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 this awesome recipe and make…

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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 this awesome recipe and make…

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 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!

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