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Umbrella Day Free Resources

Today is National Umbrella Day (Who Knew?) Here is a list of resources and links looking at the rain, here is the trailer from the fantastic "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" Feeling Hot and Cold is PDF Teachers Download from the Kennedy Centre... Continue Reading →

“Hidden Figures” highlighting the black women vital to the U.S. space program

The film "Hidden Figures" highlights the work of "..Black female mathematicians performed essential calculations to safely send astronauts to and from Earth’s surface — in defiance of flagrant racism and sexism.." News clip from The Daily Dot Why the lack... Continue Reading →

Growing Potatoes with Children

We are going to try to grow our own potatoes in Gardening Club. I have found a good site that explains how to chit and grow potatoes and also has a science experiment alongside it so that the children can... Continue Reading →

5 Great Victorian Thaumatrope Links

Thaumatropes are so great  to make in my animation class. Cutting a perfect circle isn't easy so I did a search for circular scissors and bought a couple of pairs for the toolbox and  we were able to recycle christmas... Continue Reading →

My Space Place

  This is a lovely site with lots of interesting facts about the planets and space from NASA and some great interactive games! It also has some ideas for teachers and educators!

Build your own Dinosaur

nice game that does what it says on the tin and has a choice of backgrounds, there are also links to all other kinds of dinosaur and fossil related activities.  

Free Space Travel Posters from Nasa!

Nasa is giving away these lovely vintage Space Travel posters! Excellent for a class display!http://www.thedrive.com/article/2171/nasas-giving-away-brilliant-space-travel-posters-for-free

Ada Lovelace Resources

Brain Pop is a site you have to pay for but it has a lot of free resources including this on women in science and the fabulous Ada Lovelace! https://www.brainpop.com/technology/computerscience/adalovelace/

Pumpkins for Poverty

This site hots of free resources and lessons plans around pumpkins and their practical use as a food source in Bangladesh. http://practicalaction.org/schools-pumpkins

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