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Simple science experiments at home

Discussion in 'Science' started by cathr, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. cathr

    cathr Occasional commenter

    Hoping to use your expertise! My 5 y.o. grand daughter is confined at home in Switzerland and I am in the UK. I have started a daily 20 minutes video-conference with short speaking activities and games to keep in touch. We have done a very successful volcano with vinegar and baking soda yesterday but not being a science specialist, I am out of ideas!!
    Any suggestions gratefully received!
  2. gainly

    gainly Star commenter

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  4. cathr

    cathr Occasional commenter

  5. cathr

    cathr Occasional commenter

    Milk art experiment was extremely successful! Thank you again
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  6. bonxie

    bonxie Lead commenter

    A variety of good science activities, experiments, etc can be found at: https://wowscience.co.uk
    "Wow Science was created by Primary Science Teaching Trust (PSTT) in collaboration with Learning Science Ltd. The site provides links to the best primary science learning materials on the web, helping children to enjoy science both inside and outside the classroom. The resources, which cover a broad range of science subjects and are suitable for all primary ages, can be an excellent tool for teachers, students and their parents. All the resources have been approved by the PSTT for quality and suitability, ensuring the content we promote is accurate and useful to learning."
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