Nina and the Neurons - Nina's Earth Explorers

Delve deep underground and fly up into space with the Nina's Earth Explorers game

This activity should take 15 mins

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Nina and the Neurons

Nina and the Neurons - Nina's Earth Explorers

Nina’s Earth Explorers is the latest series of Nina & the Neurons and sees super scientist Nina and her young Explorers travel the world in search of the Earth’s natural wonders. With the help of Nina’s five animated sense Neurons, they explain why the world around us looks like it does. How are mountains formed, why do astronauts float in space and why do we have night and day are just some of the questions Nina and her Neurons answer as they find out about planet Earth and the spectacular Solar System.

The Nina's Earth Explorers game is a collection of mini-games that allow little ones to explore the science that is introduced in the series. Little ones can explore and play with rockets, telescopes, drills, volcanoes and much more. The games tie in with and extend the themes in the series, allowing children to get their hands on and play with the science they see on the show – from shooting stars to planets in our Solar System, from space exploration to pressure, thrust and erosion.

The games will help your child to devise strategies, plan moves and reflect on their actions. In one of the mini-games, Mine Mission, little ones have to plan which is the best route to take to collect the shiny stones. The games help develop an understanding of the world through fun interactive play.

This set of mini-games is available on desktop as well as mobile and tablet. To play this game on mobile or tablet go to bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/nina-and-the-neurons/games/ninas-earth-explorers-game/ from your mobile or tablet.

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