Beecroft Garden Primary School Science Week Online
Monday 25th May – Friday 29th May 2020
Below, you will find many of our amazing staff demonstrating some simple science experiments that YOU can try at home with your families.
Click on a picture to see the experiment!
Exploding Lemonade Whys it important to Changing states
wash your hands!
Balloon Kebabs Liquid Density How to make a Lava Lamp
Tornado in a bottle Bright as a penny Floating Ping Pong
Scared pepper Dancing Raisins Invisible Ink
Most the experiments demonstrated come from
The Dyson Foundation.
Also there are lots more ideas listed which you could also try.
Click on the picture to see!
In return, all we ask is for you or your family to share either:
a ‘Science Selfie‘- (a picture of you doing science)
a ‘Science Snapshot’ - (a short video of an experiment you try)
These can be shared on either:
- Class/Year Seesaw pages
- Twitter – Tag@BeecroftGdn and use our hashtag #beecroftscienceweek
- Email - email@example.com
Whole School Science Investigation Question:
IS YOUR ARM SPAN (or reach) EQUAL TO YOUR HEIGHT?
- What do you predict?
- Will you plan what you are going to do?
- Who will be your sample people that you test the question on?
- How will you test it? How will your record your results?
- What will be the best way to share what you did and found out?
We are so excited about science week online and I hope you are too. Show us what you get up to. Parents please get involved as this develops fantastic scientific talk and this question works across children of all ages.
THE SMALL PRINT
1. Please support your children when conducting experiments. Tasks may involve them using tools or resources which could cause harmful if used incorrectly. Adult supervision is advised.
2. Please indicate when sharing work if you are NOT WILLING for any images recordings shared.
Next follow more ideas from websites to booklets. Enjoy. There are lots more ideas listed which you could try.
8 simple science experiments you can do at home
Here you will find eight experiments which are easy ways to see science in actions using materials found in the house.
- Tornado in a bottle
- Rainbow in a glass
- gooey slime
- pasta rocket
- homemade lava lamp
- nstant ice
- Ferromagnetic fluid
- baking soda volcano
Dr Jo Science Solutions
You don’t need a chemistry lab to do ‘science’ - as well as there being so much to discover in the natural world, there are a myriad experiments and investigations that you can carry out at home using easy to source ‘kitchen science’. Be curious and discover and few things with Dr Jo and see where it takes you
- Solids, liquids and gases
- Changing state
- Quick ice cream
- Making sherbet
- Bicarbonate and vinegar ‘volcanoes’
- pH indicator
- Dancing raisins
- Soda fountain
- Sweet rainbows
- Sugary snacks Density and viscosity Floating and sinking
- Floating and sinking
Watch this video first from The Royal Institution showing their top five tips to get the most out of their activities below.
Rubber Band Cannons
Homemade Lava Lamps