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Fishy Business

From the Centre for Science Education, the RA3 project aims to bring parents together with their children and teachers to explore the worlds of science.

Children and families are challenged to design a sea-life attraction. They must consider the budgets, habitats involved, range of tanks to be built and the species to be shown in the attraction. This could be run as an enterprise activity.

In a related activity, some of these materials could also be used to support a visit to a local aquarium. They are designed specifically for the Deep Sea Life Centre, in Hull.

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