The Jack and the Beanstalk Science Show

Sarah's Adventures in Science

Have you ever made a cloud/made some butter/ eaten gold/thought about giant beanstalks?

Oh no you haven't?! Oh yes you can!

This interactive science show uses the traditional tale as a hook for exploring some interesting science. Pupils help with demonstrations and the whole audience get involved with making butter to eat at the end.

Runs best as separate shows for EYFS/KS1 and KS2.

 

Expected outcomes

Pupils will learn

- how to use familiar things to understand large numbers

- how butter is made

- how the digestive system works

- how to make a cloud

- how science is everywhere in our lives

To book this activity, please contact:
Sarah Bearchell
sarah@bearchell.co.uk
http://www.bearchell.co.uk

Sarah's Adventures in Science
Oxford
OX44 9AG
United Kingdom

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