Summer Term Planning and resources
You may remember last year we took part in the Great Science Share, a national (now global) campaign to get children talking about science, generating scientific questions and sharing science with family members and the wider community. The GSS 2020 was launched last week and I encourage as many of you as possible to visit the website, register your interest and take part in as many activities as possible. Each week will be a new theme: last week was ‘Dawn Chorus’ and this week will be celebrating 200 years of the Royal Astronomical Society. Along with each theme will be an ‘inspirational idea’ for children to get involved with, a live lesson on Wednesday with Dr Chips, opportunities to ask real scientists questions and lots of resources linked to activities you can get involved in at home.
We will keep sharing information with you about this over the next few weeks as it all leads up to the final campaign day on 16th June… but for now, please register and start to get involved!
Lesson 5 planning and resources
Lesson 4 planning and resources
Lesson 3 planning and resources
Lesson 2 planning and resources
Lesson 1 planning and resources
There are some great STEM activities for you to do at home.
STEM combines your science and engineering skills to create fun and imaginative things! (Design Technology as we call it in school)
These activities are being broadcast live at 10:00am each day but can also be accessed after this time too.
Use the link below.