There are plenty of online resources. BBC bitesize is a good start to learning at home. Youtube has plenty of videos on a wide variety of scientific topics, check out ‘crash course’ by Hank Green for a start.
This is something I have been trying to make a list of for a blog post, but you can have a sneak peak at my list. All these organisations have loads of free resources to learn all sorts of things:
Scratch – coding
STEM Learning UK
Little Bins for Little Hands
Is there a particular topic you would like to learn more about? Let me know and I will find something more specific.
Also there are loads of great science books out there if you like reading. Or there are loads of scientists on social media like me who will happily help teach you some science, or help you understand something.
I am going to be putting out a post on my blog and social media soon where students/teachers/parents can submit their questions so I can help people learn about science at home. So keep an eye out for that at Soph talks science. I will help as much as I can 🙂
Hi, I think there are a lot of resources online, like science Youtube channels and BBC bitesize. There are also a lot of books online that you can read or you can look up things that you talked about at school and read more about it. Things like that usually work better in a group, so you and your friends from school can call each other to pick a topic you like, then you take a couple of days to learn more about it. After that, you try to explain it to each other over a video call: talk about what it is, why it is important, what is the concept used for in daily life and why do you think it’s cool!
There are a lot of free science games online! I’m not sure what you’re studying but if there’s a topic your struggling to focus on, I’d Google: *insert subject* free online game. I used to find that was a good break between ‘normal’ studying and I’d still learn things.