Below are our FREE activities for all Community Heroes to enjoy some pretend play and serious fun at home.

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We love this quote by one of our favourite scientists, Albert Einstein: “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”


Join us on an inspirational journey as your little Community Hero channels their inner Einstein and unleashes their imagination as we explore the wonders of science. Scroll down to access your FREE activity packs filled with learning & fun.

To start, why not dress up as a Scientist and enjoy some fun colouring in sheets from National Science Week - click here to download 

“Scientists are curious. The scientific method is about asking questions and then doing experiments to find the answer. One of the most important parts of science is to make a hypothesis – a possible explanation of what might be happening.” [Early Childhood Australia & National Science Week]. 

Calling all aspiring Einstein's for National Science Week

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Dress-up and be a scientist

What is a scientist? How do they dress? Click on the image and find out. Plus create your very own Goggles and Glasses to wear as you explore the wonders of science in our experiments.


M&M Rainbow Experiment

Can your little Community Hero create a rainbow in front of their own eyes? Guide your budding scientist through this experiment of surprise and wonder - it's suitable to any age! Hint: don't reveal what can happen. Encourage your budding scientist to have a think about what might occur before starting the experiment. All experiment details, including items required are in our FREE activity pack. To access, click on the image.

String is helpful for so many things. We are going to show you the magic of science and string. In this experiment you will see how water can travel from one cup to another without being close together…. all with the help of a piece of string! Click on the image for the simple instructions and find out the science behind the magical string

Magical String Experiment


Grow a Rainbow Experiment

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Everyone loves seeing a rainbow in the sky and now you can create a rainbow in your home. All you need is a piece of paper towel, washable textas (markers), water and two small cups.  Click on image for instructions and the science behind your rainbow creation.