“Little Cells” school visits for the primary school Junior cycle

Little Cells

 

Little Cells is an interactive session that introduces the junior cycle of primary school to the concept of cells that form our body. Developed last year in collaboration with Dr How Science’s Wows, this discovery session helps children to discover the cells that belong to our blood, brain, heart or muscle through interactive play and hands on projects.

The session makes use of a presentation as well as visual and tactile games. In the last part of the session, the children will create their very own type of cell from jumping clay and will be able to take it home.

 

 

                                                Teachers must be in attendance at all times during events.

The show is suitable for children aged 5 – 8 years

Suitable for: Primary School Students, from Junior infants to 2nd class.

Shows: 30 students, 1 hour duration.

Venue: Classroom

Available: 10th – 21st of November

 Cell EXPLORERS “little cells” is supported by a SFI Discover award.

 

Teacher Feedback:

  • It was something different – it caught the children’s attention.
  • The balance between presentation and activity was good. Demonstrators were well prepared and interacted well with children. Demonstrators worked well as a team.

Little cells photo