Welcome to the Science home page,
We have lots of links to explore and challenges have been set by Mrs Clayton and Miss Keightley
https://www.sciencebuddies.org/ – lots of hands on science resources for home
BBC Nature – the animal guide to Britain with Chris Packham
https://www.winchestersciencecentre.org/ – Science at home – this week Sounds of the Sea
https://www.scouts.org.uk/the-great-indoors/ – 100+ free activities
https://www.chesterzoo.org/virtual-zoo/ – follow the animals, dont miss out on the adorable meerkat babies
https://mysteryscience.com – Science lessons online
https://crestawards.org – Science awards you can complete at home
https://naturedetectives.woodlandtrust.org.uk/naturedetectives/ – Activities to do in the garden
James Dyson challenge cards – Science and Engineering Challenges
Have a look at Wildlife Watch. This is a fantastic site for those of you that love science and nature.
You will find out lots of information about plants and animals and how to spot signs of wildlife all around us. There are lots of activities including how to make your own bat box and your own bird food and feeder. There are competitions to enter and you can complete Wildlife Watch awards. You will need to ask an adult to help you register.
The team at Stubbington Study Centre have put together some activity ideas, particularly for children at home, to encourage them to engage with nature and carry out related activities. These can be found on their website: https://www.hants.gov.uk/educationandlearning/stubbingtonstudycentre/parentschildren/turninginsideout
Virtual London Zoo allows you to visit London Zoo in the comfort of your own home.
Meet the friendly goats having a back rub, the meerkats and Molly and Maggie the majestic giraffes! My favourite video clip is about penguin beach. There are 94 penguins at London Zoo. Also meet Edward the baby sloth. He is super cute!
Science Experiment 1
Science Experiment 2
Science Experiment 3
SCIENCE CHALLENGE 4
Miss Keightley’s wildlife challenge
Spring is a very exciting time of year and at the moment our green spaces are filled with wildlife. They are enjoying less noise and less pollution as we all stay at home.
I am really lucky to know a fantastic local wildlife photographer and he very kindly took these photos for us. All these animals have appeared in his garden over the last few weeks.
Can you name all the animals? please tweet us your answers @fryernschool or email firstname.lastname@example.org