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Snow Globes & Science

In honour of the snow on the ground here in the northern hemisphere, our first workshop coming back is looking at the fluid and flows of a snow globe. We’re going to build a simple one from scratch and explore how you can make the snow fall faster or slower with the power of fluid dynamics (and just a smidge of math). 

To the right you’ll see a picture. Click it to download a PDF which has your workshop details, such as software and hardware you will need to round up to do this workshop from your home right along with us. The packet also has the step by step directions — in case you want to practise behind your little’s back so it looks like you’re magical too. 

Participation in these workshops just means that you help your children along as they explore the world around them. We’ll guide by showing you all what to do, explain the science and a little history, and give you ideas for future experiments. All you have to do is gather the tools and have fun helping your children as we all explore our world together.

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Click the image to get the workshop or look below for the full document to download.

You are automatically added to the list to receive invitations to all the live workshops following this one. You will continue to receive invitations as long as you stay on the list, but you can unsubscribe at any time. You can resubscribe by registering for a live workshop.

But, if you stay on the email list, you’ll also receive useful tools for teaching science, doing science, and even moral support on your journey. Of course, this is a two way street! You’ll always have the the ability to request specific workshops, tools, teaching  aids, and other things that you might find.

Once again, here is your workshop. Click the download arrow ↓ to download to your computer.

https://insanitek.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Viscosity-of-Snow-Globes.pdf