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Using your aquarium to help with some home schooling.

Date Published - 26th March 2020 - Published by - Shawn Beardmore

At the time of writing this blog the world outside is not as we formerly knew it, it’s really hard to comprehend the changes we have all had to make in the midst of the Covid-19 outbreak.

One group of our society that this has affected more than most is our children, and we as parents are now challenged with the task of continuing their learning in a very different environment that both they and us are used too.

Luckily many of you reading this will have a fantastic learning resource at your very finger tips, certainly one that can provide you with a few hands on science lessons along the way!

As often as we can we plan to set you a challenge for the children, we may even have some little prizes to give away along the way!

We are going to keep it really simple for the first one!

TASK 1 – Thursday 26th March 

Ask your children to draw your aquarium, take a photo and pop it up the thread over on our Facebook page and we have a couple of small “I’m a fish Geek” T-Shirts to give away to two winners.

The next task we will look at something a bit more scientific 🙂

Task 2 – Wednesday 1st April

A little biology this time around! We have put together a little fish anatomy work sheet for you to print off, ask the children to label the parts of the fish and colour the correct part in the correct colour.

You can download the Fish Anatomy Worksheet <- Here


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