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Kids Vegetable Garden; La Segunda Semana

We are now in the second week of our kids vegetable garden. At last, the spring onions and carrots have started sprouting in our mini garden! The kids are still super enthused with the hands-on botanical fun. I’m delighted with… Continue Reading →

Mini Vegetable Garden; Elementary Botany

At the weekend, we planted a super fun miniature garden*. Not a real (outdoor) garden; it’s a transparent planter, so you can observe the plants’ root and stem growth. However, it’s captured our imaginations and we really love our mini vegetable… Continue Reading →

Twinkl Green Week 2018; Reduce, Reuse and Recycle!

The first week of March is Twinkl Green Week! It’s a new initiative from Twinkl to help educators and children to consider environmental issues and how they can promote eco-friendly actions. Twinkl Green Week 2018 runs from March 5th to… Continue Reading →

Back to Earth with a Bump; Twinkl Book Review

The latest book in the Twinkl Originals series is called Back to Earth with a Bump. Twinkl subscribers can download the PDF and eBook versions now. However, only the printed version will have their fabulous new Augmented Reality technology embedded in… Continue Reading →

Clean Water for Wildlife; Geoscience Project

Freshwater Habitats Trust are running a Clean Water for Wildlife survey, to assess pollution levels and discover new clean water sites. I signed up to take part as this is an ideal geoscience learning opportunity! Any freshwater site will do –… Continue Reading →

Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum

Have a budding scientist or kinesthetic learner? Do consider planning a visit to Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum! It’s packed with the traditional museum displays plus a ton of hands on interactive learning stations, for kids to view, touch, explore, and… Continue Reading →

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