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Fireworks in a Jar

3 easy steps you’ve got to try!

Fireworks in a Jar is one of our favourite demonstrations and is so easy to do.

The colours explode into the water and create a tumbling rainbow which is mesmerising to watch, the colourful columns change shape as they gracefully fall, and new colours are formed as the original ones mix together.

This activity is not just pretty to look at, it creates an opportunity for talking and teaching about some of the science behind the colourful display.

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Sam

“it was insane!”

 

Young Scientist of the Month is our way of celebrating the amazing science-enthusiastic youngsters we meet regularly through our outreach work. This month we meet Sam, a regular at our Saturday Science Club in Tiverton, East Devon.

Sam’s enthusiasm to learn is amazing, he clearly enjoys the hands-on approach at Saturday Science Club. Sam is a confident youngster, and is very knowledgable about science in general so at one of our workshops I gave him a challenge! Which he took on without hesitation. I asked if he wouldn’t mind helping me demonstrate something to the group of children. Sam was brilliant at this, so much so that I wasn’t needed at all and became part of the audience for a change! I caught up with Sam after the workshop.

lets meet Sam……

 

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