PREVIEW: Life Goes ONline

Posted on April 13th 2020 by Whats on Northeast

Follow @ScienceAtLife on FacebookTwitter or Instagram for science experiments and other fun activities you can enjoy at home. Videos will also be shared on their YouTube channel.

Like you, our team has limited resources in their homes to pull this off, but we’re getting creative and rising to the challenge – will you?

Pace egg dyeing

Celebrate Easter with a local tradition andan eggs-elent science twist!

Work out the speeed of light – using chocolate!

Try out this tasty experiment to calculate the speed of the fastest thing in the universe whilst enjoying yourself in your kitchen.
Craft your own springtime wobbler using art supplies at home – sure to put a spring in your step!
We’ve been inspired by everyone’s efforts in making beautiful rainbow to display in their windows and brighten up the day of our amazing key workers. We wanted to make our own, but with science!
Design a boat out of tin foil to hold as much cargo as possible.
Produced in partnership with North East Autism Society for #AutismAcceptanceWeek
Discover what colours hide in your favourite felt-tips with this easy-to-do experiment at home!
Make wine glasses sing in harmony using just your fingers.
Check out our four fun ways to make your own slime at home, using things found in your kitchen!

 

Post videos of your family taking part in #LifeGoesONline and we’ll share the best on our social media.


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