IQL Weekends:

International Quarter London, Olympic Park, Stratford

Event location:
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park , Stratford, London
When:Event passed!
It was on
Sat 15th Sep 2018

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Family
Where:International Quarter London, Olympic Park, Stratford E20 1JN
Map:Map & Nearby
Times:12:30 - 13:30
Admission:Free
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About the event

Little House of Science: Reptiles and Amphibians

Come join us to explore the fascinating world of reptiles and amphibians. Children will learn about the reptile groups, snakes and lizards, water reptiles such as crocodiles and turtles and many more! We will explore the classification of the animal universe and discover lots of information about the world of Amphibians. What are Amphibians? What is special about them? The children will learn about the importance of ecosystems and how easily the frogs can be affected by pollution. We will look at the difference between the skin of reptile vs. amphibian. We will also explore the life cycle of amphibians and their transition through different life stages. What is the importance of the camouflage and how can we protect the amphibians from extinction.

We at Little House of Science foster this natural curiosity in boys and girls and re-enforce STEM subjects in a fun, project-based way so that children can connect with science from an early age. All three partners take a great interest in the science community. They wanted their own children to explore and find answers to the questions about their world around them…such as how plants breathe, the universe, its galaxies, how bridges are built, the life of ants and bees to name a few. The partners therefore felt it would be great to have a safe and fun environment for kids to learn about the sciences and all the questions around it. An environment which is active, full of project based learning, 'hands-on&brains-on' and stimulating.

Official Link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/iql-weekends-little-house-of-science-tickets-47305749771



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