Educators from across America continue to rank Hooked on Science programs as the best. Unlike
other presenters, STEM certified educator, Jason Lindsey aka "Mr. Science," is a STEM
professional and brings real-world science connections to schools. When he is not doing hands-on
science programs, you’ll discover him doing the weather on television stations as a meteorologist.
Jason Lindsey fascinates even the
most reluctant learner with his high-
octane science fun! He takes
students’ interest to a whole new
level by introducing high level
concepts. Jason’s Hooked on
Science program is an exciting
hands-on extravaganza for students
of all ages!"  
Alecia Ladd
Educator
"Jason did an absolutely fantastic
job with his presentation. He held
the students' and parents' attention
throughout the entire program. He
had a wonderful rapport with the
audience from the beginning. His
behavior management was
wonderful!! His program was fast
paced, so as not to lose people's
attention. I watched the faces of the
audience and parents and students
alike were so involved in everything
he was doing."
Mary Catherine Bir
Educator
  • Public Education Award
  • Best Children's Programming
SCHOOL PROGRAMS
ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS
SCIENCE ROCKS
 
From cooking soap in the microwave, to engineering a cloud launcher, to
creating a human circuit, students discover how “science rocks” by doing some
of the most amazing science experiments.
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K – Forces and Interactions:  Pushes and Pulls
  • 1 – Waves: Light and Sound
  • 2 – Structure and Properties of Matter
  • 3 – Forces and Interactions
  • 4 – Energy
  • 5 – Structure and Properties of Matter
ICE COLD SCIENCE
 
From creating a snowstorm to making a giant spoon scream to turning a
banana into a hammer, students explore the world of ice cold science.  
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • 2 - Structure and Properties of Matter
  • 5 - Structure and Properties of Matter
POKEMON SCIENCE
From creating a Pikachu lightning bolt, to shooting fireballs like Charizard, to
making the ghost of Gastly appear, students discover the science behind
Pokémon.
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K – Weather and Climate
  • 2 – Structure and Properties of Matter
  • 3 – Weather and Climate
  • 5 – Structure and Properties of Matter
SPOOKY SCIENCE
From putting a ghost in a bubble to a self-carving pumpkin to a standing
broom, students discover the science behind Halloween.
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K – Forces and Interactions:  Pushes and Pulls
  • 1 – Waves: Light and Sound
  • 2 – Structure and Properties of Matter
  • 3 – Forces and Interactions
  • 4 – Waves
  • 5 – Structure and Properties of Matter
FAMILY SCIENCE NIGHT
Searching for a way to get families "Hooked on Science?" If so, the Hooked on
Science Family Science Night starts with a science show, which gets families
excited about science. Then, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, guardians,
and kids visit up to 6 science stations doing science as a family.     
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K-2 – Engineering Design
  • K – Forces and Interactions:  Pushes and Pulls
  • 1 – Waves: Light and Sound
  • 2 – Structure and Properties of Matter
  • 3-5 – Engineering Design
  • 3 – Forces and Interactions
  • 4 – Waves
  • 5 – Structure and Properties of Matter
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CLASSROOM TO CLASSROOM PROGRAMS
FAIRY TALES PROBLEM SOLVING
Students engineer happier endings to fairy tales as they design a house that
can’t be blown down, construct a bridge that keeps three goats safe from the
troll, and build a chair that even Goldilocks can’t break.  
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K-2 – Engineering Design
  • 3-5 – Engineering Design
ENGINEERING WITH MINECRAFT
Students learn the basics of the engineering design process as they use
Minecraft Legos to engineer their own creations, dissect a creeper, discover
why obsidian is one of the strongest blocks in Minecraft, and more.
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K-2 – Engineering Design
  • 3-5 – Engineering Design
  • 4 – Structure, Function, and information Processing
  • 4 – Earth’s Systems:  Processes that Shape the Earth
STAR WARS SCIENCE
Students explore a galaxy far, far away as they create cloud city, engineer Han
Solo's sound blaster, and more. May the force be with you!
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K – Forces and Interactions: Pushes and Pulls
  • K – Weather and Climate
  • 1 – Waves: Light and Sound
  • 3 – Weather and Climate
  • 3 – Forces and Interactions
  • 4 – Energy
  • 4 – Waves
WILD WEATHER
Students create a twister, mega cloud, lightning bolt and more as they discover
the science behind some of the world’s wildest weather.
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K – Weather and Climate
  • 3 – Weather and Climate
HOW TO CODE
Students learn how to give instructions and how to turn instructions into code.
They’ll explore the world of coding through Logo and Scratch.
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K-2 – Engineering Design
  • 3-5 – Engineering Design
CIRCUITS IN SECONDS
Using LittleBits, easy-to-use electronic building blocks, which snap together with magnets, students explore
electricity as they engineer blinking, buzzing creations.
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K-2 – Engineering Design
  • 1 – Waves:  Light and Sound
  • 3-5 – Engineering Design
  • 3 – Forces and Interactions
  • 4 – Energy
OZOBOT
Ozobot, a little toy robot, takes students on a fun and mesmerizing experience through creative drawing,
problem solving, and group challenges. Students draw OzoCode color codes on paper and their robot uses
optical sensors to respond by spinning, speeding up, and more.
NGSS CONNECTIONS
  • K-2 – Engineering Design
  • 3-5 – Engineering Design
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