science at home
There are many organisations that have kindly helped parents with supporting their children learn science at home. Ms Eames has kindly shared a few of these sites below that she recommends.
Take a look below and click on the picture to take you to their website to find out how to support the learning of science at home.
STEM aims to improve lives through a world-leading science, technology, engineering and mathematics education. They have created some free resources for home learning. Click below on the picture to find out more.
Explorify is a free resource for parents to access which helps children to think as scientists. Parents need to simply enter their email to sign up and can then join their children in some rich scientific discussions.
Carole Kenrick site has a lot of helpful links to help parents support the learning of science at home. Click on the picture below to find out the helpful links.
WOW science is a site that shares some free science activities to try at home. Click on the picture below to find out more.
Primary Science Teaching Trust
Primary Science Teaching Trust is a site that shares science ideas through having fun at home. Click on the picture below to find out more.
Dr Chips Daily Dose of...
Dr Chips Daily Dose of science, engineering and computing activities to try at home. On this site, Dr Chips asks you to join him live at 10.00 a.m every day to try a new idea! Click on the picture below to find out more.
Scouts usually encourage 'The Great Outdoors' but to support parents at home they have devised some ideas and have renamed it 'The Great Indoors'. Click on the picture below to find out more.