To help schools liven up their classrooms and libraries around British Science Week (8th – 17th March 2019) we selected primary schools across the country to receive some of our fun Max Einstein posters.
If you haven't heard of Max Einstein, where have you been?! She's the brave, science-obsessed heroine in James Patterson's new children's book series, Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment which our Toppsta readers are going mad about!
Check out some of the awesome displays – we’re SO impressed!
We love the creative displays from East Bierley Primary School (top left) who put the Max Einstein posters all over their library!
And how cool is the photo from Judith Kerr Primary School (top right)? Looks like the children were having fun with the posters before they even put them on display!
These brilliant photos are all from Woolmer Hill Primary School who went to town over British Science Week with a special display, encouraging children to 'test their brains' with their science quizzes and to read more science-related fiction like Max Einstein.
If you want to put YOUR brain to good use, check out these Max Einstein-themed activities and experiments taken from the back of the book! Click on the image below to download them!
Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment
James Patterson has teamed up with the world's most famous genius to entertain and inspire a generation of children - with the first and only children's adventure series officially approved by the Albert Einstein Archives.
Max Einstein is a typical 12-year-old. She...
Goes to college every day Plays speed chess in the park Builds inventions that help the homeless And talks to Albert Einstein
All normal stuff, right?
Until one day when Max is recruited by a mysterious organisation! Their mission: solve some of the world's toughest problems using science. She's helped by a diverse group of young geniuses from around the globe as they invent new ways to power the farthest reaches of the planet.
But that's only if the sinister outfit known as The Corporation doesn't get to her first...