Ideas for some general Science activities you can do at home
- Naming different materials, making preferences such as ‘I like’ or ‘ I don’t like’ how it feels and describing what the materials feel and look like e.g. rough, soft, smooth, shiny or dull.
- Cooking activities and exploring changes that happen e.g. melting and changing shape.
- Water play activities, exploring floating and sinking.
- Labelling body parts e.g. head, arms, legs, feet, hands. Singing body part songs such as ‘heads, shoulders, knees and toes. 3
- Planting seeds and watching them grow. Labelling the parts of a plant e.g. roots, stem, leaves, petal, flower.
- Looking after plants and thinking about what a plant needs to grow e.g. water and light.
- Mini beast hunt in the garden. What insets can you find? Where do they live?
- Look at day time and night time and talk about the things we see. Can you find the moon at night time? Can you find the sun in the day time?
- Asking your child what the weather is today. Is it sunny, cloudy, and raining?
- Explore the seasons, looking at how the environment changes with each season.
The following website links are fun games and quizzes to help your child to continue with the work we were doing in school on 'Animals including Humans'. There are also links to work you could complete in your home learning book.
ASE have some great activities, check them out :-)
The metoffice have some exciting resources to do with the weather. Click below to explore :-)