Home Learning - Science
There are lots of great websites out there for ideas for at home science projects. If you do make something amazing, make sure you share it with your teachers through Class Dojo!
Can animals laugh?
How do they make silly sounds in cartoons?
Were dragons ever real?
How does hand sanitizer kill germs?
Where can you find whales in a desert?
Can you make lava?
Click here to find out the answer to these (and many more) questions on Mystery Science!
You'll find games and slideshows that encourage learning in STEM -- science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
There are also lots of STEM activities to try at home. Think you could launch a rocket?
National Geographic Kids is a great place to find out about animals and people too.
Did you know?
Earth has been recycling water for over 4 billion years! That means we drink the same water as woolly mammoths, the first humans and King Tut!
Hands-on science activities are often creative and combine art and innovation as students explore science, technology, engineering, and math. Science Buddies has more than 150 free science activities that offer fun, easy-to-follow, informal STEM learning for kids of all ages. These activities are short and fun to do, work for a wide range of ages, and use materials you may already have on hand.