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Nail Varnish Prints Experiment

Nail Varnish Prints!

See what happens when you mix nail varnish and water to create a marbling art experiment.

 

You will need:

• Bowl of Water

• Nail Varnish

• Cocktail Stick 

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12 Days of STEM Christmas Activities

The countdown has begun! Christmas is coming and it's time to dig out the tree, put up decorations and prepare for when the big man comes down the chimney.  The festive season is one of the most imaginative times of year which is ideal for inspiring family crafts and activities. We have put together the ultimate round up of creative...read more


December Trunkaroo Theme: Winter Wonderland

It that magical time of the year again! The Trunkaroo December box is designed by educational experts to add some extra Christmas cheer to your holiday. Our Winter Wonderland subscription box is a treasure chest of festive crafts, science, games and creative activities. With lots of family time on the cards these engaging projects are fun for all...read more


Helicopter Drop Experiment

Helicopter Drop!

Make these paper helicopters and discover how they spin. Just download and print out the template below and follow the step by step instructions in our video and get experimenting.  Remember to send us your awesome videos!   

Science behind the experiment:

The helicopter blades make the paper spin when dropped from a height. Gravity pulls the...read more


Dancing Ghosts Experiment

Static Ghost Experiment

Follow these instructions to create Static Dancing Ghosts this Halloween!! A super fun and easy activity for everyone to take part in! Watch the video instructions below or download the printable instructions! 

Don't forget to watch all of our other video tutorials on our blog and also on Youtube here

 

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Simple Slime Experiment

Make this gooey, sticky slime that behaves very strangely under pressure! All you'll need it water, corn starch and food colouring.  See video instructions below or download a a step-by-step printable sheet for instructions.  

Science behind the experiment: 

Your cornflour slime behaves like a liquid and a solid at the same time. The more pressure you apply...read more