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Please note: Some of the links below contain experiments.
All experiments should be done under adult supervision
and as a parent/carer, you will need to judge whether the
activities are suitable for your child.
Wow Science provides links to a wealth of primary science learning
materials on the web, helping children to enjoy science both inside
and outside the classroom. The resources, which cover a broad
range of science subjects, are suitable for all primary ages.
All the resources have been approved by the Primary Science
Teaching Trust for quality and suitability.
A collaboration with Science Sparks and the Primary Science
Teaching Trust, Science Fun at Home provides simple and
engaging practical science activities. The activities are open
ended and adaptable for any age.
This website contains information and activities linked to the
national curriculum objectives for Science at Key Stage 1
and Key Stage 2. Learning includes: The Living World, Habitats
and the Environment, The Human Body, Materials, Forces and
Motion, Light and Sound Electricity, Earth and Space and Working Scientifically.
Created and recorded by subject experts, STEM Learning
provides a variety of free curriculum-linked science lessons
for children of all ages. These lessons cover a range of topics,
including evolution, forces, and the human body.
From special behind the scene tours and live shows to a special
'Homework Club', The Natural History Museum contains a wealth
of information and ideas to occupy your child at home, in your
garden or local outdoor space.
“Let’s Go Live with Maddie & Greg” is a live family science show
on YouTube hosted by Maddie Moate & Greg Foot. These shows
are hugely popular with children and adults alike!
NB: Some episodes do contain experiments which may require
adult help so please ensure your child is always supervised if they
wish to carry out any for themselves.