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What is Science Bug ?

Science Bug is a comprehensive science programme for today’s curious kids. Designed to build the knowledge and skills needed to spark imagination, fuel curiosity and nurture confident young scientists. Science Bug develops subject knowledge through highly structured domain knowledge in the National Curriculum. It is designed, tested and proven with kids across the country in a range of settings, and packed with fun, hands-on activities, videos and animations. Provides support and guidance to use in a way that's right for you, personalised to the needs of your school and setting with tools and suggestions to inspire your science teaching.

Visit our ActiveLearn Primary page to sign up for a free trial (demo).

CompanyHQ Location: United Kingdom
Age Range5-7, 8-10
AccessibilityModerate features
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RequirementsInternet - Low BandwidthInternet - High BandwidthDesktop - MacDesktop - WindowsDesktop - LinuxMobile - iPhoneMobile - iPadMobile - Android

Computer/tablet, Activelearn login, internet

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We offer valuable getting started PDF guides for teachers and parents. Tutorial videos, resources and an online interactive planning tool all support teachers in class preparation and teaching. We also offer several professional development courses designed to help teachers maximise the learning benefits on offer using this product. Users can further benefit from blogs, resources, webinars and conversations ongoing in our Pearson Schools Community.

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Last updated 27th September 2023
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