To the delight of school teachers and parents alike, it has been clearly demonstrated that kids of all ages genuinely learn and retain an amazing amount of the educational content and thoroughly enjoy these entertaining experiences.

Independent analysts quizzed viewers before and after a screening of the show and found that the core concepts presented were firmly grasped by young audiences.

Results: An independent assessment of Molecularium – Riding Snowflakes from 1200 audience respondents (ages 6 to 69) found:

  • Total percentages of correct answers increased significantly for every age group after the show.
  • Percentage of correct answers for younger viewers more than doubled.
  • 63 % gave the show a rating of 10 out of 10!

Five years old drawings:

Drawings made by 5 year olds before and after being shown the film.
Percent of correct answers about core concepts before and after viewing the show.

The Molecularium® Educator Resources provide activity-based lessons and hands-on experiments to explore the exciting nanoscale universe of atoms and molecules with your students. These guides address a wide variety of National Science Education Standards appropriate to the different grade levels. Student handouts help to guide discovery and reinforce key concepts. These guides can be used on their own or in conjunction with the films.

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Molecularium teacher's resource guide

The Molecularium Project:
Teacher’s Resource Guide
For early elementary
classrooms (Grades K-4).

Molecules to the max educator's resource guide

Molecules to the MAX!:
Educator’s Resource Guide
For Grades 5-8.

Molecules to the Max teacher's discovery guide

Molecules to the MAX!:
Teacher’s Discovery Guide
A brief introduction to the movie
with fun graphics and activities.
Great for printing and hanging
on your walls.

Guide to NanoSpace:

NanoSpace is an online theme park that teaches about atoms and molecules through games, activities and short animations. The following is an interactive guide for educators to easily find the NanoSpace content by topics.


Go to the NanoSpace Theater