Week 1: Resource of the Week: Neutron Stars by Science Office for University of Amsterdam

This informative video show both kids and grown ups all about fascinating cosmic objects, the Neutron Stars and about what scientists can learn by studying them. Ah, and you also get to see an elephant floating on space.


Week 2: Resource of the Week: Light Street Audition by José Gonçalves on ISE

In this ctivity students will learn about light pollution, energy waste and money expenditure per street.


Week 3: Resource of the Week: Sinking and Floating by Siswa van Riesen on Go-Lab

In this activity students can learn about properties of objects that influence whether an object sinks or floats in the water. They get the assignment to find out which materials they can use to build a raft that floats in order to leave the island they are currently on. By going through all phases of inquiry they will gain knowledge about mass, volume and density, and their relation to each other.


Week 4: Resource of the Week: Evening Sky Watching for Students by Akihiko Tomita on astroEDU

Nursery (or Kindergarten or Preschool) students enjoy seeing the evening sky with the teacher from the playground or through a big window (indoor). This is especially relevant for students who stay for extra-hour care. During late evening hours, some students feel a little lonely waiting for their parents, but they have a wonderful natural treasure: the evening sky. By observing the evening sky with the naked eye, they will notice many colours, changing colours, the first star, the subtle colours of stars, twinkling stars, and the movement of stars. Nursery teachers who think they are not science-oriented will also gain guidance skills of introducing science to students. This activity is also useful for primary school students, especially younger-grade students.