Are you ready to join our musical journey, following a
raindrop as it falls from the clouds, floats along rivers
and drifts out to sea?
Watch the films below to hear our music,
learn fun watery facts and get creative with
some friends we'll meet along the way!
We all have a part to play protecting and preserving water,
so let’s dive in and…
MAKE A SPLASH!
Alice & Sonia
Where does rain come from and where does it go?
Watch the film to learn answers to these questions and more, as we go on a musical journey round the
Then try out our fun experiment to make your own mini water cycle in a bag!
The Water Cycle
Go on a rainy walk in your imagination and discover how music
and our senses
can awaken your
Watch this film to
find out more and
to get inspiration
for your writing.
with Nalini Paul
Did you know that 80% of the litter we find in the sea comes from land?
Watch this music video to follow a
drop of water on its journey along the River Clyde.
Then click on the links to think about ways we can help to tackle the problem of
source to sea litter.
Source to Sea litter
Clean your local beach... and turn washed-up sea plastic into works of art!
Watch this film to meet the inspirational artist Hannah Tofts and discover how to transform beach trash into masterpieces!
Click below to see more of Hannah's creations in
her fun films with music by J.S. Bach
Creative Beach Clean
with Hannah Tofts
Watch this film to learn fun facts about these incredible mammals who SING to communicate... then find out how to make your own ocean instrument using household junk.
You can even play along with our whale choir!
Alex wrote a piece of music for violin, cello and
electronics inspired by Humpback Whale song.
Click to listen and play along on
your ocean instrument.
Humpback Whale Song
with Dr. Alex South
Thanks for Making a Splash!
We welcome your feedback.
What did you enjoy? What could we do better?
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Have a look at our other collection of short films and creative activities TRANSPLANTED carbon