Recycling at the beach

Are You Eco-Friendly?

Join the futuristic Environmental Intelligence Unit and help protect the environment! Tackle a series of interactive missions to learn about saving energy, reducing waste and recycling litter.

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Buildings

Interactive games teach all about buildings: what they look like; where they are found; and what goes on inside them. Become a town planner and choose what should be built in the town, from banks and shops to fire stations and factories.

Bertie Boa Constrictor

Homes

Learn about homes with the Happy Gang in this fun interactive site. Play a matching game, listen to the story or print out snap cards and play with them.

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Landscapes

Find out about the landscapes of the Highlands and Islands, Central Lowlands and Southern Uplands of Scotland. Learn geographical terms and map skills with your friendly guide, Goggs.

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Living Things

The Happy Gang leads you through this exploration of creepy crawlies and living things, from barnacles to butterflies. Find out about pet-care and animal habitats while you solve riddles and play games.

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Scottish Woodlands

Oscar the Oak Tree helps Spatz, Mr P and Nicky learn all about woodlands. Discover all about trees, meet the animals that live nearby and find out what happens as the seasons change.

Class clips

Class Clips

Short video and audio clips edited from BBC programmes.

Authors Live

Authors Live

Famous writers appear at BBC Scotland, from Jacqueline Wilson to Charlie Higson.

The L.A.B

The L.A.B

Get creative with a free digital workshop at BBC Scotland.

Scotland's Food

Scotland's Food

Web clips exploring the world of food, with a Scottish flavour.

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