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  • The Best Way To Exercise Your Brain – Mardi

    Most people know it is very important to keep our bodies healthy with regular exercise, enough sleep, fresh air, lots of water and nutritious food. Neglecting your body can lead to health problems, fatigue and bad moods. Most people also know that keeping your body…

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  • History’s Top 5 Most Influential Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) – Mardi

    On the 8th of March, people across the globe gathered to celebrate and advocate the achievements of women and the progression of gender equality for International Women’s Day. Bringing together our love of science at TwistED and this important day, we’ve collated some facts on…

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  • COVIDSafe – Welcome back!

    To all our wonderful visitors, we are so excited to be opening for some fantastic family fun – which we all need right now! For now, we can only take 20 visitors per session, but this means you’ll have our undivided attention to help you…

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  • New Blue Tongues at TwistED – Aimee

    Over the past few weeks, we have welcomed 2 new baby blue tongue lizards into our family here at TwistED. To celebrate this, I thought I would write a blog about all the in’s and outs of raising a blue tongue and hopefully we can…

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  • 5 big mistakes we made on Youtube – Mitch

    At TwistED, we have been intending to start a Youtube channel for years. This shutdown has given us the time to finally do it! Here I outline the biggest mistakes we made when starting to make videos! I have learnt a lot, either from trial…

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  • How to grow Mealworms – Aimee

    Life Cycle of a Mealworm     Before starting our mealworm farm, I didn’t know the first thing about mealworms. I knew they were golden-brown, and looked like a worm, but that was about it. I didn’t even know there was 4 stages to a…

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