Links to great Science resources, interactive, printable, lesson plans and text. Have fun in the classroom or help children with science at home. Learn about plants, animals, materials, light, sound, forces, energy and food.
Here are 6 random links from this subject
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.
Different Habitats Video
A report about how different animals are adapted to live in different habitats. We learn about the adaptations of agama lizards, penguins, bats and camels.
Developing A New Toothpaste Video
When new toothpastes are developed, the existing recipes are changed. These need to be tested before manufacturing and production. To keep teeth healthy, they should be brushed twice a day. New toothpastes are always being developed. New recipes may reduce plaque, taste different or feel different in terms of the amount of foam the toothpaste makes. Each property which is changed requires a different kind of test.
Forces In The Playground Video
Children identify examples of forces, pushes and pulls in an adventure playground. The term 'force' is used when each example of a force is identified. Examples include pushing a gate and a pram, pulling a toy dog and pulling open a gate.
Darwin's Discoverers Video
This resource pack, aimed at Key Stage One, introduces Dan, who works as a plant scientist discovering plants in different habitats, observing and recording his findings. A short video outlines his work and shows plants growing in different habitats and the adaptations they show depending on where they are found. A postcard from Dan sets up a challenge for children to go out and discover plants and seeds in the local area and see how they grow. Registration required, resources free.
Ellie's Medicine Powerpoint
The story is told through the eyes of a little girl who feels poorly, falls asleep and dreams about how a medicine is made. Her dream journey takes her from a visit to the doctors to the scientists who come up with new chemicals which might act as medicines.