15 May 2017

Fun STEM learning with Little House of Science

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Do you ever wonder how plants breathe? Think about the universe and the galaxy? How the stars got in the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? Then just imagine what your child is thinking about as they develop, grow and experience the world. Children love science and are inspired by it.
Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works and Little House of Science offers weekly maths and science workshops for children ranging from 3 to 11 years of age as well as experiential sessions for babies and toddlers from 6 months.


What is Little House of Science?

Little House of Science provides a safe and fun environment for kids to learn about science with project-based learning and hands-on and stimulating activities including a maths class for kids. Essentially it nurtures curiosity tapping into a child’s naturally inquisitive nature encouraging them to explore the real world, and ask questions.

Why Science?

Children are ideal scientists. They are naturally inquisitive, love asking questions – and we all know how many of their questions start with Why? It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects and how important a role the STEM subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics play in our life. Little House of Science teaches 1000's of children each year in STEM-related subjects in London and across the UK.



What is on offer?

Each project based workshop offers a combination of education with a fun and practical approach covering a diverse curriculum from snails and worms, to robotics and astronaut training.



Where will I find Little House of Science?

Children can attend classes at many venues across London and throughout the UK, or within their school. Parties and summer schools are also available.


What age are the workshops aimed at?

There is something suitable for all children aged from just 6 months to 11 years.

  • Little Discovery (Age 6-12 months and 12-24 months)

Designed for babies aged 6-24 months the Little Discovery class is for both baby and parent, These are experiential sessions that stimulate the senses of babies and toddlers with new sounds and rhythms, materials, objects, colours and shapes.

  • Little Maths, Rhythm & Shapes (Ages 2-3 years and 3-4 years)

Created for toddlers aged 2-4 years, Little Maths Club offers activities, music, rhythm and shapes to build children’s confidence learning numbers and introducing the sea world, transport, arctic animals, bugs, planets, and dinosaurs.

  • Little Science (Ages 3-4, 4-7 and 5-8 years)

A weekly project-based workshop class that uses fun and interactive learning, experiments in small groups and take-home projects to help children develop their knowledge of important sciences. Classes run at venue and in schools.

  • Big Science (Ages 8-11 years)

Big science is the next step for our young scientists and uses weekly project-based workshops to nurture a deeper understanding of science that builds on what children have learned at school.



Who leads the sessions?

Workshops are led by science instructors who have either Master or PhD degrees from UK Universities, having studied Zoology, Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry and Mathematics, as well as Science Communications. They also love working with children and passing on their passion for studying Sciences. They are fully DBS checked and insured to teach in schools, nurseries and any open venues.

Who created Little House of Science?

Little House of Science was founded by three women in London in 2014. All mums or godmothers, Veronika Covington, Liliana Crachilova and Elisabeth Keck share a passion for the sciences and wanted their own children to explore and find answers to the questions about their world around them. And Little House of science was born.


Where can I find more information?

Just head to the website where you will find lots of information and contact details.

How many questions does your child ask every day?


Deb x





8 comments:

  1. This is such a good idea for a class/party to get kids enthusiastic about learning. My three have just started a special STEM fortnight at school and I've never seen them so excited - they actually tell me what they've been learning about which is a rare treat as normally it's like pulling teeth! haha!

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  2. oh this looks fab, ive bookmarked the page to see what the kids think when they get in from school but i can definitely see us booking some of these!

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    1. They sound so much fun I'd want to go x

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  3. This is such a fab idea! the girls love SCience and getting involved in experiments. I will take a look as this would be great for the science investigator badge at brownies too.

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    1. I didn't know there was a science investigator badge at brownies - sounds a lot different to my day x

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  4. What a fab idea. Eli would love this

    Cat x

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  5. What a fab idea. My hubby is a STEM ambassador as an engineer, so definitely something 4 little C as he grows TY x

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