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Polymer problem (Problem polymerau)

Award Level SuperStar

Polymers are long chains of tiny particles joined together in groups, a bit like long strings of beads. Scientists at Horners use polymers to create great new products. But they need more ideas!

How do you drink yours? (Sut ydych chi’n yfed eich te?)

How do you drink yours? (Sut ydych chi’n yfed eich te?)

In the A Nice Cup of Tea (Paned da o de) project you can find out about the nation’s favourite drink and how people from around the world create the perfect cuppa! Overview (Trosolwg) In this activity you can carry out your own scientific research. You will need to...
Testing and comparing tea (Profi a chymharu te)

Testing and comparing tea (Profi a chymharu te)

In the A Nice Cup of Tea (Paned da o de) project you can find out about the nation’s favourite drink and how people from around the world create the perfect cuppa! Overview (Trosolwg) In this activity you can have fun testing and comparing different types of tea. Host...
Drifting dandelions

Drifting dandelions

We had lots of dandelions around our school but Mr Cleanup has dug them all up! Mrs Teachem said that dandelions always come back. Do you think she’s right?
Discus dilemma (Dryswch y ddisgen)

Discus dilemma (Dryswch y ddisgen)

Mr Cleanup thinks that a tiny UFO has landed on the playground. Local detective, Miss Terry, has come to investigate, she says, “It’s not a spaceship, it’s a discus!”