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Science Week - EYFS & KS1
On this page you will find videos from the teachers with some ideas of experiments
that you can do at home.
You could choose one of these, or think of your own question to investigate.
Some of these experiments might need an adult or an older brother or sister to help you, and some are videos that you can watch yourself maybe with an activity to complete afterwards.
Recording your learning
Once you have completed your experiment and answered your question, you need to record what you did.
You can write, draw, use pictures or photographs, complete one of the sheets at the bottom of the page, or ask someone to make a video of you explaining what you did and found out.
Sharing your learning
Share what you have done on Tapestry for your teachers to see. Show and Tell this week will be teachers sharing your amazing science work for your friends to see.
If you would like to be included in our celebration assembly gallery on Friday, ask your parents to email a picture of your work to Mrs McDonnell by Thursday lunchtime firstname.lastname@example.org
Which is the best biscuit to dunk in your drink?
Mrs Williams explains how you could find out:
How does cold change things?
Have a go at turning milk into ice cream with this video:
How is popcorn made? How is pasta made?
Find out in this video - you could ask an adult to help you make some:
How buoyant is my boat? Mrs Williams shows you a simple experiment to find out
Which material makes the best shower cap? Mrs McDonnell finds out:
Where do the bugs live? Mrs Williams shows you how to see what lives in your garden or outside space.
What colours can you find in nature? Mrs McDonnell finds out.
What wildlife can I find around me? Miss Devlin explains how to go on a wildlife hunt.