PLUS, you can find loads more science experiments, features, facts, puzzles and games in our awesome monthly kids' science magazine, Whizz Pop Bang.
Curriculum-linked science activities and reading comprehensions
We've got lots of hands-on science experiments and science reading comprehensions to try at home – they're linked to the National Curriculum for children in years 2 to 6 and we're making them available for everyone to use for FREE!
Virtual Science Quiz For Kids
Try this fun science quiz with your kids at home. You could even set up a video call with your children's friends so that they can all play together, in true virtual pub quiz style!
Space and General Science Quiz For Kids
This space and general science quiz by Whizz Pop Bang reader Tom will set your kids' brains racing! Try it at home amongst your own family or bring in friends online for a fun science challenge!
Earn a Wildlife Watcher Badge
Complete three challenges to earn an awesome Whizz Pop Bang Wildlife Watcher badge...
1) Make something to help wildlife
What a great way to keep busy and help nature!
Earn a Super Scientist Badge
Carry out your own investigation to get your hands on an awesome Whizz Pop Bang Super Scientist badge...
1) Think up a question
You can investigate anything you like... Do birds sing more often when it’s sunny? Which type of surface is best for bouncing balls on? Does your pet hamster have a favourite colour?! It's time to get curious!
Earn an Eco Hero Badge
Help the environment and earn your very own Whizz Pop Bang Eco Club badge...
1) Think up a question
It's a fun challenge to complete and you'll be helping to save the planet too!
Earn an Epic Engineer Badge
Complete these four challenges to earn your Whizz Pop Bang Epic Engineer...
1) Identify a problem
Does your solution work? If not, don’t worry! Try to think of some improvements you could make and tell us about them.
Earn a Science Reporter Badge
Science communication is an important skill to learn so, complete these challenged to earn your Whizz Pop Bang Science Reporter badge...
1) Write a science review
Learn how to tell the world about your scientific discoveries in a way that everyone can understand.
The Awesomely Amazing Science Club
We set up this science club to make it super easy for volunteers to run weekly science clubs, but the experiments are ideally suited for use at home too.
Aimed at children aged 6 to 12, these activities aren't linked to the National Curriculum. Instead, the experiments are designed to capture children’s imagination and to spark a love of hands-on practical science, using simple household materials.
Printable Space Colouring Sheet
Print out this fun space-themed colouring sheet (2MB) and get creative!
Printable Animal Colouring Sheet
Print out this fun animal-themed colouring sheet (2MB) and flood it with colour!