Thanks to the Science4you Chemistry kit, we have learnt how to inflate a balloon without blowing it. This is one of the experiments listed in the booklet. Click here to check out our review. I have altered a few bits of materials you need.
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My son is generally very inquisitive and has always shown an interest in knowing how a lot of his toys work. He once played a Buzz Wire game at a funfair and was fascinated by that.
So last week we challenged ourselves to make one. We went to Maplin to get some items to build our homemade buzz wire game. We bought the mini buzzer, mini LED light bulbs, insulated wire, bare wire and battery holder.
Also, while doing my usual Tesco online supermarket shop, I ordered a range of Energizer batteries. They had a deal on to buy two packs of 4 AA batteries for £5. I do love online shopping as I find it easier to stick to the list and not get distracted by carefully placed sales/promotional items in store. Navigating the website is fairly easily and I can do a shop within 20 minutes and get the delivery slot for a convenient time to suit.
We are creating colourful sugar crystals. The materials are sugar, water, food colouring and a plate. First, we stirred the sugar into the water until it dissolved. I used lukewarm water to dissolve the sugar more easily. Still Mr K and Ms C took a long time to stir it. We added a few drops of food colouring. Mr K chose blue food colouring and Ms C choose pink.