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An activity to explore the strength of different designs of bridges. You'll need several drinking straws, masking tape, thread, scissors, four paper clips, a paper cup, lots of coins, all the same ...
A Marvin and Milo activity about static electricity. All you need is a party balloon and an energy saving light bulb.
A experiment to demonstrate how light exhibits wave-particle duality. All you need is three pieces of mechanical pencil lead, a laser pointer and a dark room.
Old but simple experiment about waves and light to demonstrate diffraction using pencil, tape and a candle or torch.
A Marvin and Milo activity about vibration. All you need is a cathode ray television and a rubber band.
A Marvin and Milo activity about light, refraction and lenses. All you need is sticky tape, water, teaspoon and some clear plastic.
A Marvin and Milo activity about total internal reflection. All you need is a clear plastic bottle, torch, water, sink and a dark room.
A Marvin and Milo activity about light and scattering. All you need is a large clear straight sided glass, water, milk, torch and darkened room.
A Marvin and Milo activity about specific heat capacity. All you need is two balloons, water, adult to supervise, tea light and matches.
An experiment from our Physics To Go series about pressure. All you need is a hair dryer and a small light balls (such as polystyrene balls available at most craft shops, or ping pong balls).