Wouldn’t it be cool to have your very own Eiffel Tower? We know you don’t have room to build a life-size version, we’re going to show you a way to draw your mini model of the Eiffel Tower using only a marker and a sheet of paper!
Our favorite science experiments are the ones that involve a touch of creativity and a sprinkle of magic. Create some hot ice sculptures using vinegar and baking soda. Work building different shapes and try different colours!
Discover all about woodwind instruments! Some of them use a thin piece of wood called a reed in the mouthpiece to produce the sound. Let’s have a go at making a carrot clarinet from some household items!
There is only a limited amount of water on the planet which moves around in something called a water cycle. We’re going to show you a cool experiment that demonstrates this perfectly by creating your very own water cycle bag!
A spectrometer is a device that studies the composition of light. Yes, light is not actually white – it consists of many different colours! Create your own spectrometer using a CD and a cereal box. Easy, peasy!
We dare you to build the most awesome and powerful projectile launcher ever constructed! You can play this game with a group of friends or with your family as a challenge to see who launches the projectiles furthest! Go for it!
Thinking outside the box means to think differently, from a new perspective. This way of thinking helps children to be more creative and look at things and ideas from different angles. This time, you will have to think of what else you could do with a mirror.