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Wordless Wednesday – Transit of Venus Live!

June 6, 2012 Earth and Beyond
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In my first science live blogging/tweeting/instagramming event I’m attempting to cover today’s transit of Venus. As I get photos I will be adding them here, plus you can follow my tweets. For a slightly more exciting version, I’ve also embedded a video from a live feed from the Exploratorium, but you need Flash to see […]

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60 Second Science

November 14, 2011 Energy and Change
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Logo belongs to 60 Second Science, definitely not to me. The Victorian Education Department sponsors a fabulous competition called 60 Second Science. It’s very simple and open – make a video of 60 seconds or less and explain some science. That’s it. Forgetting the competitive aspects, this is a great idea for any teacher or […]

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Ramping it up

July 8, 2011 Activities

We have a lovely straight expanse of tiles, so we set up a small ramp using a folder and rolled things down it. We’d been playing skittles, so it was a logical extension. There are so many things we can play with in just this simple activity, it wandered all over the place. First we […]

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Wordless Wednesday – Experimenting

March 24, 2010 Toddlers
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