Have you ever wondered about the earth’s wild and wonderful weather? Think you have what it takes to build an earthquake-proof house or survive in an extreme environment?
In this programme, pupils will make models to help them understand how weather and extreme events occur, and what their impact can be. They’ll apply what they observe to real-world situations, designing structures that protect humans and respond to the elements.
The activities are introduced with a quick objective and a preparation guide. Individuals or groups can then work through the challenges to achieve the results. The main subject topics are science, mathematics, design and technology and computing.
Background information, extension ideas and top tips are provided, together with student guides and instructions. This resource has been created by STEM Learning to support the STEM Clubs Programme and has been developed in partnership with STEM Club leaders.
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|Subject(s)||Computing, Design and technology, Mathematics, Science|
|Published||2010 to date|
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