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Teach your pupils about nutrition by carrying out a thorough scientific examination of the breakfast cereals they eat each morning. Are some less healthy than others, and if so, why?
There’s not a health and safety form in the land that covers human dissection in the classroom, so when it comes to investigating our biology, the children will have to get creative. Download our KS2 lesson plan here.
Introduce your KS2 class to palaeontology. Using peas to represent various fossils, discuss what is and is not a fossil, then make some amber fossils of your own, with raisins in place of insects. Download the lesson plan here.
This KS1 lesson plan invites you to join Cap’n Flapjack and the crew of the good ship ‘Scurvy Sue’ to set sail across the seas for a spot of shipwreck survival science.
With a curriculum geared towards learning from nature, this KS2 lesson plan offers a lifeline to schools situated in the concrete jungle.
With the Key Stage 1 science curriculum overflowing with plants, is it possible to do anything new? Take a look at this abundance of natural wonders.
This KS1 lesson plan invites the two ‘ugly sisters’ of the sensory pantomime – taste and smell – to the science ball.
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This worksheet has four sentences each with a ‘y’ word missing. Children can practise their comprehension skills and handwriting by looking at the picture and selecting the correct word from a choice of...
This worksheet has four sentences each with a ‘wa’ word missing. Children can practise their comprehension skills and handwriting by looking at the picture and selecting the correct word from a choice of...
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