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Raising Scientists

CYMATICS: Science Vs. Music - Nigel Stanford

Science is awesome. Sound Waves made visible!!

Cymatics: Chladni Plate - Sound, Vibration and Sand

Sound waves are incredible!!!

Cymatics: Speaker Dish

Sound Waves are superb.

Cymatics: Hose Pipe Water Experiment

Sound Waves (Vibrations) travel through air, water and other materials.

Cymatics: Ferrofluid

Love Music, Love Science, Love Sound, Love Ferrofluid.

Cymatics: Ruben's Tube Vs. Tesla Coil

Louder volume = stronger vibrations = more fire

Cymatics: Tesla Coil Music

Science is so awesome!

Primary Science Resource: Reach Out Reporter

Reach Out Reporter is an online primary science news service which helps teachers integrate topical science into everyday teaching and learning. Visit for free topical lesson resources

Introduction to Explorify

Explorify is a free, exciting programme of activities for primary school teachers that will spark pupils’ curiosity and develop their thinking skills.

AUTOMATICA - Robots Vs. Music - Nigel Stanford

Sound Waves working Robots!

Science Home Learning You Tube Channels


  • Happy Learning English has a large collection of videos about humans, animals and plants.
  • Learn about amazing animals with this playlist from National Geographic Kids.
  • Hopscotch produce many educational videos. This playlist has songs about habitats, the continents, oceans and planets.
  • Operation Ouch produce educational videos about the human body.
  • Homeschool Pop has put together a collection of videos that cover a wide range of Science topics.
  • SciShow Kids has a wide range of Science videos that answer different questions about the world.
  • Science Max carries out huge science experiments. Could your children try similar experiments, but on a smaller scale, at home?



STEM Careers to aim for Amazing Opportunities Ahead with Science

March 2020 Topical Science Update

February 2020 Topical Science Update