We have loads of great ideas and resources to help kids and families connect with nature, from simple activities they can do at home or at school, to wild clubs, fun articles and family-friendly reserves and events.
resources hub. Members of the ASE Primary Science community have been working together (remotely!) to write lessons for primary-aged pupils which are designed to be directly accessible to children and parents at home. Available to both teachers and home educators, these curriculum-led resources have been specifically designed to help deliver a structured series of topic-based primary science lessons in a home environment. In the first instance, we have selected one topic for each age group.
The Science Museum has a vast range of resources for home learning. You can filter depending on Key Stage (KS1 5-7 years and KS2 7-11 years, they also have resources for secondary age children, for older siblings or adults!)
A super e-book about the Human Body, to read on your tablet or download.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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