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Close-up of the bubbles in bread

Zoom In, Zoom Out

Bonkers bubbles

Take a much closer look at this everyday object! Can your class use their reasonin...

Ages 5 – 7

  • Materials
Corn popping in a frying pan

What's Going On?

Top of the pops

Spark a conversation with this video showing some explosive kernels! 

Ages 7 – 9

  • Materials
  • States of matter
Puffin with a beakful of fish

Odd One Out

Perfect pinchers

Spark a conversation with these three different beaks. 

Ages 9 – 11

  • Animals, including humans
  • Living things and their habitats
  • Evolution and inheritance

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Progress over time

After 1-3 activities

Open-ended activities encourage better creative thinking and discussion.

After 4-7 activities

Improved observation, vocabulary and listening enables children to explain ideas more clearly.

After 8-10 activities

Increasing confidence, improved questioning and thinking helps children apply their ideas in new contexts.

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"The children love it. It doesn't take a lot of planning on my behalf as a teacher, the activities are ready to go and it's just a great all-round resource."

Joshua Payne

Joshua Payne, SEN teacher, Kent

"It's great for building vocabulary, brilliant for listening and talking. Couldn't speak highly enough of it, I love it - and it's free!"

Heather Beattie

Heather Beattie, class teacher, County Down

"Science is much more about exploring our own ideas and supporting the children to find their own answers, then test their own answers."

Cat Boaz

Cat Boaz, class teacher, Wantage

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