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Guide To Saving Energy Download
The Kids’ Guide to Saving Energy is a useful resource to incorporate into your elementary classroom's curriculum to help students understand the importance of saving energy. Have your students complete the guide during class or as a homework assignment.
Humans And Animals Printable
A set of worksheets which look at: senses, movement, habitat, food, life and appearance. To accompany the 'humans and Animals' game.
Nocturnal Animals Interactive
A reading resource to research facts about nocturnal animals. Find out about: bats, owls, foxes, badgers and hedgehogs.
Identifying Forces Lesson Plan
This activity asks the pupils to identify the forces used to move an object. Several examples are given where the force (push, pull or twist) needs to be identified, eg to push a door open. The pupils are then asked to sort a collection of toys into those which are used by pulling or pushing.
The Force Factor Interactive
Put your knowledge to the test. Can you find the cause and direction of the forces in the different scenarios?
Each scenario has a force question and the aim is to find the right arrows and missing words.
Identify Light Sources Interactive
The first two parts of the activity asks pupils to sort a collection of items into those which are sources of light and those which are not. The rest of the activity deals with uses of light in the environment, asking pupils to identify the source of light in a picture and to say what the light is used for.