Science Clubs

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Kilcock GAA Club, Sunday Science Club, Banana Split DNA, 22nd May, 10am-12pm

We want children to discover that DNA is vital for all living beings – even plants. It is important for inheritance, coding for proteins and the genetic instruction guide for life and its processes. Children will perform  experiments to increase their understanding of DNA and its role in hereditary. ...
22 May
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

After-School Science Club, McAuley Place, Naas, 27th May, 4:00pm-6:00pm

Children will learn about the history of hygiene, about how soap works with hands-on experiments and make their very own Squishy Soap! They will learn that soap works because it has a hydrophilic (water loving) and hydrophobic end which tears apart the lipid bilayer of nasty germs! Through a hands-on activity they will make their own take home soap that really works! In addition, they will do Party Experiments! All attending children will be provided with Science Lab coats and Goggles! Suitable for 5-12 year old children. ...
27 May
04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

Kilcock GAA Club, Sunday Science Club, Muddy Worms, 29th May, 10am-12pm

Our ‘Junior Einsteins’ learn that Earthworms are good. Children learn that worms eat up organic matter and leave droppings that help plants grow better. The come to understand that worms create water and air channels for plant roots to grow quickly. ‘Junior Einsteins’ explore facts about soil , complete several experiments and create their own wormery to take home ...
29 May
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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