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Underfoot or overhead? Get hands-on with the world and beyond.
Follow these instructions to make a basic GPS and create a treasure hunt for your friends.
Follow these instructions to create an El Niño effect in your kitchen, and learn about global weather patterns.
Have you ever wondered how clouds form? Using a only a few easy to find household items this hands-on activity will show you how.
Follow these instructions to make your own seismometer to measure movement.
Geology is a lot easier to digest when chocolate is involved.
Follow these instructions to find out more about geology and the rocks beneath our feet.
On a clear day, the sky looks bright blue. At dusk, a sunset can show reds, pinks and oranges. Why is the sky blue? What makes the sunset red? Try this activity to find out.
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Last updated: Last updated: 16 February 2015
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