|9th February 2021|
|Online Event Edinburgh|
|Event organiser/part of Surgeons Hall Museums|
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Are you ready to take on the quest to rescue ‘Simpson’ our surgical teddy held captive in the museum? This online workshop combines hands-on experiments, activities and puzzles to escape rooms and navigate your way through the maze of museum rooms to help rescue Simpson. You don’t need prior knowledge of science to try your hand with the activities and a list of equipment will be provided.
Suitable for age 7+
For This Workshop You Will Need:
Milk (whole milk works best) to fill bottom of a shallow dish (e.g. dinner plate)
Different Food colourings
Syringe or dropper
Washing up liquid
Felt tip pens (different colours, not sharpies)
A sheet of Blank Paper
Packet of dry spaghetti
Coffee filter paper or kitchen
Glass beaker, ¼ full cold water
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