Take a look at the websites below to develop your scientific thinking and enquiry skills as well as to help build your science knowledge and understanding.
Explorify is free to sign up to. It contains lots of great videos and activities to get you thinking like a scientist. The more activities you complete the more will it will unlock.
Here you can find a range of materials, including free resources, activities and top tips from subject experts.
Fancy trying some science experiments at home? Here are some easy to follow along experiments and videos to inspire.
Science sparks has some wonderful practical science activities you can do at home as well as some additional Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths challenges.
MinuteEarth has a regularly updated collection of short, free science videos all about earth.
Science Bob’s videos are a combination of experiments you can try yourself and experiences you probably can’t replicate.
Help your children explore the world, both near and far, with Nat Geo Kids videos. Learn amazing facts about ice cream, robots, inventions, droids … You name it; Nat Geo Kids has it.
The Tell Me Why series which seeks to answer the never-ending “but WHY?” queries from children. These fun videos offer a light-hearted look at all sorts of science concepts.
Camera technology allows us to see the world in new ways, including in super slow motion. These free science videos let children see things that happen too fast for the naked eye, making difficult concepts easier to understand.