In this episode, junior scientists conduct experiments with water, citric acid, sodium bicarbonate, sodium chloride and tartaric acid to observe physical and chemical changes, as well as measure pH acidity levels.
Join a bunch of junior palaeontologists as they learn about dinosaur fossils and create their own plaster casts.
Discover the forces that make fidget spinners work, and slow them down, when you get to know gravity and friction.
Student scientists use their coding and problem solving skills to program their Sphero robots to draw squares and navigate a maze.
In this workshop Chris performs a number of magic tricks and then gets our young scientists to see if they can use a series of fun scientific experiments to explain the tricks.
It's all about teamwork in this science workshop as the groups use battery operated motors to construct anything of their choosing, including a fire-breathing dragon.
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