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How do scuba divers sink?

How do scuba divers sink?

It’s not easy to dive deep underwater. How do divers get down deep? Learn how scuba divers manipulate density to move up and down in this hands on activity.
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How do scuba divers sink?

Why do leaves change colour in the fall?

Why do leaves change colour in the fall?

How do the green leaves of summer change to vibrant colours in fall? Explore plant pigments in this chromatography activity.
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Why do leaves change colour in the fall?

What is the best way to clean up an oil spill?

What is the best way to clean up an oil spill?

Learn about the properties of materials and the challenges of cleaning up an oil spill in this activity.
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What is the best way to clean up an oil spill?

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Why are peas and corn classed as starches on food guides?

Learn how test foods for starch.
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Why are peas and corn classed as starches on food guides?

How much of an iceberg is on top of water?

How much of an iceberg is on top of water?

In this hands on activity find out just how much of an iceberg is below the surface. It might surprise you!
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How much of an iceberg is on top of water?

What is in blood?

What is in blood?

Make a model of blood and learn about the function of each of the parts that makes up blood.
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What is in blood?

How can I take fingerprints?

How can I take fingerprints?

In this activity learn how to collect fingerprints, about the patterns in fingerprints and why fingerprinting is so useful!
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How can I take fingerprints?

How does detergent work?

How does detergent work?

Become a pro at washing dishes! Learn how the chemical structure of detergent makes it perfect for attracting grease and grime.
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How does detergent work?

How does rain become acidic?

How does rain become acidic?

Learn how to make a pH indicator and test water samples.
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How does rain become acidic?

What is immiscibility?

What is immiscibility?

Creating mixture of liquids can be very useful, but why do some liquids not mix well? Learn what causes liquids to be immiscible.
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What is immiscibility?

Is feeling always believing?

Is feeling always believing?

Get your hands cold for science and explore the topic of sensory adaptation.
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Is feeling always believing?

What are the effects of acid rain on rocks?

What are the effects of acid rain on rocks?

Learn about the chemical reaction that happens between acid rain and limestone.
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What are the effects of acid rain on rocks?

What are curds and whey?

What are curds and whey?

It starts with curds and whey! Explore the basic chemistry behind making cheese in this hands on activity.
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What are curds and whey?

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Why do we need two eyes to see?

Ever wondered why we have two eyes (and not one, three or more)? Find how your two eyes work together in this hands-on activity.
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Why do we need two eyes to see?

How fast does a heart pump blood?

How fast does a heart pump blood?

Get active in this activity and explore the impact of exercise on your heart rate. Ready, set, GO!
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How fast does a heart pump blood?