Science at home
British Science Association home learning projects
The British Science Association have introduced a special activity library filled with fun home-based projects. The activities are a good opportunity to keep children interested in science.
Click on the link to access the projects: https://collectionslibrary.crestawards.org/
Starters for STEM
Starters for STEM are 10 activities that parents can use at home to help children develop their science, technology, engineering and maths skills. These activities are easy to resource and provide children with the stimulus to talk about the world around them. If you see a link, you can explore how to extend these activities, you will need to sign up, for free, to access these materials.
“Do try these at home”
This set of twelve colourful postcards provides hands on activities which link to the topics of electricity, sound, forces, and changes of state.
Two cartoon characters, Marvin and Milo demonstrate the fun experiments, which are designed to appeal to primary age children.
They include: Alka -Seltzer rockets, magic balloon, making a lava lamp, musical coat hanger, making a foil boat and many more.
This resource has been provided by the Institute of Physics.