Hello all,

Please enjoy these activities and have fun!

  1. Critical Thinking Activities
  2. Scientific journal articles for the family to read
  3. Website links for parents, children and teacher

May 12th

Which is the odd one out?

May 7th

Which is the odd one out?

May 6th

Which is the odd one out?

May 5th

Which is the odd one out?

May 1st

Which is the odd one out?

April 30th

Which is the odd one out?

April 29th

Which is the odd one out?

April 28th

Which is the odd one out?

April 24th

Which is the odd one out?

April 23rd

Which is the odd one out?

April 21st

Which is the odd one out?

April 8th

Which is the odd one out?

April 7th

Which is the odd one out?

April 6th

Which is the odd one out?

April 3rd

I have found a very exciting photo for you. Are the Ghostbusters back? What are the green streams in the sky?

I have attached a Question Generator to help you.

April 2nd

Celebrations, everyone. Eryk has informed me that today is national ferret day in the U.S.A so that is what we are basing today’s activity on.

Below are two illustrations of the digestive system in two mammals (a ferret and a human).

How are the two illustrations similar and different?

Ferret (Mustela putorius furo), anatomical illustration showing the brain, digestive system and kidneys.
Human body anatomy with highlighted digestive system, computer illustration.

April 1st

What is this?

March 31st

Todays activity is to go outside into your garden or look out of a window in your home and try to identify clouds. I have attached a few cloud identification guides to help you.


Challenge: try to remember the names of clouds and the unique characteristics they have.

March 30th – Observe closely. How are the organisms similar and different? Which is the odd one out?

Whale
Algae
Parrot Fish

March 27th – Question generator activity

(This should take 30 minutes maximum)

I would like you to complete a question generator on this photo. I will be sharing a photo on a daily basis. Please share your findings with me. I look forward to hearing from you.

2. Science journal articles for the family to read

3. Website links (these will be added over time)

Website links for parents

Using Live Lessons during school closures

Using Multimedia during school closures

www.stem.org.uk/updates

Website links for children

www.stem.org.uk/updates

Making your own plastic snack box

Website links for teachers

Using Live Lessons during school closures

Using Professional Development during school closures

Using Multimedia during school closures

Blog: How to teach while working from home

www.stem.org.uk/updates

Downloads linked to this page