For LEGO Club today, take a look at this fantastic train made by Massimo!
Here is a little experiment you may be interested in having a go with at home. Make sure you discuss it with your parents first! If you try this experiment, let us know in the comment section how you go! And if you can – send Mr C photos/videos to add to the blog.
It’s a big month for the planet Mars with three rovers from three different countries set to blast off towards the Red Planet in the next few weeks. We find out more about these missions and look back at the history of Mars exploration. Watch this video from BTN.
Can you spot the difference? Leave a message for Samuel in the comments section.
I got a little help today from some eager students who were working at school.
Our Solar System has 8 planets. But, did you know it also has “dwarf planets”? There are officially 5, but scientists think there may be more.
Scientists have found 37 volcanoes on Venus that appear to be recently active and probably still are today. Click here to continue reading.
Click on this slide to see what Simona has been working on. Thanks for sharing Simona.
If you have also created something you would like to show on the blog, email Mr C your slide or photos.
Here is a competition you may be interested in entering.
Theme: ‘Spot the maths’
Aim: To spot the maths in everyday life, catch a photograph of the maths and in 240 characters give a quick description of the maths that you have spotted.
Tassie photographer braves cold to take time-lapse of our Milky Way galaxy
A beginner astrophotographer has braved Tasmania’s freezing winter nights to capture the Milky Way’s dance across the sky in some of the state’s most picturesque locations.
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