Have you ever heard someone say that it is 'too cold for snow?', and wondered if this was true. Our Science Correspondent Samantha looks at the science behind this claim.
A book can transport the reader back in time. It is hard to imagine a time when we weren't surrounded by modern technology, but if you read Anne of Green Gables, written by[...]
The third #winterwonderings post from our Science Correspondent, Samantha, we take a look at why frost makes patterns. Many countries have a mythical figure like Jack Frost, who dr[...]
As we get closer and closer to the big day, the question on everyone's lips is, 'Will it be a White Christmas 2014?'. The answer to that depends on a number of factors, such as whe[...]
It’s a common belief that no two snowflakes are the same, and in a way this is true. No snowflake can ever be completely identical to another, because when you get down t[...]
This is the first in a series of posts by Sam Gouldson called Winter Wonderings. Sam will take a closer look at some of the amazing things that winter brings, such as snowflakes, i[...]
My name is Mia and I’m ten years old.
I’m the first person in my family to write a book. It’s called I Love You Natty and is about my younger sister who has Down’s syndrome. Na[...]
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Many of you will remember The Olympias Clue, the [...]
There has been a lot of excitement about Rosetta and Philae lately, but what are they and why are they so interesting?
What are Rosetta and Philae?
You've probably heard of the Suffragettes, who fought for women's rights, but did you know that an Indian princess was one of the leading campaigners in England?
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