20 days of science fun

Before summer started I had this mad idea to post everyday, foolishly thinking that summer would be calmer than term time and somehow magically I’d have all this free time on my hands. It didn’t really work out how I thought, but I did post everyday for 4 weeks, so here is our Spectacular Summer of Science.

Week 1

Day 1 –  Baking Soda Ice Cubes

baking soda

Day 2 – Slipping and Sliding

Day 3 – Fun Heart Rate Investigation

Day 4 – Mini Beast Hunt

Day 5  – Pretty Flowers

Week 2

Day 1 – Splatter patterns

Day 2 – Monster Tea Party

Baking soda

Day 3 – Dirty Potatoes

Day 4 – Summer Density

Day 5 – Make your own slushies

Week 3

Day 1 – Density and a bit of science magic.

Day 2 – Red cabbage indicator

Day 3 – Surface tension

Day 4 – Water Science

Science density

Day 5 – Fun with Marshmallows

Week 4 

Day 1 – Colour Mixing Water Wall

Day 2 – Investigating Fingerprints

Day 3  -Mini Magnet Maze

magnet maze

Day 4 – Candy sorting

Day 5 – More science from around the blogopshere

 

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Author: Emma Vanstone

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  1. I have this crazy idea that I will be more organised after they are at school and will set up lots of science fun to do, so am off to pin this. Well done and thank you very much for the inspiration
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    • Great, thanks Jen. x

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