We've put together some great learning activities for you to download and do in your spare time with your family and friends, as an extra way to help you collect credits for your Passport.
We'll be adding new activities to this page all the time, so watch this space!
It's almost the summer holidays! Fancy trying some FREE activities at home, that can help you improve your skills, learn lots, help others and have fun along the way? Download our FREE Summer Challenge now!
This challenge is all about getting curious, being a knowledge detective and learning in a way that you find fun!
Try our 15 fun, FREE activities and earn up to 15 credits and lots of skills points while you do!
Remember, you can take part in our seasonal challenges in the holidays and beyond...no need to worry if you don't manage to do all the activities in the holidays!
You can keep going with the activities when you head back to school in April, on weekends, lunchtimes and after school. The challenge will be available on Aspire and the ePassport until the Summer challenge comes out in June.
Collecting your credits
Search 'Summer Challenge' in Aspire or the ePassport to find the full list of activities.
Collect a credit for each activity you complete. Why not gather some evidence as you go to remind yourself of all the amazing learning you've been doing?
Are you up for the challenge? Click to download our Spring Challenge now!
Glasgow CU members who are using the ePassport can find a copy of the challenge sheet with ePassport information here.
We have a challenge for all you musical maestros! Whether you love playing an instrument in lessons or learning at home, if you're a singer or a movie music fan - there's an activity for you in our Music Challenge!
There are 9 music-themed activities to choose from - you can collect a credit on Aspire for each activity you complete! Try your hand at learning a piece of music off by heart, re-writing the soundtrack to your favourite film or proudly perform your musical piece.
Want to show off what you've been working on for the music challenge? We'd love to hear about which activities you've enjoyed - you can share with us on social media or email. We might even make you famous on our website and social media channels - where your story might inspire other CU members who love music just as much as you!
Tweet us: @ChildrenUniScot, send us a message on Facebook: ChildrensUniversityScotland or email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgDownload
Do you love to play music? Are you learning to play an instrument at weekly lessons or using videos at home? You can collect Children's University Scotland credits for practising at home with our Children's University Music Diary!
How to use the diary
First, click 'Download' or the picture to download a copy of the diary, and print off the diary. Each week, pick two of the starter questions from page 1 to answer. If you're stuck or aren't sure what to write - you can always speak to your music teacher or someone at home about your practice. Fill in a goal at the start of each week, and check off at the end of the week if you've achieved it (or not yet). We've made an example diary to help you if you're not sure what to do, download it here.
Collecting your credit
You can collect a credit each week you fill in the diary. So, once you've filled in a week in the diary, log onto www.CUS-Aspire.com and search for 'Children's University Music Diary'. Omce you've completed all the weeks in a diary, you can print another one and start again from week 1.
Get in touch
We'd love to hear about how you're enjoying the music diary - why not email us at email@example.com and let us know? You can also share with us on Facebook (search: Children's University Scotland), or Twitter (@ChildrenUniScot).
Celebrate International Women's Day 2019 with our FREE downloadable challenge!
We challenge you to write a letter to a woman or girl who is a strong role model in your life.
It could be someone who's famous, someone you know like a teacher, friend or family member, or even a fictional character.
We want you to think about your aspirations and goals and share these with your inspirational woman in the letter. If she's someone you know, why not share your letter with her and let her know she inspires you!
This activity is open to all - and we'd love to see your letters! Share your letter with us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, Twiteer: @ChildrenUniScot or Facebook: /ChildrensUniversityScotland.
You can also post them to Children's University Scotland, 21 Castle Street (2nd Floor), Edinburgh, EH2 3DN. We might even make you famous on our website and social media channels!
Click the picture to download your challenge now - and don't forget to log your credit on Aspire once you've finished your letter!
Happy International Women's Day!
Collect a credit for doing 3 Random Acts of Kindness!
Lots of you took part in our Random Acts of Kindness activity in our Autumn and Spring activity challenges, we were so impressed with your stories of kindness we decided to make it an activity of its own.
All you need to do is do 3 acts of kindness and tell us about them in the spaces in the worksheet, then show your teacher your completed sheet to get your Passport signed or stamped. Once you've completed three acts of kindness, collect a credit on Aspire or the E-Passport
Not sure what to do? There are some ideas on the worksheet, and you can find lots more at: www.randomactsofkindess.org/kindness-ideas.
Did you know - doing kind acts can help you get healthier and happier? Be sure to check out page 2 of the worksheet where you can find out all about the benefits of kindness.
Click the image to download the challenge sheet now!
Whether you are The Queen, a butcher, rock star or football player, everyone has to manage money on a daily basis. Having some money know how, understanding the importance of saving and being smart with your cash is really important. Find out more about Rooster Money here.
This brand new work sheet is designed to help you prove you know about Money Matters.Download