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Sydney Science Trail 2021 – Kitchen Chemistry Chaos
It’s National Science Week, and that means “Let’s Get Experimenting”! Join our We’ll be celebrating the National Science Week theme of Food: Different by Design with the best science that can happen in (and out) of the kitchen!
This free workshop will use ingredients commonly found in your kitchen – we’ll send you a materials list prior so that you and your students can experiment alongside Children’s Discovery. Everything needed should be readily available in your home and your local supermarket.
Please note this is a live event and will not be recorded.
Proudly presented by Children’s Discovery and Sydney Science Trail: Education. Sydney Science Trail is delivered as a collaborative partnership between the Australian Museum and The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust in celebration of National Science Week 2021.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust
Requirements for this excursion
This event will be delivered through Zoom.
You will need high-speed internet access, a camera and microphone for interactive components and a screen and speaker for your students to be able to hear and see the presentation.
Teachers will be sent a list of materials prior to the day to allow their students to participate in the experiments alongside our presenters.
For more information about this excursion content
Name: Education Team
Email: [email protected]
This is a free event, but please let us know as soon as possible if your class will be unable to join so that we can open bookings for other classes. Thanks!
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Sydney Science Trail is delivered as a collaborative partnership between the Australian Museum and The Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney in celebration of National Science Week 2021.
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