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Members of the Association for Science Education have been working extremely hard to put together a set of lessons that are designed to be easily accessible to children and parents in a home environment. The lessons include an easy to follow guidance for parents with an explanation of key concepts, suggested activities for children and finally examples of possible learning outcomes to make it easier for parents to support the learning. I hope you will enjoy using these resources and find them useful in what is a challenging time for us all. Best wishes and stay well, Mrs. Agnieszka Barden

  • 28th Apr, 2020 at 12:11pm

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  • Joseph
    22nd May, 2020 at 11:34amm

    Hi Mrs Barden,
    I have been doing my science work and thought you would like to see some of it. First, I went on a flower survey in our garden. I found a Clematis flower which I think a butterfly would prefer. I looked for a flower that bees would like and I found the flowers on the Rosemary. I noticed there was already a bee gathering nectar in the flower.
    After this, I dissected one of my mums flowers that she was given as a present. I labelled the different parts of the flower. I have e-mailed you the photographs.
    I hope you are ok.
    From Joseph

    • Mrs Barden
      27th May, 2020 at 11:30amm

      Hi Joseph, I am well thank you for asking.

      Again, you have done some fantastic work on plants, thank you for sharing it with me and everyone in the class.

      Stay well,

      Mrs Barden

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