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House Projects

We are excited to be showcasing our favourite early STEM projects from our community of Little Scientists Houses and beyond. If you would like to embrace project work in your service, this is an excellent place for you to find inspiration.

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Air – How do we get things to fly?

Published August 14, 2023
The children at Good Sheperd Lutheran School used a range of books and activities to explore air and flight!...

The Spectacular Find  

Published August 14, 2023
The Point Preschool discovered a coral skeleton from the Great Barrier Reef in their very own sand pit!...

“It takes 100 years to become a tree.” – Cameron 

Published August 14, 2023
Professor Lynn Corcoran ELC explored the big question: "What is time?" using sundials and links to First Nations Dreamtime stories....

Ramps And Pathways

Published August 14, 2023
Hensman Street Elementary investigated ramps, speed, and pathways after a visit to the zoo!...

Can We Save Humpty Dumpty?  

Published August 14, 2023
Glass House ELC set out to explore how Humpty Dumpty could be saved from cracking!...

Parks and Parts

Published August 11, 2023
Bagdad Education and Care's children and educators embarked on a journey to upgrade their local public playground using small models of equipment....
rubbish at the beach

Saving the deep blue sea

Published March 2, 2022
When discussing human impact on the world’s oceans and its creatures, the children at Monash Vale Early Learning Centre felt inspired to help the Earth by designing cleaning robots for...
NSW state award winner

Quirky space food bag invention

Published February 9, 2022
“We loved to see what can happen when children are given space and time to follow their own questions as this group took the lead in their mission to innovate...
VIC award winner

Germs are not for sharing

Published February 9, 2022
“The thoughtful approach to germs during these uncertain times and the children’s infectious enthusiasm for research made this project stand out as it followed the children’s interests and abilities.” (Little...
TAS award winner

Earth ‘really is’ a goldilocks planet

Published February 9, 2022
“We were over the Moon to be taken on a journey to the Goldilocks zone with some surprising turns, touching on various different STEM areas and involving many joyful experiences...
NT award winner

Nha Dhuwaya Wangaya? What is a home?

Published February 9, 2022
“We were grateful to get a glimpse of the Yolngu way of life through a project that saw children exploring shapes and materials to construct shelters built on community, tradition...
WA award winner

The thirsty koala

Published February 9, 2022
“Impressed with these bush researchers’ thirst for knowledge, we enjoyed being part of their nature adventures, looking into innovative ways to preserve koala habitat and coming up with a bonus...
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