Tagging the Largest Shark on Earth – Our Blue Planet

The size of a school bus but in many ways a mystery, whale sharks continue to fascinate. Join a team of international scientists at a renowned marine sanctuary in Cabo Pulmo, Mexico and discover how we’re trying to better understand these remarkable creatures. Continue reading

Wrapper Worm – Sick Science! #175

You can have a ton of science fun with a straw. You can make it into a blow gun, using the properties of air, or it can double as a pipette when your lab has run out. But did you know you can perform some awesome hands-on science with the straw’s wrapper, too? It’s true. With the Wrapper Worm, we’ll reveal how to turn an ordinary straw wrapper into a growing worm!

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The Dripper

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Many children can identify that water exists in 3 states within our natural environment. Understanding that it is the very same water that undergoes changes of state presents far more of a challenge to children in grade 2. The following experiment is simple yet effective in helping children understand changes in state and a rudimentary understanding of the water cycle.

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Valentine’s Candy Science – Cool Science Experiment

alentine’s Day is a perfect time to give that loved one a selection of candy… and there’s nothing more romantic on Valentine’s Day than to give that special someone candy… and teach them how to use the candy to do some really cool science. Our science of candy expert, Steve Spangler, is here to turn candy into oohs & ahhhs. Continue reading

World’s First Poo Museum! – Earth Unplugged

Maddie and the team head down to the National Poo Museum to find out why poo is so important. From analysing scat to determine an animals health to using it to track elusive animals in the rain forest, you’ll be surprised how much can be learned! Continue reading