Bert Nagel introduces the Discovery Corner in the Netherlands, which aims to inspire children to have a lifelong interest in science.
Bill Graham from Farming and Countryside Education (FACE) dispels some myths about visiting farms and explains why we can and should visit one.
Wire coat hangers are not just for keeping your clothes off the floor, they can also enrich learning about science.
Brent Beaumont explains how the children at his primary school in New Zealand are inspired by their involvement in environmental monitoring.
Bridget Holligan believes that giving children more control over what and how they investigate can really engage and motivate them in science but h
How child-led enquiry, with children choosing their own questions to research, can work in an infant classroom.
Carol Sampey shares a couple of activities she has run in her school that you could do too!
Hens run wild at St Peter's Primary School in Shropshire.
Claas Wegner, Lea Minnaert and Friederike Strehlke share their project for managing the challenge of supporting young gifted learners.
Claire Seeley shares with us a new CBeebies television programme, which encourages young children to be scientists.
Claire Seeley shares how the TASC wheel can help develop children's thinking skills in science.
How stories can stimulate science and bring it to life.