Start your own veggie patch by using your old kitchen scraps. Many vegetables can be regrown from themselves or scraps ...
There are some incredible landmarks across the UK, from Big Ben to Edinburgh Castle. Recreate some of your favourite famous ...
Purposeful measuring in this enterprising way to use the seeds produced by the plants in your garden.
Have you ever made your own rainbow? Rainbows are made when there is both sunlight and rain at the same ...
What will you whip up in your mud kitchen? Mud Kitchens support children’s learning in many ways. Find out ...
Explore how different areas of the school grounds are affected by weather and climate.
Can you create a nest fit for a bird using natural materials? Birds come in all shapes and sizes and ...
An easy way to reuse wastepaper and create plant pots that can go straight into the ground when the seeds ...
Identify the parts of a plant using real plant material rather than a worksheet.
Consider the names of plants, even invent your own and make recycled labels for them. Have you ever wondered where ...
Design your own experiments to see what plants need to grow well.
Approach your play with a scientific eye and explore forces and motion on swings and roundabouts!
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