Some pupils can find it difficult to grasp the concepts in the primary Science Programmes of Study. They want answers to questions such as: Why is the sky blue? How can the universe be infinite? Why don’t planes fall out of the sky?
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Tens of millions of children (and many adults) play the virtual-reality game Minecraft. But can it be educational as well as just fun?
I am a bit late letting you all know about this. World Maths Day is TODAY!
I recently read an article about wind (think weather here, not bodily function) that gave a brilliant idea for a game to show children what wind is – more of that later …
Hosepipe bans are to be enforced over a large part of the UK in April. When do your children use a hosepipe? To fill a paddling pool? To wash the family car? Can they think of any ways to save water?
So, your class are all fired-up having started to practise for World Science Day. How do you keep that enthusiasm up? Start finding out about National Science & Engineering Week. There are events and activities for everyone.