This webpage covers all national curriculum areas and is split into both KS1 and KS2. It has a range of simple videos alongside quizzes to test your child’s knowledge.
BBC – Terrific Science
This site is fantastic for exploring a range of science experiments. Although the webpage is designed for educators, its simple videos and layout makes it easy to follow.
Operation Ouch Channel
Operation Ouch is packed with incredible facts about the human body and fronted by identical twins Dr.Chris and Dr. Xand van Tulleken who experiment and explore their way through the fascinating world of medicine and biology.
Steve Spangler You Tube Channel
Steve Spangler is a best-selling author, educator and Emmy award-winning science communicator who finds the most creative ways to make science fun. Spangler has made more than 1,800 television appearances as an expert on inquiry-based science and strategies for making science fun.
- The Science Museum - The self-guide tours provide a great basis if you are interested in a specific topic (i.e. space). Whilst you are the Science Museum, take the opportunity to visit the WonderLab which is filled with fun hands on experiments.
- Chessington World of Adventures - Look at the rollercoasters if you want to think about forces and how they are shown in each ride. The world of adventures also provide the perfect opportunity to compare species of animals/ their ideal habitats and diets.
- The Natural History Museum - Get up-close with nature, discover fascinating creatures and intriguing science, and enjoy fun, family-friendly activities for curious kids and inquisitive parents. There is so much to explore in the galleries - including your favourite dinosaurs - and there are free and low-cost activities running every day.