Woahh!! Experiments

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This area contains links to experiments which are suitable for Open days, Science Clubs or perhaps grab the attenton of the class. If you have any further suggestions then you are invited to contribute to the Wiki.



See also;


Useful Links suitable for Science Clubs ideas or activities

http://www.planet-science.com/ Planet Science aims to support creative and fun approaches to science teaching and learning that help teachers to inspire their students and families to inspire themselves, and to engage more young people in science, encouraging more to consider studying science post-16.

http://www.ase.org.uk/ The website of the Association for Science Education promoting excellence in science teaching and learning.

http://www.setnet.org.uk/ The Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics Network (SETNET), a UK-wide charity that promotes Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) awareness, especially among young people

http://www.the-ba.net/ The British Association for the Advancement of Science organises National Science Week each year and has award schemes and resources for science clubs.

http://www.tryscience.com/ Ideas and Experiments from the New York Hall of Science. Organised into categories such as Earth Sciences, Space Sciences, Medicine and Health.

http://www.campaign-for-learning.org.uk/ Site that promotes learning for all. Information on events, projects and resources.

http://www.sciencelive.net/ Database of science presenters and science shows.

http://www.scizmic.net/ The Science Discovery Clubs Network

http://www.gem.org.uk/ The Group for Education in Museums. Promotes learning through museums and galleries.

www.britarch.ac.uk/yac/ Website of the Young Archaeologists Club for 8 – 26 year olds interested in archaeology.

http://www.tutorhunt.com/ Free online service connecting tutors and students - find a tutor local to you.


--Ssmith 19:56, 4 September 2007 (BST)