Meet Zoe- a girl having a game of hide and seek with water. For our first session of the new school year, we discovered that water is everywhere and comes in many differnt forms. We also discovered that not everybody in the world has clean, safe water to drink. After the story, we tried to […]
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Meet Stanley- the plastic bag who accidentally ended up in the sea when he was thrown away! For our final session of the school year, we met our families online again. Somebody Swallowed Stanley is a story about the dangers of plastic pollution and tells us how we can reuse our plastic to make sure […]
Meet little cloud, the wisp of a cloud that gets bigger, darker and heavier until it begins to rain! We welcomed back many of our families for the third Me, You and Science Too story: Little Cloud. The story is about being accepted for who you are, no matter what and is a great introduction […]
Meet the robots that are all around us, in our homes, at work, under the sea and even in space! We were online again for our sixth session, and had lots of families pretending to be robots and learning some simple code. Robots help us by doing jobs that are are too dangerous or boring […]
Have you ever wondered why the moon is a different shape on different nights? We welcomed back more families at home via Zoom for our fifth session. This book by Britta Teckentrup takes us on a journey around the world, showing us what animals get up to in the moonlight. It has lovely peek-through pages […]
Meet the rabbit who is followed all day by a strange black rabbit! For our fourth session, we moved online and welcomed our families live from their homes via Zoom. In this story by Phillippa Leathers, we meet a rabbit who just can’t work out who or what this black rabbit is or how to […]