We asked the followers of our multi award winning website and facebook page Family Days Tried & Tested to help us out and point us in the right direction of some of you favourite go to websites and apps to help your primary school children with science and maths to help us out during this period of school shut downs,… View Post
We wanted to make a lava so collected together the things we would need… A plastic bottle Cooking oil Alkazeltzers Food colouring Add vegetable oil to fill 2 thirds of your bottle. add water and leave about an inch at the top of the bottle. Add a few drops of food colouring, wait for the colouring to break through the… View Post
We decided we were going to make our own prehistoric ice age scene and attempt to save our prehistoric friends from the big freeze. We had lots of fun and messy play with a little scientific education thrown in… Here’s how we got on.
We headed out to watch the sun rise on a frosty morning, it wasn’t particularly cold but the grass had a reasonable frost in parts of the shade, no more than a normal frost, it wasn’t frosty enough to create icy puddles. We took some small bottles of bubbles that are used as party favours (a 6 pack in Poundland… View Post