Learning at home
Learn about plant and fungal science from home with our resources.
Our curriculum-aligned resources for KS1 – KS5 are designed to keep pupils on track with their learning, at home or in the classroom.
Get stuck into our fun challenges. Download our powerpoints and be immersed in the world of plants and fungi with videos, games and challenges.
Pupils will need:
- a laptop or computer to follow the instructions
- a pen and paper to take part in the activities
- coloured pencils will be useful in the creative tasks.
KS1 Heroes and villains
What are fungi? Which fungi are harmful and which are useful?
KS1 Kew the question
How do we end world hunger?
KS2 Battlefield botany
Learn how plants can transform spaces and commemorate people.
KS2 Fun and games
What are the threats to temperate plants and how can we help?
KS2 Kew the question
Think about food sustainability and how we can end world hunger.
KS3 Battlefield botany
Learn about how plants have been used in memorial spaces.
KS3 Illustrating threats to plants
Learn about threats to temperate plants.
KS3 Kew the question
How can we end world hunger?
KS3 Mars mission
Could fungi help to sustain human life on Mars?
KS4 and KS5 activities
KS4 Kew the question
Take our challenge and think about ways to tackle world hunger.
KS5 Kew the question
Learn about food security and think about ways we can produce food sustainably.
Designed to support education sessions at Kew Gardens, our resource packs are free for teachers and parents to use.
Fun things to do with your family
Get creative with our fun activities for children of primary school age.
Create your own museum
Set up a museum at home using plant-based objects and inspire your family and friends.
How I got here
Find out more about the experts at Kew with our career cards.
Family and Early years learning
Learn from home with our fun nature activities or sing along to a music session. Download seasonal trails to use in the Gardens with your children.
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