E loves to play with his hot wheels colour shifters. A pretty creative innovation, I must say.
|Put the car into cold water and it turns to red.|
|Put it into warm water and it turns back to silver. |
|There was a long queue waiting to take pictures with the Transformers thus we didn't bother taking pictures. My boys asked me why they wouldn't transform. They had seen youtube videos where people wearing Transformers costumes could transform into vehicles.|
|The boys busied themselves in the library while waiting for their daddy to complete his talk.|
|The turbidity is 40 JTU.|
|Finding out the pH level of the water. Put some river water into test tube and tighten the cap. Then shake it.|
|Then put in a paper test strip, watch the colour change on the paper and compare it to a chart.|
|Learning about stream ecology and the creatures and plants that live in it. We also saw a water strider.|
|Looking a a bird in a nest. This was a powerful scope and we could see the bird clearly.|
|Pasting the eyes and hair|
|S drew a zigzag mouth for the stone man|
|Our children played with the kids there.|
|Left: Colouring by S. Right: Colouring by E.|
Top right: The ball falls into the "tornado-like" water and comes out at the bottom.
Top: The balls can balance on each of these jets of water.
Left and right: Put the ball into this hole and it will shoot off and fall into a large container of water.