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Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be transferred from one store into another. In these pictures, which items do you think use energy? Which ones store energy? Do they all store/use the same type of energy? Cut them out and sort them into groups.
When a moving surface slides on a stationary surface it rubs against it, which slows it down. This is due to friction, a force which resists the movement of one object sliding past another. Understand more about friction with a fantastic practical project: make your own balloon hovercraft!
Quiz questions to encourage your child to think about how scientists work and why they do the things they do.
Would you like to be Jack in the story Jack and the beanstalk? Let's have ago at growing own beanstalk!
When we grow up, there are so many different jobs we can do. This activity will help you think about what different jobs people do and how they help the community.
Have you ever noticed that some things sit on top of water and others sink to the bottom? This is an investigation to help you figure out which items sink and which float and why that might be.
The world is full of foods with different flavours. What is your favourite food? Is it sweet, salty, spicy or sour? Today you are going to explore some new and different flavours.
Do you take care of your teeth? Here is an activity to see how important it is to brush your teeth properly.
Harriet the hedgehog is planning a picnic for all of her friends. She wants the food at the picnic to be delicious and healthy, but she can’t remember which foods are everyday healthy choices and which foods should be more of a treat. Can you help Harriet choose which foods to pack for her picnic?
Painting is a lot of fun and a lovely way to create something special. Today we are going to create some unique brushes and make some different patterns.
Today you are going on a nature scavenger hunt to see what you can find. See how many items you can tick off from this list.
Moving our bodies in different ways can be a fun and exciting way to help keep ourselves healthy. Today you are going to try making movement patterns.
Today you are going to make a super special den. You can construct your den inside or outside and use anything you like; blankets, cushions, tables and chairs work well.
Your body is fantastic and can do so many things! Today you are going to explore all the ways you can move your body and have a lot of fun.
Leaves are amazing, and they come in all different shapes and sizes. Why not make your own incredible leaves picture?
You can move your body in lots of different ways. Objects can also move in loads of ways, and it’s time to investigate them!
We all know that washing your hands is very important as it helps keep bugs and germs away, but have you ever wondered why we need to use soap? Today you are going to carry out an experiment that will show you why it is so important to use soap when you
wash your hands.
wash your hands.
Today you are going to investigate what happens when you mix different colours.
Poor old Humpty is having a terrible time! Can you put Humpty together again and build him a nice sturdy wall to sit on?
Ralf has heard that recycling some of our rubbish can help look after the environment. He has gathered up all the rubbish he can find, but he needs your help to sort it into the right bins. Cut out each item and stick it into the correct recycling bins.
We all have things that make us unique. Today you are going to make your own book all about you!
We all have different things to celebrate, such as weddings, birthdays, Christmas, Diwali, Eid and Hanukkah. Can you remember a special celebration you have had with your family and friends? Draw a picture to show how you and your family celebrate special events.