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water flowing out of stainless steel tubes onto a perspex dome and into a doughnut shaped basin. There are coloured toys in the basin.

Playing with water improves a child’s ability to plan, measure and predict events (such as whether something will float or sink).

0-6 Experiments and activities Exhibit
a blue, black and white cube structure that has vinyl blue and white information panels from top to bottom with spaces in between. There are also different sound exibits hanging from orange cord from the cube structure.

Sounds vibrating at different frequencies can be separated using short or long tubes.

8+ Experiments and activities Exhibit
A large black, orange and green rectangular structure, with a information panel on one side and plastic pipes and arrow along the surfaces.

Problem solving and open ended play uses processes similar to scientific enquiry.

8+ Exhibit
A close up of a wooden clothes peg with two pieces of copper wiring wrapped around each peg leg.

Sound is made by vibrations.

5+ Experiments and activitiesVideos
Two ropes intertwined between two sets of hands.

Topology (the mathematics of how things are connected) can be used to demonstrate whether things are truly linked.

8+ Experiments and activities Exhibit