Simple hands-on science activities to build children's confidence and encourage their natural curiosity to find out how everyday things work.
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In this activity children will learn about pushes and pulls and ways of moving objects.
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In this activity children work out how Tasers work in the context of Wonder Woman learning how to use it.
In this activity children debate whether living for 1000 years is such a good thing and consider the implications for the planet.
In this activity children will learn what happens when electrical circuits are broken.
In this activity children will think about what they would need to survive in the jungle and consider the implications of having no electricity.
In this activity children learn how forces cause movement and to understand the way that liquids behave enables us to use them in hydraulic systems.