Whether we are young or old, there’s so much learning that can be done at the beach. We asked science teacher, Lucy Haseler, to provide us with some fun and informative beach activities for secondary aged children to try during the holidays. Each suggestion is accompanied by either links to further resources or some age appropriate facts.
There’s so much scientific learning that can be done at the beach. We asked science teacher, Lucy Haseler, to provide us with some fun and informative activities for children to try during the holidays. Each suggestion is accompanied by either links to further resources or some fun facts.
Storms are fascinating scientific phenomena. We wanted to learn more about them, so we asked meteorologist, David Bowker, for 20 interesting facts. Download the sheet and share it with your children, or impress them with your storm knowledge!
Meteorologist and Latinist, David Bowker gives us a fascinating insight into the season of spring. When does it begin? What folklore surrounds it? Read our article to find out!
Bonfire Night is almost here, so we’ve asked science teacher, Lucy Haseler, to come up with 20 amazing questions about fire, along with answers appropriate for both younger and older children. It’s sure to teach the whole family some new fun, firey facts!
Dinnertime is the perfect opportunity to spark interesting family conversations. Here are 20 scientific topics to discuss with teenagers around the table (or anywhere else you choose). Use the question prompts to get them thinking. Factual answers are provided, but quite a few of the questions have no right or wrong response and will simply encourage a stimulating debate.
Young children are innately curious about the world. Their questions offer a great opportunity for scientific discussion, but sometimes we don’t feel equipped with the answers. Here are 20 commonly asked questions along with clear and concise answers to get you started.
Bathtime is one of those rituals that offers great opportunities for exploring science with younger children. Here are 20 questions that children might ask, along with simple, digestible answers.
Children constantly come up with brilliant questions and sometimes, as parents, we don’t know how to respond. In this resource, we answer some of children’s most commonly asked scientific queries and encourage them to be curious about some they may not yet have thought of. Set your children off on a journey of discovery, safe in the knowledge that you have the correct answer.