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Have fun with this interactive online program and learn how to be a good scientist! The Little Bang Discovery Club Online is a four week collaborative science program where the child initiates and leads the discovery. This program is aimed at children aged 3 – 5 years old.
Session One: Sorting and Classifying
Session Two: Measuring
Session Three: Experimenting
Session Four: Science Fair

Here is a list of items that you will need to collect to participate fully in the program, a lot of these items you will already have at home:
Session One and Two: Sorting/Classifying and Measuring
• A selection of socks
• A collection of children’s toys for sorting
• Discovery Box Items:
o A box
o A pencil
o A notepad or paper
o A ruler
o A tape measure
o Four metres of string
o A couple of big rubber bands
o A couple of plastic cups
o A chopstick or a big spoon
o A lunch box or take-away container
o A couple of magnets
o A coat hanger (metal)
o A timer (e.g. on your phone or a clock with a second hand)

Session Three and Four: Experimenting and Science Fair
• Blue Tac or plasticine
• A couple of eggs or grapes
• A couple of balloons
• A glass
• A couple of cups (from the kitchen)
• A bowl
• A spoon
• ¼ cup of salt
• A picture from a magazine or newspaper

The Little Bang Discovery Club Online was created by the Children’s Discovery.

Little Bang Discovery Club Online - Session Three - Experimenting

It's time to start experimenting! Join Wendy from the Children's Discovery Organisation as she explains what makes a fair test and demonstrates some simple and fun experiments that you can do at home.

Posted by Blue Mountains Library on Sunday, 14 June 2020
Little Bang Discovery Club Online - Session Four - Science Fair

Wendy and Adam from the Children's Discovery Organisation share the science behind some of the experiments that you have already done, as well as show you some fabulous new ones. This is the last Little Bang Discovery Club Online session. If you've been inspired, why not check our catalogue for more junior non-fiction science books - we have a great selection to choose from!

Posted by Blue Mountains Library on Sunday, 14 June 2020