Teaching at a distance support
Live science ‘edu-tainment’ experiences to suit any venue or setting. Kids will connect with science, technology and engineering in an explosive and entertaining way, creating proven and lasting impact.
Made by teachers, for teachers. Each lesson starts with a two-minute video where kids are given the ‘big clue’. Questions are designed to provoke discussion and thinking, followed by a hands-on experiment resulting in an ‘aha’ moment.
A free online platform that boasts being “ridiculously easy to use”. Kids can build almost anything with this fun CAD tool. Tinkercad offers 3D Design, Electronics and Codeblocks and has loads of resources and support for teachers and parents.
With Scratch, kids can program their own interactive stories, games, and animations. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.
Jean Van’t Hul is the writer and children’s art enabler behind The Artful Parent. Her website is filled with loads of fun arts & crafts projects for children of all ages. Check out the suggestions for sensory art for little ones!
Challenging and thought provoking real-world STEM projects for young people of all ages. Students receive awards after completing a number of challenges, some of which can be done at home and with minimal resources.