Bring science to life, even while you're at home. The Week Junior Science+Nature magazine will be sharing plenty of exciting activities, experiments and articles taken from recent issues of the magazine, to help keep children exploring, learning and creating.
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Make a model lung
Find out how your lungs suck air into your body with this easy-to-make activity.
Build a kite
Aim for the sky and turn a piece of paper into a soaring kite.
Create a creature report
Challenge your children to create a report on one of their favourite animals.
Make a spaghetti tower
Become a structural engineer and build a 3D pyramid using spaghetti and marshmallows.
This bright green wonder drink is tasty and packed full of healthy vitamins.
Stay active in your home with this simple circuit.
Make a water xylophone
Discover how sound moves through water and make a musical instrument.
Make a fat ball
Look after your local birds by making them a calorie-packed snack.
All about the Sun
Why not join us on a mission into space and discover the secrets of the Sun? Download our free article.
Make a ghost dance
This spooky activity could be magic or it could be the power of static electricity...
Grow an oak tree
In this fun activity, you can turn a tiny acorn into a mighty oak.
Build a home for animals
Give all sorts of creatures somewhere cosy to shelter this winter.
An orange life jacket
Which easy peeler will float – a heavier whole one or a lighter peeled one? The answer may surprise you.
Make seed cards
Give your friends and family the gift of flowers with these DIY plantable cards.
Make a thermometer
Discover how liquids change their volume as the temperature changes.
Check out The Week Junior magazines' FREE Activity Hub. With schools around the UK closed, the team have compiled some more exciting activities you can do at home with little to no resource - something to fun, free and easy help keep young-minds educated and entertained.