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Our Science Oxford team will recommend and review the best online STEM resources for families and schools.
A series of five-minute videos created to support teachers to get started with practical science enquiry
Do your :bit Global Goals challenge, come up with ideas to help humanity and change the world in 2021! For ages 8-18.
Celebrate National Astronomy Week 14th – 22nd November 2020
IF Oxford, the city’s science and ideas festival, goes digital this October with over 100 interactive online events and activities for all ages. Get involved and get connected.
Sensory Science is a series of short films, created by one of our Big Science Event at Home judges, Dr Sarah Bearchell.
The science behind the pandemic that changed our lives – a book by Jen Harper
Have a go at making your own spacecraft or a rocket you can actually launch
Fun outdoor activities for families at home or children at school this summer
Learn about and make your own carnival love-bugs with Oxford scientists and artists
Build a bee hotel and learn about bees with scientists and artists for Cowley Road Carnival’s ‘Carnival Arts at Home’ series.
Build a Marble Roller Coaster and other great STEM Inventions.
Commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War and join in the BBC ‘Great British Bunting’ campaign with us!
If you enjoyed coding a micro:bit and are looking for more fun computing activities, check out Barclays Code Playground on YouTube…
Enter the Rube Goldberg official 2021 challenge: Shake and Pour a Box of NERDS Candy
If you enjoyed our Creature Creations Challenge, why not try these amazing Animal Adaptations at home or in school.