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Innovative and creative ideas for 5-14 year olds

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by ScienceWeekUK, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. National Science & Engineering Week 9-18 March 2012
    The British Science Association is launching an ideas challenge for 5 – 14 year olds asking them to invent a multi-terrain global racer that uses renewable power.
    The Great Global Adventure! is a creative out-of-the-box ideas challenge that provides an easy way for pupils to participate in National Science & Engineering Week.
    Whether it's a homework or a class project, taking part in the NSEW competition is a great way to inspire your pupils with science and engineering and get their creative juices flowing.
    Pupils will need to invent one method of transportation that can carry themselves and two friends across a range of challenging terrains in their global adventure! The race could last many weeks, so vehicles will need to be large enough to carry supplies.
    Racers must be presented in the form of a poster with a drawing of the invention accompanied by an explanation of how it works. Full teacher’s notes will be provided.

    Be creative and impress us!

    Cécile and the NSEW Team
    For news, daily updates and competitions:
    twitter.com/ScienceWeekUK
    facebook/ScienceWeekUK
    www.nsew.org.uk
     
  2. National Science & Engineering Week 9-18 March 2012
    The British Science Association is launching an ideas challenge for 5 – 14 year olds asking them to invent a multi-terrain global racer that uses renewable power.
    The Great Global Adventure! is a creative out-of-the-box ideas challenge that provides an easy way for pupils to participate in National Science & Engineering Week.
    Whether it's a homework or a class project, taking part in the NSEW competition is a great way to inspire your pupils with science and engineering and get their creative juices flowing.
    Pupils will need to invent one method of transportation that can carry themselves and two friends across a range of challenging terrains in their global adventure! The race could last many weeks, so vehicles will need to be large enough to carry supplies.
    Racers must be presented in the form of a poster with a drawing of the invention accompanied by an explanation of how it works. Full teacher’s notes will be provided.

    Be creative and impress us!

    Cécile and the NSEW Team
    For news, daily updates and competitions:
    twitter.com/ScienceWeekUK
    facebook/ScienceWeekUK
    www.nsew.org.uk
     

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