Did you know that there are three different types of fingerprints? Whirls, loops, and ridges.
Well young children attending the PCYC's Out Of School Hours (OOSH) holiday program sure do, after they spent a day conducting all sorts of science experiments.
On Tuesday, January 12, the primary school age children put on their imaginary safety goggles for a day filled to the brim with fun and learning.
OOSH co-ordinator Marlene McCormack said the kids learnt all about recycling, fingerprints and other topics through various games.
"You're playing with the kids, and they're learning while they're playing," she said.
She said the beauty of the program is how it brings together kids who otherwise may never have met.
"They're all from different schools, which I think is fantastic because they're all just making new friends."
Also on the agenda this week was a sprinkler splash day, a board games day, a police visit, and even a crazy hair day.