After a week of horrible wet, cold weather, we decided to go out as a family today. We went to Sensations Science centre in Dundee and this time not just for the Starbucks! We decided to take advantage of the £2 entry offer and have a look round, already being aware that the little one was likely too young for most of the exhibits. In the end, there were 3 she really liked:
1. A circular platform like a trivial pursuit pie with coloured slices. Each wedge played a note when you stood on it and had a different colour. I stood in the middle and she ran round.
3. A spinning tent
There was an event where they made ice cream out of liquid nitrogen. We tried to get her to watch but she was more interested in the little boy with the Sporticus trainers that had flashing lights on them. And then she wanted to play with the platform afterwards.
We made a "DNA bracelet" out of colourful beads which I just about managed to stop her eating!
After about 30 minutes, we then went for a coffee (Starbucks). And she watched some kids building this impressive tower of bricks
Anyway, all in all she seemed to really enjoy it and it was really interesting (for the few seconds I got a chance to look)