Help with homeschooling: Environmental activity packs

January 15, 2021

Are you looking for a new homeschooling activity?

With many parents and children now homeschooling again, RSK’s technical experts are pleased to be able to help by sharing their technical knowledge with our next generation. Whether your little one is a budding ecologist, a future engineer or a keen geologist, we have created range of child-friendly resources to help keep them busy. You can browse and download our free activity packs below.

Environmental activities for Key Stage 2

We’ve put this pack together to introduce children to the world of environmental consulting and to help with their educational journey. The pack includes a range of educational activities based around the work delivered by our RSK Ireland business. To finish off the pack we’re challenging everyone to take the RSK ‘5-a-day’ challenge and complete a week of activities in their own home which can help the environment.

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Environmental activities for ages 7-8

In this pack, your children are invited to practice telling the time with RSK Geologists, test their map reading skills and plan their very own environmental project. Hopefully, the activities give an insight into the environmental industry, demonstrates how the children’s school subjects translate into real jobs, and most importantly, capture the interest and imagination of your little ones.

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Engineering educational pack for Key Stage 3

Do you know any budding engineers? We have produced this booklet to introduce children to RSK’s world of engineering and some of the work that we do. The pack includes a range of educational activities through which your children will find out about the different types of engineers we have, from working on wind turbines to building dams. We have also given them a few tasks to show them how what you learn at school works in the world around us.

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We hope our next generation find these materials enjoyable and who knows, maybe they’ll find themselves working as an environmental consultant in the future!