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Tips on keeping little scientists busy.

Tips on keeping little scientists busy.


As concern about COVID-19 spreads, some of you will be staying in at home with your small scientists and looking for safe ways to keep their brilliant brains ticking over.

We believe that every home can be turned into a scientific research centre, artist’s studio, space station and more. So while we wait for today’s top scientists to solve this conundrum, here are some tips for entertaining and educating tomorrow’s…


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Watch Messy goes to OKIDO

Endless episodes of your favourite blue, sock-eating monster are available on CBeebies and Netflix.

As Messy would say: “When you need to know, go to OKIDO!”




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Make A Pendulum Painting

This activity can get very messy, so make sure you have an old table cloth or some newspaper on the floor. If the weather is nice, do it outside - you'll have more space to swing your pendulum, too!

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Why not start a subscription to OKIDO magazine in September to last the whole academic year?

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