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Help your pupils to learn why hand washing and sneezing into a tissue is important with three exciting science experiments, suitable for KS1, KS2 and KS3.
We have collected 3 of our favourite STEM experiments and put them into one document (below) with easy to follow instructions. These experiments are perfect for teachers to use in the classroom and each one uses things you may find lying around at home or can easily pick up in high street shops.
The three experiments are all based around chemical reactions and help to teach about states of matter, chemical changes, solids, liquids and gasses and bubbles. All are great fun and would be a fantastic addition to your science week.
Feel free to use this resource as much as you like. You are welcome to print the Fun Science Experiments at Home document and share it with parents, children and other teachers.
We have also collected our top 3 experiments for primary school assemblies.
These experiments are all very visual and perfect for assemblies with lots of children all crammed into the school hall! They are all easy to do with things you can find in your local supermarket. This calendar
shows you at a glance the science related national and international events happening across the academic year. Included are British Science Week, international day of women and girls in science and much more. Perfect to print and put up in the classroom or staffroom so that staff and students know what is going on in the world of science across the year. This calendar was designed with primary schools in mind but would be equally applicable to secondary schools. Click here to download this calendar.
A free assembly plan designed for KS1 and KS2 children to teach them about Covid-19 during the 2020 pandemic. Could be adapted to teach children about other infectious viruses.
For more ideas of simple STEM experiments to be done in school and at home, all aimed at primary aged children, click here to visit our blog
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