 1 pm

No costs occur for the 8th and 9th school years.

Energy researcher

Give it a try:

  • what is a parallel connection and what is a series connection
  • why light bulbs light up
  • how can we turn the sun into electricity (solar energy)
  • how can we turn wind into electricity (wind energy)

Learn:

  • to compare materials and their properties, describe similarities and differences
  • to collect and document forms of energy conversion
  • to create, describe, explain and observe models for a current circuit
  • carry out tests and evaluate results

Suitable for 3rd to 6th school years

Environmental Alert

Give it a try:

  • Dye alert: How dyes are analysed and bound together for disposal
  • oil alarm: How to remove oil from water so that it is clean afterwards
  • Acid alert: Learn how acids can be made safe

Learn:

  • Applying chemical analyses and methods for environmental protection
  • Become a researcher by using experiments and develop solutions to the problem that are posed
  • Use experiments to deduce a recommendation and present it in a plenary session importance of chemical facts for everyday life and specialist technology
  • using laboratory equipment and materials in a professional way

Duration: 4 hours, 9 am to 1 pm

No costs occur for school children in classes 8 and 9.

Further Training for teachers

As part of the Hammer Competence Team, we offer advanced training courses for colleagues or part-time colleagues from different types of schools. The focus is on trying out the experiments yourself.

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Maximilianpark Hamm GmbH
Markus Maul
Grünes Klassenzimmer
Alter Grenzweg 2
59071 Hamm

02381 98210-24maul@maximilianpark.de

Das Büro ist immer montags und donnerstags zwischen 14.00 Uhr und 17.00 Uhr besetzt.