10.24.2010

Activity

  • Blue icebergs and water
    This activity from CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club provides instructions on how to explore the buoyancy of your own icebergs.
  • Red inflated balloon inside a margarine container floating on water.
    This activity from CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club provides instructions on how to make your own balloon powered boat and in the process learn about Newton's third law of motion.
  • Balloon surfing experiment.
    This activity from CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club provides instructions for balloon surfing, which will also teach you about force and pressure.
  • Illustration of a girl making her garden hose trumpet
    This activity from CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club provides instructions on how to make your own garden hose trumpet and will teach you about how wind instruments work.
  • Blowing up balloons in bottles. (l to r Mr Justin McGuire and Mr Graham Walker.)
    This activity from CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club provides instructions on how to make your own bottled balloons and learn about how air takes up space.
  • Egg ins and outs experiment.
    This activity from CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club provides instructions for the famous 'egg in a bottle' activity which will help you learn about air pressure.
  • Illustration of a pirate with a telescope
    This activity from CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club provides instructions on how you can harness the Sun's power by bending its rays to your will with a magnifying glass.
  • Drop of water melting off an icicle.
    Two hands-on activities that explore gravity and its effect on falling objects. From CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club.
  • Film canister and hand adding white powder to lid of film canister.
    In this activity from CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club you'll make your own film canister rocket and learn about the chemical reaction that makes it blast off.
  • Close-up of a mercury thermometer on an orange background.
    This activity from CSIRO's Double Helix Science Club provides instructions to make your own thermometer and in the process learn about how temperature causes expansion and contraction.
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