The greenpower project helps children and teens to develop their STEM skills and have fun designing a green car in a competition in which their car is not only judged on its speed, but also on its durability. How fast can it go, but more importantly, how far can it go? Will your students rise to the challenge? (image taken from the greenpower.co.uk website)
Biodiversity in school is a website with plenty of resources to help your learners understand biodiversity. It has a selection of projects with clear instructions to help your learners do them in class. Which project will you do first? (image taken from the biodiversityinschools.com website)
This educational kit from The Olympic Museum website gives your students three things: key information about the 23rd Olympiad, information about South Korean culture and also related activities to do with 6-11 year-olds and 12-15 year-olds. Why not use the animation featuring Soohorang, the white tiger mascot of the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games, in class to introduce the topic. What do your students know about all the sports he does? (Image taken from the Olympic.org website)
To give your pupils an even better understanding of the Earth’s tilt and the winter and summer solstices, this website by solsticestreets identifies specific streets where you can experience a real Solstice in your city. Can your students find the nearest one to their home or school?
(image taken from the solsticestreets website)