Guinness World Records has created a series of engaging activities which motivate students to learn and think creatively. Our classroom ready solutions featuring our incredible record holders bring subjects to life in a fun, yet impactful way. We cover English Language Arts, Science and various Math lessons.
Our maker and science experiment guide was created for kids to step out of the textbook and into a world of fun while learning about the science of catapults, stretching slime and aerodynamics. These visually stimulating, hands-on, activities are also featured in Guinness World Records: Science & Stuff.
Featured in the brand-new Guinness World Records: Science & Stuff book, these entertaining and informative STEAM science experiments are paired with world records that you can attempt with your class. Perfect for grades 3-6, our FREE science experiment guide includes step-by-step instructions as well as an in-depth look at the science behind the records.
Guinness World Records is thrilled to announce a new collaboration with National Schools Partnership (NSP), which is bringing the excitement and intrigue of record-breaking to students across the UK.
Teachers can educate and entertain their classes with our free ‘Record-breaking experiments’ resources, featuring three exciting experiments from Guinness World Records: Science & Stuff.
Guinness World Records has created a FREE, downloadable Teacher’s Guide to educate students in the topics they’re already reading about.
The Blockbusters! Math Activity: Learning Place Value is the perfect way to engage, challenge and ensure fun as students practice their place value skills.