Interesting Links

Girls and leadership

This inspiring webite (modernmuse.org) will help your learners to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11 Febrero) and understand how to become more involved in STEM careers. It helps girls connect with professional STEM women, STEM companies, other learners interested in similar STEM areas and to set up leadership programmes in their schools. Will your female learners set up their own programme? (Image taken from the modernmuse.org website)

How to preserve snowflakes

This interesting link (from the snowcrystals.com website by Professor Kenneth G. Libbrecht) can help your learners celebrate World Snow Day (19 January) with a fun experiment showing how to preserve snowflakes. Can you learners guess how it is possible to preserve a real snowflake and create a snowflake fossil? (Image taken from the snowcrystals.com website by Professor Kenneth G. Libbrecht)

All about mountains

This very complete range of resources about mountains (by Mandy Barrow on the primaryhomeworkhelp website) will help your learners to do projects and homework.  They can help to focus learners on World Mountain Day on 11 December 2019 and range from information on how mountains are formed to how the climate crisis can affect their ecosystems. How much do your learners know about the effect of tourism on mountains? (image taken from the primaryhomeworkhelp website by Mandy Barrow)

Origami techniques in STEAM

Celebrate World Origami Day with your learners (10-12 years old) on 11 November with these STEAM activities from coolaustralia.org which help them understand how origami is used, not only in art, but also in science, technology and engineering. What origami designs will your learners come up with? (Image taken from the coolaustralia.org website)
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