Enjoy three hours of non-stop Science fun.
Explore the universe in the Starlab, learn something new in one of the workshops and see an awesome Science Magic show that is guaranteed to stimulate your love of science. There will also be hands-on activities and “Switched On Kids” will be visiting with their STEM Pop Up Shop.
- States of Matter: explore the world of solids, liquids, gases and even plasma! Learn about the change of states when heating and cooling. Suitable for ages 8+
- Geology: Rocks and Minerals – what’s in the earth? What’s all around us? Make your own model of the earth and learn about the many layers of the earth. Suitable for ages 4+
- CSI Forensics: Learn all about fingerprinting analysis, soil sampling and follow the clues to solve the crime. Great for ages 8+ or those who have a real interest in forensics!
- Science Toys: With everyday objects, make some toys that demonstrate how much fun science really is, and how it can be found in the world around us. You get to keep the toys you make! Suitable for all ages.
Affordable, quality family fun at just $15 for children aged 4-15 years and accompanying adults completely FREE. Plan to arrive early so you can collect your timed session tickets. Doors will open half an hour before the start time. Sciworld is a Children’s University Learning Destination, so don’t forget to bring your passports for “three hours of learning” stamp.
Tuesday 16 – Thursday 18 April 2019 | Adelaide Showground, entry via Leader St, Wayville.
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For more information and all enquiries please visit the SciWorld website
What: SciWorld’s Pop Up Science Centre April 2019
When: Tuesday 16 – Thursday 18 April 2019 | 10am-5pm
Where: Adelaide Showground, entry via Leader St, Wayville.
Who: Great for ages 4-15 years of age
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