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Don't be faced with food waste
Waste not, want not. See how to plan some healthy evening meals, without letting your ingredients go off.
Pair up to prosper in this climate change challenge as we explore the effects on planet Earth.
Dye another day
It’s time to roll the dyes as we experiment with some tie-riffic natural colours and fabrics.
1 hr 30
Find out how different drinks affect your teeth using this eggcellent eggsperiment.
Remain cool and calm as you practise making a call to the emergency services.
Discover how much electricity you really use every day. How could you reduce the amount?
UK Power Networks
Escape route planning
Plan the best way to exit your house in case of a fire.
Everyone’s a critic
Lay out your collections and take a tour. Leave comments to praise and improve each other's work.
Use this guide to plan and run your own experiment, as we scrutinise the science in some of your favourite activities.
Fabulous fancy frames
What makes you happy? Craft a frame for a photograph that makes you smile then make a gallery for everyone to admire.
Fairly baked bananas
Find out about fairly traded products, then put your knowledge to use by making some tasty chocolate bananas.
Reporters and sports spokespeople assemble, it’s time for a press conference.
Fantastic elastic flying machines
Stretch yourself and spring into action as we build and fly rubber band-powered model aircraft.
The Royal Air Force (RAF)
Add some magic to a popular gift with this colour-changing experiment.
Feel good chatterboxes
Fold a paper chatterbox that helps people to feel better.
Feel the view
Create a tactile landscape, to experience art in a new way that’s also more accessible.
Become hunter-gatherers as you track down the tasty treats in this food-themed word-search.
Find the words
Learn about keeping safe in your local community with a letter treasure hunt you can do without going outside.
UK Power Networks
Build your confidence and show the world your skills by performing at the indoor campfire talent show.
Five ways to wellbeing chatterbox
Do you know the five ways to wellbeing? Explore how they relate to your life with a chatterbox.
Add a tasty twist to a classic experiment. A fruit skin volcano then a smoothie – what’s not to love?
Fly your flag for the planet
Flag up issues and share your promise to help improve the natural environment in your local area.
Pitch a tent to set the scene, then cast some silhouettes together.
The right foods add up to a healthy diet. Solve the food sudoku puzzles and see who knows their onions (and lettuce)!