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Project Mc2 Circuit Beats

Project Mc2 Circuit Beats

Project Mc2 Circuit Beats Project Mc Circuit Beats shows how you can make music out of almost anything and teaches about electrical circuits. The Project Mc2 series is designed to encourage more girls to be interested in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math); Project Mc2 Circuit Beats incorporate the science, technology and art. You(…)

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John Adams Booms Bangs Fizzes

John Adams Booms Bangs Fizzes

The thing I love most about Science is that there is something for everybody, no matter what their age, ability, gender or interests. It can help shape the future and explain our pasts. Touching so many parts of our lives I feel it is important that children also develop a passion for it. If not(…)

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Project Mc² Adrienne Attoms’ Errupting Volcano Experiment

Project Mc² Adrienne Attoms’ Errupting Volcano Experiment

I remember my mother being really pleased when my science teacher told her how much I enjoyed the subject one parents evening. I think that this is because she felt proud that she had given me the gift of enjoying a subject that can be more associate with being for boys. Of course this isn’t(…)

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Science4You Sweet Factory

Science4You Sweet Factory

Awarded the Silver Medal in the Education Toy category at the Independent Toy Awards the Science4You Sweet Factory Toy is sure to be a hit with adults and children alike. It is educational to the point that even adults could possibly pick up a thing or two – whilst being fun (it makes sweets!) The(…)

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A Bug Hunt

A Bug Hunt

 I’m thinking about money saving and environmentally friendly things for families. This week I will share with you our “Bug Hunt,” a great way to get the kids outdoors and helping the kids to consider the environment they live in, and who (or what) they share it with. My very organised friend Kate printed off(…)

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Love L – lice, lego and ladybirds

Love L – lice, lego and ladybirds

So after seeing Choice chambers on Science Sparks (here) I was really keen to do them with my son – so decided that L could be for Lice. It actually turns out that if you Google lice (as I did to be sure of how many legs to give them) that it turns out lice(…)

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