Typically completed by 5-11 year olds, CREST Star and SuperStar challenges relate to everyday experiences. Children complete eight activities to gain a CREST Award, with each activity taking between 45 minutes and one hour to complete.
The activities are designed to be easy-to-run and low-cost. You don’t need to be a teacher, have a science background or have access to specialist equipment to run them. The packs contain helpful hints and tips for you to use, explaining the scientific themes and offering guidance on conversation topics for your children.
There are more CREST approved resources that have been developed by our partners and providers specific to your region.
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CREST resource library Choose eight challenges from the extensive range in our resource library. There are over 60 different activities available covering numerous curriculum areas. You can mix and match challenges to fit the topics in your curriculum, the interests of your group or themes which relate to your local area. Find our resources here: http://library.crestawards.org/ Challenges collection Suitable for 5 to 7-year-olds This collection of CREST Star activities allows children to explore everyday problems using science. Once they complete eight of the challenges, they can receive a CREST Star certificate and badge as well! Meet Cosmic and Gem. They’ll help get your students involved with their activities! #Investigate #Experiment #Create #Discover 10 11
Collections of one hour challenges recommended for children aged 5-7 years that relate to children’s everyday experiences. Find out more about this level and how to gain a CREST Award on the CREST Star page.
Collections of one hour challenges recommended for children aged 7-11 years that realate to broader situations that children are likely to have come across. Find out more about this level and how to gain a CREST Award on the CREST SuperStar page.
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