Created in conjunction with a Primary School Teacher, this pack is the perfect resource for parents to use to practice and develop Early Primary Science skills at home.
Senses Book – ideal for identifying and classifying a variety of objects by the five senses – sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch. Identify and classify a variety of objects by secondary and tertiary senses e.g. cheese can be smelled, but can also be touched and tasted!
Mirrors – place the mirrors into water, then add flowers or leaves from the garden. Compare the image in the reflection when the water is still and when its slightly moving.
Tweezers – These easy grip tweezers will help your child develop their pincer grasp. Go into the garden and find some small stones, or use beads.
Petri Dishes – Single bacteria is something that is all around, yet cannot be seen with the naked eye. Take some food items from your fridge, scrape a small amount onto the lid of the dish. Leave them for a few days, see what happens! Try with different types of food. (Keep away from reach of small children)
Plastic Scoops – using your plastic scoop, measure out a level full of rice, cereal, and sugar etc.
Dry erase Weights and Measures – Learning weights and measures, in both metric and imperial, are excellent life skills for your child. These can be applied to everyday activities such as cooking and baking.
A4 Chalkboard Sheet – Easy to cut, stick and peel permanent/semi-permanent adhesion to virtually any surface. With a peel off backing, the reusable vinyl material, can be used on glass, plastic, wood, painted and unpainted surfaces, carpet, fabric, even cardboard and polystyrene. Perfect to stick on the fridge or your child’s