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See Andromeda (CosWatch Blog 6)10/07/2020

Welcome to the sixth of Fun Science‘s CosWatch blog posts, which you can read through with your young scientist and learn how to see Andromeda, our galactic next-door neighbour. What is CosWatch? There’s so much to see in the night sky! You may have seen Brian Cox on TV describing the “wonders of the universe”, […]

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See Uranus (CosWatch Blog 5)01/07/2020

Welcome to the second of Fun Science‘s CosWatch blog posts, which you can read through with your young scientist and learn how to see Uranus. What is CosWatch? There’s so much to see in the night sky! You may have seen Brian Cox on TV describing the “wonders of the universe”, or Carl Sagan talking […]

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Forensic Fun: Fantastic Fingerprints!29/06/2020

BREAKING NEWS: There has been a crime at the Fun Science HQ. Chemical Cress has discovered that all of her delicious digestive cookies  for the Big Experiment have been eaten! Clearly, some forensic investigation (detective talk for “collecting clues”) is required. This is the perfect time to whip out our Fantastic Fingerprints experiment. You will […]

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Moon Phases (CosWatch Blog 4)23/06/2020

Welcome to the second of Fun Science‘s CosWatch blog posts, which you can read through with your young scientist and learn the phases of the Moon. What is CosWatch? There’s so much to see in the night sky! You may have seen Brian Cox on TV describing the “wonders of the universe”, or Carl Sagan […]

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TOP SCIENTISTS trading card game23/06/2020

TOP SCIENTISTS  Starter Pack! We’ve just released the starter park for our new collectible trading card game. This game plays just like Top Trumps – young scientists can compare the stats of scientists in fields such as astronomy, geology, biology and space exploration!   How do I play the game? Every starter or booster pack […]

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See Orion’s Belt (CosWatch Blog 3)17/06/2020

Welcome to the third of Fun Science‘s CosWatch blog posts, which you can read through with your young scientist and learn how to see Orion’s Belt. What is CosWatch? There’s so much to see in the night sky! You may have seen Brian Cox on TV describing the “wonders of the universe”, or Carl Sagan […]

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Five simple science experiments to do at home09/06/2020

Lockdown can be frustrating, boring and repetitive, especially if you’re a scientist. Here’s some of our favourite simple science experiments to do at home! 1. The Tremendous Tea rocket Time: 10 minutes Grown-ups like to say that they enjoy tea because it “tastes nice” or “wakes them up”. I’m now able to exclusively reveal that […]

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See Jupiter (CosWatch Blog 2)08/06/2020

Welcome to the second of Fun Science‘s CosWatch blog posts, which you can read through with your young scientist and learn how to see Jupiter. What is CosWatch? There’s so much to see in the night sky! You may have seen Brian Cox on TV describing the “wonders of the universe”, or Carl Sagan talking […]

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See the ISS (CosWatch Blog 1)03/06/2020

Welcome to the first of one of many Fun Science‘s CosWatch blog posts, which you can read through with your young scientist. What is CosWatch? There’s so much to see in the night sky! You may have seen Brian Cox on TV describing the “wonders of the universe”, or Carl Sagan talking about the “awesome […]

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Fun Science Big Experiment01/06/2020

Have you ever carried out the biscuit dunking experiment? This experiment is perfect for introducing children to the scientific method – plus it’s great fun too! Here at Fun Science we want to find out once and for all which the best biscuit is for dunking into a nice cool glass of milk, and we […]

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