STEMM activities & learning at home

Learning at Norwich Science Festival
Learning, STEMM

We’ve rounded up some of the best science home schooling activities from our partners, patrons and contributors. The online activities cover a wide range of STEMM at home activities and learning.

Please note that inclusion does not indicate endorsement by either Norwich Science Festival or The Forum.

Other online resources:

  • BBC Bitesize – for primary, secondary and post 16+
  • STEM Learning – a large range of primary, secondary and A-level resources
  • Raspberry Pi coding
  • Scratch coding
  • Tynker coding
  • Futurum – secondary and college level STEMM activity sheets
  • Twinkl – primary and secondary resources. Twinkl are now offering free access to help prepare and continue education. Enter UKTWINKLHELPS on http://twinkl.co.uk/l/llrv3 to begin your free access.
  • Engineering Activity Zone – from HM Government and packed full of challenges and projects to get kids thinking and building like engineers
  • BrainPop – US based but has a wealth of subjects

YouTube Channels:

  • Maddie Moate – the host of the BAFTA nominated CBeebies TV series Maddie’s Do You Know?, Maddie explores animals, plants, travel and technology. Also all on Maddie’s own website
  • SciShow Kids – explores all those curious topics that make us ask “why?”
  • National Geographic Kids – Nat Geo Kids makes it fun to explore your world with weird, wild, and wacky videos
  • Science Max – a series that turbocharges all the science experiments you’ve done at home
  • Geek Gurl Diaries – for all those who love Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Python, programming, computer science, logic and electronics
  • Sci Show – the presenters delve into the scientific subjects that defy our expectations and make us even more curious
  • Mike Likes Science – science inspired music videos

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