Day 95 Sticky Situation

Everywhere we go, on the pavement, under our desk at school or the table in the restaurant, sometimes stuck to the bottom of our shoe, or some extremely unlucky people may have ended up with it in their hair... Chewing Gum. So what is it? Why do we chew it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NoFC-AokdE BrainStuff - HowStuffWorks Chewing… Continue reading Day 95 Sticky Situation

Day 93 Become A Responsible Netizen

A netizen is a 'citizen of the net', basically anyone that uses the internet. Many people nowadays have access to the internet and it is becoming more and more powerful as it develops. It gives us access to information and knowledge, encourages communication between friends and families, allows us to shop from home, and so… Continue reading Day 93 Become A Responsible Netizen

Day 91 April Fools

On the 1st April every year, people play jokes on each other in celebration of April Fools Day or All Fools' Day. It started to become popular in England in 1700's but has been recognised over many centuries by different cultures. People play friendly pranks on each other on this day to encourage laughter. Different… Continue reading Day 91 April Fools

Day 89 Bipolar Day

Bipolar is a severe mental disorder that affects a person's mood; it can cause a major swing in mood, feelings, actions and energy, with possible episodes of mania or depression. It can affect anyone but usually develops before a person reaches 20 years of age, however can still develop before the age of 40 but… Continue reading Day 89 Bipolar Day

Day 85 Shop by Season

After researching the seasons for Day 80, I learnt about shopping by season, this means choosing fresh foods during the season in which they grow. Buying foods based on the season means that they are fresher, more nutritious and sourced more locally, as eating out of season means that they are shipped from places where… Continue reading Day 85 Shop by Season

Day 80 Study The Seasons

Throughout the year we experience a variety of changes in weather, temperature and lightness, we know this as seasons. How seasons occur is an incredible phenomenon and we should make the effort to understand this. When we are at school we are taught the basics of seasons and changes in weather, but as we grow… Continue reading Day 80 Study The Seasons

Day 78 Recycling

A report released by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) earlier this year, revealed that British households create over 26m tonnes of waste each year, the weight of around 260 large cruise ships.RecyclingBins.co.uk As humans we produce a lot of waste, with most ending up in landfill or even the ocean. The… Continue reading Day 78 Recycling

Day 76 Gardening

Taking up gardening can have many perks. It gives us a reason to be active, helping us burn calories and to stay healthy. Gardening can be very therapeutic, known for improving our mood and reducing stress. On bad days, it can even be a free anger therapy session. Sowing seeds and looking after them, so… Continue reading Day 76 Gardening

Day 68 No More Week

Domestic abuse and sexual violence can impact anyone, at any point in their life, regardless of their background, age, gender, ethnicity, socio-economic status or sexuality.UK Says No More No More Week raises awareness of domestic abuse and sexual violence, to educate people and encourage people to speak up if they need support. Domestic abuse can… Continue reading Day 68 No More Week

Day 39 International Epilepsy Day

Around 50 million people worldwide have epilepsy, making it one of the most common neurological diseases globally.World Health Organisation Epilepsy is a chronic neurological condition identified by seizures. It can happen to anyone at any time in their life. The cause of epilepsy can be genetic tendencies, inherited or not, or structural changes due to… Continue reading Day 39 International Epilepsy Day