Are you ready to take on the science quest to find Simpson’s Tri-surgery cup taken by a group of famous scientists? This online workshop combines hands-on experiments, activities and puzzles to solve clues to locate the cup hidden deep within the museum. You don’t need prior knowledge of science to try your hand with the activities! The list of equipment you will need can be found below!
Suitable for Age 7+
For This Workshop You Will Need:
Measuring or pouring jug
Warm water (can use hot water tap)
Skittles (packet of)
Small plate (e.g. side plate, white)
Cooking oil (1/3 full in small clear glass or beaker).
Ruler (30cm length, should not be flexible)
Plasticine, Play doh or Blu-tack (enough to make 3 or 4 small objects)
Pencil or pen
Bicarbonate of Soda
Clear glass or plastic beaker (x3)
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