Science Club in a box
Science Club in a Box is a term-long loan that enables you to run a weekly science club. Each kit includes five activities with all the instructions and equipment required.
There are two separate Science Clubs in a Box, so if your students are clamouring for more, then you can always run another one!
Series 1 includes the following activities:
- Egg Tower Challenge
Explore structures and investigate how to make the tallest and strongest tower to support an egg for 30 seconds.
- Popcorn Science
Why does popcorn pop? What makes the perfect popping corn?
Predict, experiment and test one of our nation’s favourite snacks.
Vitamin C Rockets, Straw Rockets and Balloon Rockets.
Three…two…one…blastoff! Design, construct and decorate three different types of mini-rockets to launch indoors.
- Make Your Own Toothpaste
Investigate toothpaste by learning about its ingredients, testing the effectiveness of different kinds of toothpaste and thinking about how to keep your teeth clean and healthy.
- Hoop Flyers
Most paper airplanes are flat, but these hoops can fly surprisingly far!
Series 2 includes the following activities:
- All About You Part 1 – Genes and Senses
Explore and test your senses through a series of challenges and discover which genetic traits you have!
- All About You Part 2 – Science of Exercise
Why do our bodies react the way they do to exercise? Test your lung strength and measure how much air your lungs can hold!
- Crime Scene Science
A mystery white powder has been discovered on a crime scene- it is up to you to become a forensic scientist and discover what it is through a series of chemical tests!
- Space Base
A mission has been launched to live on a foreign planet, but first a specialist team of material testers will have to discover what the best building materials are.
- Circuit Detectives
A series of faulty circuits have been found, it is up to you to discover how to fix them!
CLASS KIT LOAN
£50 + VAT for 6 weeks (members)
£100 + VAT for 6 weeks (non members)
Please note: All kit must be collected and returned by the school to Science Oxford’s offices in central Oxford.
Contact our schools team for all enquiries on [email protected]
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