Help your pupils to see science in a whole new light with Record-breaking Experiments, a free education programme created in celebration of the new book, Guinness World Records: Science & Stuff. Be in the first 250 schools to register and you will receive a free copy of the book for your school library.
Encourage your pupils to work scientifically and develop their understanding of forces and air resistance, as they collaborate in teams to carry out hands-on experiments in the classroom. The resource will provide you with an engaging kick-off PowerPoint and three action-packed experiments taken straight out of Guinness World Records: Science & Stuff which are accompanied by a suggested record for pupils to aim towards.Win some great prizes by entering the Record-breaking Experiments competition.
Once your pupils have completed one of the experiments encourage them to write (in 100 words or less) what they loved most about taking part. Teachers, as well as parents/guardians, can submit entries by Friday 20th April via email at email@example.com, or by post using the free post envelope found in the resource.
- A science activity kit worth £200 and a Guinness World Records goody bag including the Science & Stuff book and an amazing lab coat.
9 runners-up will also receive
- A Guinness World Records goody bag including the Science & Stuff book and an amazing lab coat.
Check out the amazing new book Science & Stuff in our video below and to find out more about Guinness World Records you can visit their website here.
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