Have fun with some Science
We have created this section to provide some fun activities and ideas related to different themes within Science. We have started with an 'experiments' section. We will add more Science themed activities as we go along so don't forget to keep checking for new ideas.
Websites to visit
Explorify is a free website which provides engaging, creative science activities and has been designed to spark curiosity, discussion and debate. From video to hands-on activities. Explore the website for more information!
Science with Maddie
Maddie Moate is known for her CBeebies TV series “Maddie's Do You Know?”, BBC Earth's “Earth Unplugged” and Fully Charged's latest series 'Maddie Goes Electric'. You may also recognise her from Youtube. She has her own channel about her adventures and discoveries, packed with videos about animals, plants, travel and technology, there's always something new to learn and explore! Her motto is #staycurious! Check out her channel as she talks about Science and nature every Wednesday at 11am.
Wildlife with Steve Backshall
Steve Backshall is known for his passion in wildlife. He has taken part in programmes like 'Deadly 60' which looks at dangerous creatures in the wild. On his Facebook, he is offering a Q&A session every Wednesday at 9:30am, discussing wildlife, biology, conservation and Geography.
Virtual Zoos and Aquariums
Lots of Zoos and Aquariums are doing virtual tours either on their Facebook pages or YouTube channels. We have included some website links and pictures of zoos and aquariums you may want to visit.
If you love Space then you'll love these websites where you can learn about the solar system and build your own rockets. We have shared some links and an image of other websites you can explore yourself.
National Geographic for kids
There are lots of things to do on here from, discovering the coolest facts about our world, to taking part in awesome competitions, to playing lots of fun games.
Brains on is a Science podcast for kids and adults, where they discuss different topics. Each week, a different kid co-host joins Molly Bloom to find answers to fascinating questions about the world. "Our mission is to encourage kids’ natural curiosity and wonder using science and history…but there’s no age limit on curiosity, and episodes of Brains On can be enjoyed by anyone."