In this activity children consider how the media highlights some stories and how scientists work to find the science behind the headlines.
In this activity children consider the benefits or otherwise of using this new method and reach conclusions by scientific knowledge of food chains.
In this activity children will use their knowledge of the movement of the Sun to predict how to navigate using the Sun.
A session at the zoo for upper primary school children to apply maths skills to a real-life context.
Our highly skilled Education Team provides unique learning sessions linked to the National Curriculum for all ages (5-19) and abilities.
Students explore the Zoo for two hours interactively with a personal tour guide, led by a Discovery and Learning officer.
In this activity children debate whether living for 1000 years is such a good thing and consider the implications for the planet.
In this activity children are asked to consider why animals migrate and why it is important to understand their food chain.
In this activity children construct paper aeroplanes to explore air resistance and make a prediction, experiment and form a conclusion.
In this activity children identify the features within a typical garden that both encourage and deter hedgehogs.
In this activity children plan and carry out research about the Antarctic in order to develop a persuasive argument.
The ASE Science swap shop is full of shared ideas for activities for each age range (Age 3-11).