Isaac’s brain works differently, giving him “superpowers”, such as being able to remember many things and hearing noises that others can’t.
National Science Week 2022
We are getting ready for National Science Week! Are you?
The National Science Week theme of 2022 is based on the UN International Year of Glass. As in early childhood the focus may be on glasses, mirrors, reflection, light and colours, we have gathered here our resources designed to help you spot optics phenomena with the children in everyday life.
If you would like to learn more about hands-on ways to explore optics with the children, please join us for our online Inspire STEM workshop during National Science Week.
A chance to experiment with smells, textures and, although not in this activity unless heavily supervised, tastes is part of our experiences of the world. Using our senses is important to developing our sense of the world. This activity is a wonderful way to use STEM to develop observational skills.
You can see good results dyeing eggs with food colouring but to be honest, we used up all the food colouring in our house tie-dyeing t-shirts recently, so this year we had to improvise and try natural dyes instead. Luckily, our garden and the pantry provided some great options! But of course, it was not all smooth sailing so find out what we did!