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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Making different shaped bubbles!

Can bubbles be different shapes? As part of the Education Begins at Home project by the Welsh Government, Zoë was filmed showing some of our favourite science demos that you can do at home! In this video, Zoë explores the

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Can you suck up water into a glass?

How can you suck water into a glass without touching the water? As part of the Education Begins at Home project by the Welsh Government, Zoë was filmed showing some of our favourite science demos that you can do at

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How to make a balloon kebab!

Can you put a kebab skewer through a balloon without popping it? As part of the Education Begins at Home project by the Welsh Government, Zoë was filmed showing some of our favourite science demos that you can do at

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Make your own rockets!

Make your own rocket at home! Warning: this may get messy! As part of the Education Begins at Home project by the Welsh Government, Zoë was filmed showing some of our favourite science demos that you can do at home!

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How can we amplify sound?

Amplification in when you make a sound louder. There are lots of ways to amplify sound. In this video, James explores amplification using a music box.   Sign up for our newsletter Sign up to our newsletter for all the

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Using heat to do work for us

We can use heat to power lots of different engines and do work for us. In this video, Ruth shows you how you can use heat to power a turbine. Sign up for our newsletter Sign up to our newsletter

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The Floating Sausage!

Do you want to see the floating sausage? In this video James shows you how to see a floating sausage where the pictures from your two eyes overlap.   Sign up for our newsletter Sign up to our newsletter for

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How does a whip crack?

Have you ever heard a whip crack when it’s used? That sound is because of a supersonic boom! David explains how this happens in this video. Sign up for our newsletter Sign up to our newsletter for all the news

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Musical Straws

You can make instruments out of lots of household objects. How about a straw? Wendy shows you how to make a reed instrument out of a drinking straw in this video.   Sign up for our newsletter Sign up to

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How do pop singers alter their voice?

Have you ever wondered how pop singers can change their voices in recordings of their songs? Becky shows you how it’s done in this video! Sign up for our newsletter Sign up to our newsletter for all the news on

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