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Insects - Love them or hate them, insects are everywhere. There are anywhere between six and ten million different types of these crawling, slithering, climbing, swimming creatures.
While birds have been flying for a gazillion years, it's something relatively new to us humans and we rely on some important scientific principles to achieve it.
From around 40 species of orchids on the Maltese islands, back in 2015, botanists discovered that a particular orchid was spotted only in Malta. Join us at Kids Dig Science to find out how to help protect these plants and put an end to further destruction of their habitat.
There is so much that can be said for blood. It’s made up of four parts – plasma, red cells, white cells and platelets. Each part has a special job. Plasma is a yellow liquid that helps give you energy and grow. Red blood cells carry oxygen to your cells.
What is your favourite type of weather? Pack your sunscreen, swimsuits, hat, umbrellas, wellies, jackets and scarves and come see what the atmosphere will conjure up at Kids Dig Science.
It’s all hands on board. We’ll be lighting up your Saturday afternoon in this high voltage Kids Dig Science activity.
It’s ADHD awareness month and we want to help children understand that different is great too. Now then how do we go about explaining ADHD, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to kids? That’s up to our puppets to figure out and your kids to find out, in one of our most mindboggling adventures to date.
Kids Dig Science presents a number of performances related to science that include a combination of interactive theatre and hands on science experiments, games and crafts.
Learning about science through theatre, the art of puppetry and hands-on creative workshops, is what Kids Dig Science is all about.