In this activity children use art to record their scientific observations.
In this activity children compare moss plants to daisies and consider the habitats they prefer to decide those appropriate for bathroom use.
In this activity children learn that air is composed of various gases and they determine the importance of carbon dioxide and oxygen.
In this activity children learn about swine flu and its symptoms and look at how viruses spread and consider how they can be contained.
In these activities children determine which snails are found in which habitats and have a better understanding of evolution and adaptation.
In this activity children investigate which senses we use for exploring the world and suggest smells to create different moods.
An exciting opportunity for schools to follow the amazing migratory journeys of satellite-tagged Ospreys each March.
Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust
In this activity children learn about the lifecycle of a ladybird and take part in a research study, the UK Ladybird Survey, a citizen science project
In this activity children will learn that baby animals grow into adults and will then apply this knowledge to match the right puppy to its parent.
In this activity children learn the importance of exercise in keeping us healthy and understand that exercise keeps our bodies and minds healthy too.
In this activity children are encouraged to discuss the advantages/disadvantages of adaptation and consider a variety of points of view e.g. a farmer.
In this activity children collect data about the distribution of black squirrels and record it on a map with the date of the sighting.