Can you tell a honeybee from a bumblebee? Are you Queen-Bee or do you need to do some more bumble-work to get full marks? Take our Green-Schools Bee quiz and find out, by clicking on the image below. You might have also found this resource fun as part of the Green-Schools Stay Home Project Read More
Celebrate bees with Green-Schools by making origami buzzing bees and and learn some cool facts about our flying pals. This video is a step-by-step guide to make an Origami Bee and is suitable for senior primary students or secondary students. All you will need is some paper and some concentration! You might have also found Read More
Try this fun experiment, designed by Kew Gardens for our Great Plant Hunt Project, to discover more about what plants need to help them grow and end up with some cool potato art!
Build a Bird’s Nest
Ever wondered how birds are able to build their own nests just using their beaks and feet? See how difficult it is for you with your hands! Can you build one good enough to keep an egg safe??
This nettle plant feed has such a simple method and creates a great concentrated tomato-feed. Keep feeding nettles into a jar half filled with water, add more water as needed. The smell of the rotting nettles is mighty and its advised to wear a mask or scarf over your mouth and nose. The nettles rot Read More
Celebrate frogs with Green-Schools by making origami jumping frogs and learning about Ireland’s only frog species, the Common Frog. This video is a step-by-step guide to make an Origami Frog and is suitable for senior primary students or secondary students. For more information on the Common Frog, click here. All you will need is some Read More
Animal Groups Test
Do you may know the common groups invertebrates, mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish, but do you know your crustaceans from arachnids or a mollusc from an arthropod? All animals can be sorted into a specific group. A robin is a bird, a fox is a mammal, a frog is an amphibian, etc. Insects are Read More