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Making Science Toys At Home

One of Ms. Nic's pupils with a homemade flying toy. (Photo Courtesy)

One of Ms. Nic's pupils with a homemade flying toy. (Photo Courtesy)

As part of this year’s Cambridge Science Festival, Belmont education consultant Christina “Mrs. Nic” Nicolson is leading public workshops for families on how to make educational science toys at home.

Mrs. Nic joins Radio Boston to demonstrate two of her homemade creations: the Pulsar Toothbrush Robot (PTR III) and an “advanced kazoo.”

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