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The Science Booth is a Science Edu-tainment provider serving Cumbria and South West Scotland. We provide interactive Science Demonstration Shows with plenty of whizz, pop and bang! Along with hands-on workshops for your little scientists. Perfect edu-tainment for schools, youth groups, parties and more! And now offering virtual experiences, worksheets and interactive Facebook Groups for your educational needs!

The Science Booth is a Science Edu-tainment provider serving Cumbria and South West Scotland. We provide interactive Science Demonstration Shows with plenty of whizz, pop and bang! Along with hands-on workshops for your little scientists. Perfect edu-tainment for schools, youth groups, parties and more! And now offering virtual experiences, worksheets and interactive Facebook Groups for your educational needs!
Science Week: Flying High!
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Science Week: Flying High!

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3 exciting hands-on science activities based around flying! How to make straw planes Eco-Activity: butterfly feeder Make your own Vitamin C rocket This flighty resource is perfect for children who love floating, flying and gliding, and teachers/tutors/parents who want to make science of sport more exciting! Each step by step worksheet includes: Equipment list Safety Method What’s going on? How to take it further. Equipment list for the 3 activities. Also included 2 PowerPoint Presentations and a video with step by step photographs to use and adapt in the classroom Great fun…but who’s rocket will shoot the highest?
Science Week: Jungle Journey!
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Science Week: Jungle Journey!

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3 exciting hands-on science activities based around jungles! How to make a jungle in a bottle Eco-Activity: eco-friendly snacks How to make a cloud in a jar This jungle resource is perfect for children who love exploring habitats, and teachers/tutors/parents who want to make jungle science more exciting! Each step by step worksheet includes: Equipment list Safety Method What’s going on? How to take it further. Equipment list for the 3 activities. Also included PowerPoint Presentations with step by step photographs to use and adapt in the classroom Great fun…but who can create the best cloud?
Science Week: Stinky Poo!
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Science Week: Stinky Poo!

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3 exciting hands-on science activities based around poo! How to make edible poo Eco-Activity: Pop bottle planter Disgusting digestion demonstration This disgusting resource is perfect for children who love poo and teachers/tutors/parents who want to make digestion more exciting! Each step by step worksheet includes: Equipment list Safety Method What’s going on? How to take it further. Also included PowerPoint Presentations with step by step photographs to use and adapt in the classroom Great fun…but are you brave enough to eat it?!
Science Week: Sports Star!
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Science Week: Sports Star!

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3 exciting hands-on science activities based around sport! How to make a Bernoulli Bottle Eco-Activity: Mouse House Make your own protective orange goo This sporty resource is perfect for children who love sport and science and teachers/tutors/parents who want to make science of sport more exciting! Each step by step worksheet includes: Equipment list Safety Method What’s going on? How to take it further. Equipment list for the 3 activities. Also included PowerPoint Presentations with step by step photographs to use and adapt in the classroom Great fun…but can you master the Bernoulli Bottle?!
Science Week: Microscopic Mayhem!
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Science Week: Microscopic Mayhem!

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3 exciting hands-on science activities based around microorganisms! How to bacteria stress balls Eco-activity: Make your own soap How to find invisible microorganisms This mind-blowing resource is perfect for children who are curious about the world we cannot see and teachers/tutors/parents who want to make microorganisms more exciting! Each step by step worksheet includes: Equipment list Safety Method What’s going on? How to take it further. Also included PowerPoint Presentations with step by step photographs to use and adapt in the classroom Great fun…but who is hiding the most bacteria on their hands?
10 Egg Themed Experiments For Under A Fiver
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10 Egg Themed Experiments For Under A Fiver

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“10 Egg themed experiments for under a fiver” I mean, it does what it says on the tin. 10 easy-to-do experiments, with nothing more complicated needed, than items you probably already have at school or can easily get from your supermarket Not only will your class be totally entertained, but it’s worthwhile and educational too. So not only will the kids be happy you’ll earn extra teacher points for being so cool. That’s a win-win. We’ve got your back!
Minibeast Identification Key
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Minibeast Identification Key

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This A4 colourful chart is designed to enable children (from age 5 upwards) and beginners to identify the invertebrates commonly found in a garden or outdoor space. The simple flow chart on this guide shows representatives of the main groups found in a garden or outdoor space. These include animals with no legs, such as snails, slugs, earthworms, roundworms, insect and larvae. Plus the animals with jointed legs, such as crustaceans, insects, spiders and mites. The most simple ID key I’ve ever come across!
5 Super Summer Science Experiments
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5 Super Summer Science Experiments

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5 Super Summer Science Experiments! Do you want to make: Scientific Ice Cream Bubble Worms Mini Marshmallow Cannons A Lava Lamp A Milk Pattern Show Then look no further…this awesome FREEBIE from The Science Booth is just what you need. 5 PDF’s including: Safety Equipment List Step-By-Step Instructions Simple explanations Ideas to take it further This bordem buster is brilliant for your science lessons or starting off the term on a high. You’ve nothing to lose…your pupils are going to love it!