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Storm in a (Tea) Cup

Imagine your entire town or area could fit into the bottom of a cup or jar, with the clouds and rain far above. Let's make a mini rainscape in a cup! Watch rain patterns forming and falling through the sky! You…

Water Tornado Experiment

Attention, Scientists! This water tornado experiment involves a lot of water, which can be easily spilt.  So make sure you do this experiment either outside, or over the kitchen sink, or over a tray/bucket to avoid making a watery mess…

Water Rainbow Experiment

Hello there fun scientists!  In this blog post we will be conducting a very similar experiment to the running water experiment.  The water rainbow experiment is very similar but with a fun twist that we will discover soon. You will need:…

Scientific Magic Tricks

Three Magic Tricks Made Possible Through Science Magic involves putting on mind-boggling performances and creating illusions. Much of it can be achieved through the help of science. It’s a great way in which to teach your child ordinary science lessons.…

Different Parts of the Brain

Hello there Fun Scientists!  In this blog post we are going to be looking at different parts of the brain.  We are looking 5 different lobes that are located on the human brain.  We are going to learn where they…

Run Your Own Fun Science Branch

A Fun Science franchise is perfect if you want to run your own business without the risks and hassle of starting up alone. Interested? Then click the link for more information!

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