Which superpowers do your P3-P5 classes have? Find out in this fun, interactive science show which uncovers the science behind superpowers! A fantastic introduction to exploring inventors and inventions in our Science and Technology galleries.

Level: First and second (P3-P5)
Cost: £3 per pupil
Length of workshop: 45 minutes starting at either 10:30/12:00
(check your booking for timings and arrive at the museum at least 15 minutes before the start of your workshop)
Dates available: Mon 11-Thurs 14 Sept 2017, Mon 22-Thurs 25 Jan 2018, Mon 23-Thurs 26 April 2018
Booking: Fully booked for 2017-18

How should I prepare my class for this workshop?

Classes will be sitting in rows in our Auditorium, alongside other classes. Please let us know beforehand if any pupils need to sit near an exit.

What will my pupils do in the workshop?

Discover more about inventors and inventions in this live show which explores the science behind super powers. Find out more about forces, energy transfers, infra-red technology and how individuals have contributed to scientific discoveries. After the show, use our trail to explore super objects in our galleries.

Follow up activities

You can also visit our science and technology galleries before or after your session. Download our guidelines to find out more.

Try our Superhero Science Museum Challenge! This will take your pupils to explore some of the super objects they hear about in our show.

New for 2017-18! Superhero Maths Challenge & Teachers' Pack are now available to download as a zip file here


Our September shows are part of Maths Week Scotland. 2017 sees the launch of Maths Week Scotland, a brand new initiative to help everyone experience the benefits, beauty and joy of maths in exciting new ways.  National Museums Scotland is proud to be joining in. Visit www.gov.scot/mathsweek or follow @MathsScot and #mathsweekscot on twitter to see what's going on.

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