Sci-Pop. Think Physics visits North Shields
Think Physics had a great day at the Beacon Centre in North Shields for our very first pop-up shop, Sci-Pop.
Over 200 people attended our family science activities, and had a great time learning about sound by making ‘noisy lollies’, wind by making Think Physics windmills, and electricity by making their own light up circuit cards. We were also talking about body heat and taking infrared selfies, talking about engineering on our marble-bounce activity and getting up close with biology with our giant 3D bug pictures.
See what we got up to:
Explore your Universe Family Show
70 children and their grown-ups attended our Explore your Universe Family Show – a science spectacular from atoms to astrophysics. We learnt about the eclipse, plasma, how light travels, static electricity and how to make your hair stand on end. We even took a look at some meteorites which are 4.6 billion years old!
“I maybe would have liked science if it had been like this at school” Parent
Think Physics will be delivering Explore your Universe shows around the North East, so if you would like to request a show please email email@example.com.
Design a Planet Competition Winners
We ran a drawing competition during the day, and asked entrants to design a planet that would be suitable for life. We had some amazing entries, which made it very difficult to narrow down our favourites. The winning entries are from Dylan, Madeline and Arenus. Each of you will receive a gyroscope.
Thanks to everyone who came along to Sci-pop. We hope you enjoyed it.
Thanks especially to the Beacon Centre for hosting us, and in helping create such a successful event.
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