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Fun and hands-on science experiments and activities to celebrate Halloween
Double, double, toil and trouble? 'No' to trouble, 'yes' to bubbles! Here's a taste of what we are up between 21st and 25th October
***Don your lab coat and let's turn Witches and Wizards*** together we'll explore what makes lotions and potions so smoky and bubbly
*** Halloween creepy balloon races and rocket launches - are you brave enough?
*** Make your scary banknotes and learn how to budget for a horrifying (but sensible) trick or treat expedition
***Learn all about 'the Gothic style' - the dark (and gorgeous) side of Medieval architecture
*** PLUS ***
- Create your own crafts and props to take home
- Enjoy activities to encourage socialization
- Use of indoors educational toys such as Jenga Towers,
Marble Run, Lego, Four in a Row, Geo Boards, Bead Jewellery Making and many more
- Outdoors activities such as bow and arrow, stomp and finger rockets, ping pong and whatever else takes our fancy!!
- Suitable for children in Year 1 to Year 6
- Adult/children ratio: 1:10
Coming up next year:
- February Half Term Science Camp
Grasmere Primary School
92 Albion Rd,
Stoke Newington N16 9PD
Plenty of buggy parking
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Catarina is Portuguese, has a degree in Environmental Health and worked in that area for some time. She loved to work with children and did some environmental education activities with some organisations in the past. After moving to London, she worked for a science toy company as an activity manager and a few years later she decided it was time to create her own project based on her own vision: Kids With Brains! She now provides daily after-school clubs in schools, as well as workshops and camps during the holiday. She also runs science parties on the weekends.
Cecilia is a former Thomson Reuters financial journalist. She runs the educational site OoberKidsRepublic (www.ooberkidsrepublic.com) and ‘Money Factor – A Kid’s Guide to Money and Finance’ in different London schools, in after-school clubs and home-educating communities. She sees Money Factor as Horrible Histories for finance: it’s fun but it is also real and accurate. In the summer and half terms, she also runs ‘Viaggio in Italia’, a journey in Italian history, culture and language.