With an environmental focus, this year Silly Science Workshops explore garden animals. Investigating insect ecology through making animal slime and recycled paper seed bombs that will attract other garden insects to pollinate our plants and increase biodiversity.
Animal Snap SLIME - Make your own tub of sensory bug slime, exploring slime's properties whilst thinking about the animals that produce slime, the properties of slime and it's many uses!
Recycled Paper Seed bombs - Children recycle paper to make their own seed bombs to take away and plant. Stemming from the ‘Guerrilla Gardening’ movement, which is about sewing seeds in neglected public places. Pulp your paper and sew your seeds to attract busy bees and other pollinators.