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Eureka! Highly commended 2009

Eureka! National Children's Museum. Highly commended NSEW 2009 Event Awards.

Your forest, have your say! Event Award Winner 2011

Your forest, have your say! Dean Heritage Centre, NSEW Event Award winner 2011.

Dayglo. Event Award winner 2012

Dayglo, Y-touring Theatre Company, Event Award winner 2012.

Just add water, Event Award runner-up 2012

Just add water, National Trust Cragside, Event Award runner-up 2012.

Infinity and Beyond, Event Award Winner 2012

Infinity and beyond, Studfall Junior School, Primary School Event Award Winner 2012.

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Cracking chemistry

This activity pack includes science investigations you can do to familiarise yourself with chemistry.  These activities are an ideal way for schools, science clubs and even families to take part in chemistry hands-on activities and have fun. Activities include: make a rainbow fish, honeycomb toffee and bubble tennis!

Ready, Bread-y, Go!  

For this project, we have asked the experts from the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) to help us choose the best activities from our packs.

Cracking chemistry