GLASGOW'S school pupils - like their peers across the UK and beyond - are at home full time.

But just because school's out, it doesn't mean that learning stops.

The Glasgow Times has teamed up with Glasgow City Council's education department to create Home Times.

Twice a week on a Wednesday and a Friday some of our city's top education experts will be giving hints and tips as to how to support your child's learning at home.

Today it's the turn on the city's STEM team - science, technology, engineering and maths.

They have created a set of five exercises for pupils to do at home.

Here's the first one:

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And they look like they might have a few parents putting their thinking caps on too for a family challenge.

Over the coming weeks, as you are staying at home, the education teams will be there with you.

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There will be advice from the educational psychologists on how to stay calm and collected during this difficult time, focusing on mental health and wellbeing.

The PEPASS (Physical Education, Physical Activity, School Sport) experts will be helping to get the whole family active and engaged - even while indoors.

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Glasgow Creates will share ideas for making music and making art.

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We have some exciting suggestions coming for engaging your child in literacy and numeracy - and the tasks look like so much fun they will barely notice they're learning.

And the English as an Additional Language teachers will have lots of brilliant ideas for families too.

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So, let's get started on some STEM.

Get in touch and tell us how you got on.

You can tweet @STEMglasgow and @Glasgow_Times

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