Here at Science Sparks we’re huge Harry Potter fans, so with that in mind I have some fun Harry Potter
This hands-on sensory bin is brilliant for working on fine motor skills, whilst introducing the concept of a life cycle.
I can’t quite believe it’s time for British Science Week again already. It seems like two minutes since we were
In the story of The Princess and the Pea, the princess can’t sleep because she can feel a pea through
Bubbles are made from a thin film of soapy water filled with air. When you blow a bubble, the film
This is a great activity to use as an introduction to a space theme and/or for exploring properties of materials.
This multicoloured volcano is slightly different to the usual single coloured versions and allows the addition of a mini design and
Oh no! The elves can’t lift their Christmas treats up the stairs, can you design a pulley system to help
A food chain shows how plants, animals and humans rely on each other for food. Animals get energy and nutrients
Oh no, the Elves have lost their jingle bells, can you help them find them in the snow? This easy