‘Weather’ it’s snowing outside or not, there’s plenty of fun to be had inside with a blizzard of experiments in this edition! Get busy making your own snow globe, make a weathervane and cut out a snowflake puzzle. You can make a barometer, construct a rain gauge and experiment with a pinecone weather station! You’ll get to meet Emma Burke, who looks after a colony of gentoo penguins in an aquarium and you can read about cutting edge research to discover what lies beneath the ice sheets of the world’s coldest continent, Antarctica. Vet Joe Inglis introduces us to the mighty polar bears and we peer deep inside a freezer to find out how it all works. You can find out all about Albert Einstein’s amazing life and there are also ten awesomely amazing weather events to discover – ‘sno fun like snow fun!
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