Fun hands-on science activities!

To celebrate National Science Week, here are some fun activities to spark your students’ interest in science, with a focus on this year’s theme, Destination Moon: More Space, More Science.  Build a rocket ship (no, not an actual one) out of a plastic bottle Show students how they can do their own moon maths Follow...
Skip to Content

To celebrate National Science Week, here are some fun activities to spark your students’ interest in science, with a focus on this year’s theme, Destination Moon: More Space, More Science. 

  • Build a rocket ship (no, not an actual one) out of a plastic bottle
  • Show students how they can do their own moon maths
  • Follow this awesome recipe and make your own stretchy universe slime!
  • Learn how the moon and earth rotates with this fun hands-on experiment
  • Make your own night sky, the Pinwheel Galaxy – a spiral-shaped galaxy about 21 million light-years away from Earth, known by scientists as M101
  • This interactive educational gaming website will teach students how to write their own code

Take photos or film your experiment and tag us on Instagram or Facebook!

Previous Teacher resources Story
Next Teacher resources Story

Comments

Want to learn more? Send us an email and we’ll get back to you!