Experiments

Our Experiments are designed to be a 1 hour lesson/session! There’s a short video introduction, the resource itself and then a short video conclusion. Use the filters or the search bar to find the best for you!

Mae ein Arbrofion wedi’u cynllunio i fod yn wers / sesiwn 1 awr! Mae yna gyflwyniad fideo byr, yr adnodd ei hun ac yna casgliad fideo byr. Defnyddiwch yr hidlwyr neu’r bar chwilio i ddod o hyd i’r gorau i chi!

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Ice Formation

Glaciers are formed when snow falling on a mountain is slowly compacted under the pressure of i...

Ice Caves

Ice Caves and Ice Lakes form when the melting snow on a glacier starts to melt its way through ...

Glacial Flow

Ice is an interesting material. It is a solid that will fracture under pressure, but that can f...

Snow to Glacier

When winter comes, many places get a fresh fall of snow every year. In lowland areas, often, th...

Rising Sea Levels

We hear a lot about sea levels rising and why climate change is bad for that. Ice melting into ...

Icebergs

Icebergs are chunks of ice that float in water. Where a glacier meets the ocean they can float ...

Glacial Landscapes

Sometimes when there’s no ice around it’s hard to imagine how glaciers would have carved ou...

Glacial Erosion

A lot of the world’s surface has been changed in a destructive way by glacial activity. That ...

Your Heart Rate

When we exercise we see some noticeable changes in our body. We get hotter, find it harder to b...

Muscles

Did you know that you have over 640 muscles in your body? They help you run, jump and play, but...

Lung Capacity

When you breathe in the air around you, your lungs take in a useful gas called Oxygen, which is...

Diet and Exercise

A poor diet and very little exercise can cause many health problems. We need to look after our ...

Body Temperature

Sweating is your body’s way of trying to cool down. As you exercise all your internal organs ...

Wind Vane

Weather vanes are used to detect which direction the wind in blowing in. They’re very importa...

Wind Speed

Wind speed is one of the fundamental readings that a weather station takes. Knowing how fast th...

Wax Volcano

In this activity we are going to focus on exactly how the molten rock comes through the solid c...

Vortex Rings

We normally can not see how air twists and flows around us but when vapour or smoke is added we...

Sundial

Sundials in one form or another have been used for thousands of years to help people keep track...

Thermometer and Stevenson Screen

Weather stations are susceptible to variations because of direct weather – like cool bree...

Soil Testing

Plants need specific soil conditions to grow. pH is the measure of how acidic a substance is, a...

Rain Gauge

The rain gauge is used to measure rainfall over set periods of time – usually 24 hours. R...