Toothpaste Science – Saturday Science Club Extra

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Saturday, 4th February 2017
10AM - 11.30AM
12.30 - 2PM
Suitable for ages 9-13
£8 per child + booking fee
Accompanying adults free
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Have you ever wondered what ingredients the manufacturers use to create toothpaste? Why is mint the most commonly used flavour? Your young scientists will investigate what makes a successful toothpaste by creating and testing their own versions – there’ll be gleaming teeth at the end of this hour-long workshop – before making a giant ‘toothpaste’ that wouldn’t look out of place in the BFG’s bathroom!


The Discovery Zone
The Basement, Oxford Centre For Innovation, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1BY

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