FAMILIES can be scientists for a day when they come along to the intriguing activities being held in Soar at intu during the February mid-term break.
Demonstrations that everyone can get involved with include – how to make a cloud, a lava lamp, a hot air balloon, how to create electricity and how to make a volcano.
The free fun science-inspired events – from Saturday, February 8 till Tuesday, February 11 between noon and 5pm – will astound youngsters and grown-ups alike.Presenters will give easy-to-understand explanations of the science behind each of these experiments.
Those taking part are asked to bring an empty plastic bottle so they can make their lava lamp, which they can take home.
Places on the activities will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. And there’s a special treat exclusively for intu Family Club members, who are invited to come along each day from 11am till 11.30am to find out how to make slime.
The intu family club in partnership with Playmobil is free to join and members receive exclusive offers and discounts, a child’s gift, a membership pack, a magazine and more.
Marketing manager for intu Braehead, David Lyon said: “We’ve got some amazing science demonstrations lined up that are not just interesting and informative, but they’re great fun as well.
“This is something all the family can get involved in and everyone will be amazed when they see the results of their scientific experiments.”
David added: “We own and manage the most popular destinations and our aim is to create compelling experiences for our visitors.”
Go to www.intu.co.uk/braehead for more details and to sign up for the intu Family Club.