Roald Dahl Day: CREST Resources & More!
September 05th 2023

Roald Dahl Day: CREST Resources & More!

Celebrate Roald Dahl Story Day on the 13th of September with NEW official lesson plans, fantastic CREST activities and sensational STEM projects!

Combine literacy, science and more to commemorate Roald’s unforgettable stories and characters. Are you ready for exciting experiments and lots of slimy, fizzy fun!

Roald Dahl: NEW Official Lesson Plans

“Add a touch of Roald Dahl magic to the curriculum, from English, Maths and STEM to Art, PSHE and Geography!”

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CREST Awards

Star Projects: Ages 5-7

Inspire primary-aged students with short, hands-on activities that challenge them to explore the world around them.

  • Brilliant Bubbles
  • Teabag Troubles
  • Muddy Mess

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Superstar Projects: Ages 7-11

Suitable for upper primary students who are looking for a challenge.

  • A Sticky Problem
  • Get Set Jellies
  • Testing Tea
  • Investigating Ink
  • Testing Toothpaste
  • Yummy Yoghurt

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Bronze Award: Ages 11-14

Empower your students to run their own investigation from start to finish – let them run the project they want to do!

  • Bath Bomb Challenge
  • Which Crisps are Crispiest?
  • Make Your Own Fizzy Drink
  • Make Your Own Toothpaste
  • Why do we use Shampoo?
  • What’s in a Food?

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STEM Learning

Roald Dahl Story Day Activities 2023

At what temperature does chocolate melt?
What does the fox say?
Turtle Life Cycle
Is there witchcraft & wizardry in the real world?


Videos: Reading Roald Dahl Stories – Roald Dahl HQ
Audio: Roald Dahl Stories – Playlist

British Sign Language: The Twits by Roald Dahl
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