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An activity to explore the behaviour of liquids and how they can be used as evidence.
A simple activity to explore how sound is made. All you need is a friend and a piece of string.
An activity about air pressure to explore what makes a good sail. You'll need some foil, styrofoam, paper, straws, a long pipe, tape, scissors, a stopwatch and water.
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 ...
Old but simple experiment about waves and light to demonstrate diffraction using pencil, tape and a candle or torch.
A experiment to try out at home to see how your ears hear. All you need is a plastic bottle or cup, rubber band, balloon, dry ground coffee, scissors and a phone or speakers.
A Marvin and Milo activity about sound waves. All you need is a tea cup or mug and a teaspoon.
A Marvin and Milo activity about sound and longitudinal waves. All you need is an empty plastic bottle, a balloon, a pair scissors, sticky tape and a target.