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Science At Home - Free Activity Sheets

The wide spread of corona virus has affected our day-to-day to life and more so for the children. Everyone is stuck indoors and the kids are getting minimal stimulation. We would like to introduce an initiative to shorten the days and do our bit to keep the kids thinking and busy - away from the screens and the paranoia. 

All About Space and Stars

Our final activity this year! Hope your little scientist has been participating and enjoying the activities about space and stars all through November! Don't forget to share them with us #rotorlabkids!

What would happen if a planet fell into a black hole?!

Destination: Jupiter!

Water on the Moon!

Stargazing In November - Northern Hemisphere

For more space and stars related activities for big, little scientists, also visit:


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These are some of the books my little space scientist has enjoyed we would love to recommend them for your little scientists!

Science of Movement

Little children jumping about, birds flying in the sky, cars vrooming on the streets and fish swimming in the sea have one thing in common - they are all moving! All the activities this week will be explaining the things that affect moving things and movements. It will be all about the science behind the everyday bouncy objects! 

Book Recommendations for the budding little scientists!

Here are some book recommendations that will inspire even the non-scientists minds to discover new and fabulous things...

The Questioneers #ad

Stories for Boys Who Dare to Be Different #ad

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls #ad

Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World #ad

Science in the times of Corona Virus (Covid-19)

Dear Mummies and Daddies of Little Scientists,

Our kids are experiencing an unprecedented event in the modern history. All that they have learned about how to live in this wonderful world of ours has been abruptly altered. They have been incredibly understanding in these uncertain and wary circumstances and made extraordinary adjustments in their everyday lives. These trying times have also brought with them a lot of new jargon, words that they simply don't understand or the serious, worried tone in which they are constantly spoken in make them nervous, not only about their surroundings, but also their future. 
Dr Lilia Ermlich and I have written a book that explores and explains this jargon - our approach has been to make complex science as simple as possible and provide them with a handy handbook which will help make these words a healthy part of the kids' lives. Our aim has been to provide a holistic approach to help the children cope successfully in the times of Covid-19 - armed with knowledge.

Our eBookCorona Lab: Science Experiments and Activities for Kids and Paperback are now available on Amazon Marketplace and thanks to your support has enjoyed the #1 Amazon Bestseller in the Preschool and Kindergarten category for several weeks! #ad

We hope these activity sheets will help you combat the boredom and keep the little scientists busy!

If things don't work out as we described them in our activity sheets or if you encounter problems with the download, please get in touch with us. Any and all feedback is welcome - 

It would be lovely if you could share the pictures and results from your little scientist's experiments with us! Please share it with us on or on your social media using #rotorlab or #scienceathome.

**Stay safe, stay informed!**

Above activities were produced in collaboration with Dr Lilia Ermlich.