In this activity children advise Virgin Galactic managers about the conditions the celebs will encounter during their trip.
In this activity children discuss the value of a space mission and what they think we could learn by travelling into space.
With an issue entitled 'What's out there?', you could be forgiven for asking 'What is out there: really out there?' How fa
We often talk about how literacy and science are related, about the links between being able to write explanations in both subjects for example, bu
In this activity children learn about the scientific method and use evidence to decide whether or not Pluto is a planet.
In this activity children use data to determine positions using the same method as satellite navigation equipment.
The ASE Science swap shop is full of shared ideas for activities for each age range (Age 5-11). These ones focus on Famous Scientists.
In this activity children construct paper aeroplanes to explore air resistance and make a prediction, experiment and form a conclusion.
In this activity children investigate whether there are more left-handed people in the population now than 100 years ago.
In this activity children work out how Tasers work in the context of Wonder Woman learning how to use it.
In this activity children investigate the feasibility of growing wheat at home and explore different shapes of plot for the necessary area of cropping