KS2 live solar lesson tomorrow!

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Tomorrow – Friday 23rd November at 2 pm you can tune into the BBC’s 40 minute live lesson, where pupils will tackle a Doctor Who style challenge while discovering how light travels and exploring the planets of the solar system.
Go to: bbc.com/livelessons to watch live.
Designed for Key Stage 2 and 2nd Level students, this active science lesson presented by CBBC’s Naomi Wilkinson and Karim Zeroual will feature scientific demonstrations and accessible Super Movers Brain Boosters.

Classroom resources

Plus…

After the Live Lesson, the BBC will record a very special panel discussion programme for teachers. Teachers will be able to watch the full programme a few days after the Live Lesson has aired here on our website.

How to get involved

Prior to the Live Lesson, you can send in your class’s ideas for weird, wonderful and out of this world, translucent, transparent and opaque objects! Email us your ideas with your class and school name at live.lessons@bbc.co.uk or tweet @BBC_Teach and with the hashtag #bbclivelessons

You can also email your pupils’ questions for the BBC’s experts at live.lessons@bbc.co.uk and they may be featured in the live programme.

If your class will be watching, let us know! Email us with a short message and your class and school name at live.lessons@bbc.co.uk and you could be mentioned on the Live Lesson.

What is Super Movers?

Super Movers is a partnership between the Premier League and BBC which aims to inspire primary school children to get active. Find out more here.

 

Blog post adapted from the BBC live lesson page – https://www.bbc.com/teach/live-lessons/doctor-who-space-light-live-lesson/zkj2382/ Originally posted by Louisa Cockbill on Curiosity Connections.

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