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A pendulum in the shape of a hammer is swinging. Behind the hammer is the picture of a skull.

Pendulums are used to keep time in certain clocks, based on their properties of length and patterns of swing.

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An inflated green balloon next to a Coke can.

See how opposite charges attract by rolling an aluminium can across a table using the balloon, but without touching the can!

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A black and green display base that has a red, car differential with a see-through window to show the gears.

Simple machines work together to steer a car.

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Brightly coloured soft play matts and toys for babies.

A special space for babies and their carers.

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A young girl squatting next to a set of scales made from coat hangers, clothes pegs, and plastic snap-lock bags.

Activities like this help children learn about weight and understand terms like lighter than and heavier than.

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