The Woodland Trust - Nature Detectives 

Ready to get detecting?  Spot frothy blossom and furry catkins.

Science Sparks - Egg Experiments

Egg Parachute; Tooth Decay; Egg Zipline; Crash Test Eggs; Rolling Eggs

1 Learning Stamp for each activity completed.

Amazing Human Body

Learn all about your amazing human body, learn about digestion, breathing and your brain and nerves.

Water Pollution

Water pollution is when waste, chemicals, or other particles cause a body of water (i.e. rivers, oceans and lakes) to become harmful to the fish and animals that need the water to survive.  Water pollution can disrupt and negatively impact nature's water cycle as well.

In this experiment, using materials from your home, you will design a way to clean water.

Coding Part 1

'Coding' is an important skill. It's being able to work out step-by-step instructions ('an algorithm'), spotting and developing patterns ('programming') and working out where they might have gone wrong ('debugging'). 

The skills needed to 'code' are really useful in everyday life, from being able to follow instructions to working out why something isn't working. 

Coding Part 2

You will need to have completed Part 1 before attempting Part 2 of the Coding Challenge.  Part 1 set you up with the basics, so once you've mastered them, have a go at this challenge where you'll learn skills in 'logical reasoning' (explaining why something happens).  You'll also learn about 'decomposition' (breaking a task into smaller, more-manageable parts) and 'persevering' (being determined, resilient, and never giving up) - great skills for life!

Body Organs

Match the functions to each organ. Label each organ.

Human Body Wordsearch

1 learning stamp for completion of both activities. 

STEM Construction - 1 learning stamp for each challenge completed


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Pawprint Challenges

How clean is the air you breathe?
Words for Life, National Literacy Trust