Welcome to NitroJen’s ONLINE SCIENCE CLUB, where we investigate, discover and entertain!
Join me, NitroJen, for an interactive exploration of my most favourite Science Experiments, in my brand new online science club for children and their families to enjoy at home. With science lessons linked to the National Curriculum, they’re perfect for home education.
“I can’t wait to share my passion and get more families interested in the amazing world of science!”
Featuring me, in an online video format, with content released every week and new activities for you to try at home.
Packed full of ‘do it yourself’ downloadable templates, activities and experiments. Each week’s session has a 20-30 minute long video with themed activities to follow which can easily fill an hour of your day.
You can submit questions and feedback at any time by leaving them as comments under the YouTube videos, and I’ll do my best to answer them.
What do you need to join?
- Internet access and a device to watch the videos
- A printer for downloadable templates
- Some basic materials- paper, scissors, straws, cups, water, thin card, colouring pencils etc. A full kit-list is included at the start of every video, but I have tried to keep it to things you are likely to have around the house.
- Some of the activities will need adult supervision, so have a willing adult helper nearby – they might even learn something new too!
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Thanks for watching. I very much hope you enjoy them as much as I have enjoyed making them.
all new online science club resources
Designed to link to the National School Science Curriculum, but delivered with fun at it’s heart. These activities are sure to make your home learning exciting, engaging and hands-on!
Online science club topics
Just choose the topic you’d like to explore and let your adventure with our online science club begin! If you need to print any templates, please click on the links in each topic to download the printables.
Take a look at primary colour mixing to produce secondary colours, how milk and soap can help to mix colours, what pigments make up black ink, discover the spinning Newton’s wheel, experiment with red cabbage juice indicators and make your own torch light picture.
Discover how to make mixtures of substances and create solutions whilst you make crystals and a density stacker. Investigate how gases can dissolve with dancing raisins and find out what substances can’t mix with hydrophobic art and much more.
Explore bouncing, square and GIANT bubbles as we reveal our top secret bubble recipe!
Follow the instructions to build your own cubic bubble wand and find out how you can touch a bubble without popping it.
Based on a piece of advertising I found many years ago, I use this concept to communicate simple science messages and I’ve developed many more versions. Here I share this with you all so you can design your own and help spread your science message using this tool.
Don’t Forget to share your experiments and DIY makes with us!
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