We've put together some great learning activities for you to download and do in your spare time with your family and friends, as an extra way to help you collect credits for your Passport.
We'll be adding new activities to this page all the time, so watch this space!
Calling all budding conservationists: we need your help!
Blair Drummond Safari Park's Link to the Wild programme supports hands-on conservation projects around the globe, from the UK to Uganda, and helps to protect some of the world's most threatened wildlife.
One of the most important parts of conservation is to raise awareness about the threats faced by animals, and that’s where you come in. We need you to make a special poster to spread the word about Link to the Wild and the important projects involved. By letting others know what threatens these animals, and what we can do to help, you can be part of important work that aims to ensure that precious species like Chimpanzee, Rhino, and Red Squirrel will be around for years to come.
Are you ready to become a Link to the Wild Champion?Download
Looking for some fun, free activities to get stuck in to over the Easter Holidays? The Children's University Scotland 2017 Easter Challenge is here!
Why not try your hand at some fun science experiments that you can do at home? Head outside and take part in the RSPB Wild Challenge? Or make a poster to help spread the word about endangered animals?
This year, we have lots of different types of activity to choose from, with science, photography, enterprise, craft and performance themed activities (and lots more!). You can try your hand at lots of different activities, all while you collect some passport credits.
You can collect one credit for each activity you complete, that's up to nine credits for completing the whole challenge! Don't forget to send us your entry for the photo competition for the chance to win some special CU Scotland goodies.
Just click 'Download' to get started!Download
We challenge you to have fun with maths!
Who thought maths couldn’t be fun? We’ve partnered with Clydesdale Bank’s Count Me In programme to show you that it really can be.
You’ll get involved in fun games, activity sheets and stories whilst you learn and develop your maths skills. You can get involved in two ways: be a learner yourself as you practise and boost your confidence, or be a helper by spending time with your younger siblings or friends and helping them improve their skills. Whichever way you take part, you can collect one credit in your Passport to Learning!
Whilst having fun, you’ll learn about numbers, counting, shapes and measurements. Number chums, Monkey’s birthday and the activity sheets are waiting for you to download them.
To get started, Download our Count Me In Challenge and head to Clydesdale Bank’s website to the Count Me In web pages. To collect your CU credit, show the completed sheet to your teacher, or ask them to stamp your Passport.Download
Whether you are The Queen, a butcher, rock star or football player, everyone has to manage money on a daily basis. Having some money know how, understanding the importance of saving and being smart with your cash is really important. Find out more about Rooster Money here.
This brand new work sheet is designed to help you prove you know about Money Matters.Download