From taking your packed lunch to school and carrying wet swimming stuff home, to the optical fibres that bring us the internet and the fleeces that keep us warm, plastics are a necessary part of our everyday lives. You and your young scientists will explore how some very clever chemistry makes sludgey slime and pencil case rubbers work. Make polymers from milk and a bouncing ball to bounce all the way back home.
All children must be accompanied
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