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What Makes Popping Candy Pop?

why does popping candy pop

Popping candy is fantastic stuff. You put it on your tongue and within seconds it’s fizzing and exploding and jumping

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Winter Wonderings – Are Snowflakes Really All Different?

Are Snowflakes Really All Different?

  It’s a common belief that no two snowflakes are the same, and in a way this is true. No

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Everything You Need to Know about Rosetta and Philae

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There has been a lot of excitement about Rosetta and Philae lately, but what are they and why are they

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Store Cupboard Science – Experiments at Home

science at home

  While there are plenty of science kits in the shops, did you know that you can do loads of

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Founder and Editor at Jump! Mag
A freelance writer, who lives and works in Scotland with her family and fluffy white dog.

Likes: Writing, reading, twitter and chocolate
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How Do We Know How Old an Artifact Is? A Kid-Friendly Introduction of Carbon Dating

carbon dating

  What can we tell from the study of BONES? According to Tina, we can tell an awful lot about