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CREST Primary: Outdoor Summer Activities
Looking for fun outdoor STEM activities for the holidays?
Take a look at our ‘at a glance’ list below…
CREST is a STEM enrichment programme for young people that inspires, enables and rewards open-ended project work. With summer on the way and spring in full bloom, we’ve brought together a list of CREST activities that are perfect for this time of year and many can be completed outdoors!
Superstar Awards are recommended for children aged 7-11 years and are presented as a collection of one hour challenges. There are links to 5-7 year old projects & accredited activities too.
Outdoor Summer STEM Projects:
Band Rollers – design, energy, forces & motion
Bowled Over – build & test a ten pin bowling game
Bridge Blunder – weights, forces & measures
Brilliant Birds – birds, habitats, designing & making
Bumblebee Mystery – all about pollinators & their habitats
Camouflaged Creatures – trees, their differences & the life they support
Crafty Rafts – making a raft that floats
Discus Dilemma – designing and making a discus
Drifting Dandelions – looking at seed dispersion
Journey Stick – make a journey stick, chronological order of journeys
Kite Calamity – make a model kite that will fly
Outdoor Gym – looking at outdoor activity and exercise
Playground Games – disabilities, creating accessible and inclusive games
Racing Rockets – design and build a high-flying rocket
Recycle Reuse – making paper and thinking about recycling paper
Super Spinners – helicopters and how to make a paper spinner
Windy Ways – wind patterns and directions
Worm Charming – worms and vibrations
You can download the resources & discover more about CREST Superstar Awards here.
As North West Regional CREST Support Organisation, All About STEM promote CREST Awards across the region and point schools & clubs to the support they need to run this amazing scheme. CREST Awards encourage students to work like scientists, researchers, engineers and designers to investigate and explore their own project ideas.« Back To News