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We have a cool science demonstration – “ELEPHANT’S TOOTHPASTE”. This is not safe to try at home but super fun to watch. An exothermic reaction is a reaction that results in heat given off to the environment. The famous Elephant’s Toothpaste is an example of such a reaction as it gets quite hot indeed! Each […]


Exploring OHM’S LAW – These practical experiments are aimed at Grade 10 – 12 learners. These videos are slow-paced for easy understanding. Georg Simon Ohm defined the relationship between resistance, voltage and current as a law published in 1827. We all famously know this law as Ohm’s Law. Ohm’s Law is one of the fundamental […]

DIY: Bottled Jellyfish

A fun under the sea themed hands-on activity where we make a floating jellyfish while discovering the dangers of pollution and why it is important to keep the oceans clean. The bottled jellyfish is very easy to create but it also teaches us an important lesson. Why do you think we’ve used plastic to create […]

DIY: Bouncy Egg

You will need: • A raw egg • Vinegar • any container • food colouring (optional) What to do: Place the raw egg in a jar or any container. Pour vinegar into the container, making sure to completely submerge the egg. If you’d like, add in a few drops of food colouring to the vinegar […]