Why do we throw salt and sand on the roads in winter? What's the fastest way for melting ice? How can something that's not warm still melt the ice?
Why do we throw salt and sand on the roads in winter? What's the fastest way for melting ice? Why do we need to de-frost the locks? How can something that's not warm still melt the ice? Come and find answers to all these questions, and many more!
Booking informationIn AHHAA
- Group size: 10-25 people
- Suitable for age 8+
- Minimum time for preparation: 15 minutes
- Minimum time for cleaning: 15 minutes
- Possibility for 2 simultaneous workshops? Yes (more information upon booking)
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Christmas Soap Laboratory
Why can't gingerbread smell and other Christmas scents last forever? In this workshop, we'll put the Christmas scents inside a soap. You can give it to your friend as a gift, or enjoy the lasting festive emotions yourself!
Learning nuts and bolts!
Snowstorm in a Jar
Find out what's inside a snowglobe and how does it work, then build yourself a small snowy wonder to get ready for Christmas. You'll also learn what the world's first snowglobe looked like and who created it (and why). And of course, we'll show you how snow globes and science go together!
DNA, the genetic code, is the "recipe" of all living organisms. Did you know plants and fruits also have DNA? As Christmas approaches, we'll take a look of the genetic side of a tangerine, extract its DNA and look at it with our own eyes!
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