These are really well-explained lessons to teach children (and parents) the fascinating space theories, including what happens when black holes collide. How does Gravity work? What is a Black hole? What is at the edge of the solar system? and more
We want to make it easy for parents and carers to get their children excited about physics. That's why, as part of our Limit Less campaign, we've created Do Try This at Home, a series of fun science experiments for kids, with short demonstration videos and simple, step-by-step instructions
Providing free, live, interactive science lesson for under 14 year old Home-Edders every Tuesday at 1.30pm. Totally free. Just be on my Facebook page at the right time and I'll pop up! Each week I ask you to bring some household objects so we can do some activities together. These are the very first lessons I taught; atoms, elements, compounds, solids liquids and gases etc. You'll notice I was very much finding my feet! But what are you going to do, ask for your money back?! I'm getting better. I teach Key Stage 3 content with a focus on detail over breadth. We might miss out some circuit diagrams they're expected to remember how to draw at age 9 for example, but we'll go into the science behind what an electric current actually is to a level they wouldn't usually hear until aged 16. I encourage you to come along and see if it's the right level for you. Age often has very little to do with it!
Peekaboo is a cheerful destination with colourful animation for all the Happy Children of the world! Specially designed for kids as they explore the World of Kids Educational Videos, Classic English songs, Phonics Songs, Lullabies and more! Come join us and meet Dr. Binocs only on Peekaboo Kidz.
To support the millions of students, parents and teachers affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, TED-Ed is working with expert educators and TED speakers throughout the world to create and share high-quality, interactive, video-based lessons on a daily basis, for free.
Welcome to Earth School! We’re embarking on a month of daily adventures – or Quests – that will help you understand and celebrate our natural world, while learning about how dependent we are on our planet. Now more than ever, we need to protect, nurture and care for Earth
While we normally love the great outdoors, we’ve pulled together some inspired indoor activity ideas (if we do say so ourselves). Keep your kids learning new skills and having fun (and avoid hearing ‘I’m bored’ every 30 seconds) all in #TheGreatIndoors
In this episode, we’ll be talking all about rockets and planets. We’ll be joined by Professor Suzie Imber from the University of Leicester to discuss the forces required to blast into space, the weightlessness Tim experienced orbiting round our planet, and how we use gravity to send space missions to other planets in our Solar System!