Enjoy solving this riddle from ‘TED Talk Science for Kids’ with your learners. Can they use all their critical thinking skills to solve the problem?. (Image taken from the TED Talk Science for Kids video on YouTube)
Using these activities from Becky’s website ‘kidworldcitizen.org’, your pupils will learn to use cheap and recycled materials in different challenges, which will develop their different STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and maths) skills. What more could you ask for!. (Image taken from the kidworldcitizen website)
This short, fun video from the https://improviseforreal.com/ site by David Reed can be used in class to introduce the concept of the major scale and help learners to understand how all types of music are connected.
Ignite your students’ curiosity about gravity with this fun video by the group OK Go and their song ‘Upside Down and Inside Out’. The video of the band’s song was shot on a plane in zero gravity. It’s a great way to introduce the topic to your students.