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Science Resources
Science Resources Welcome to the Science Resources page. If you have a resource, work sheet, lesson plan or idea that you would like to send to us, then please use the submit link below.
There are 46 resources at this time. Showing resources 21 to 30, latest updated first.
This website has information and activities (games) on topics related to the discovery and production of petroleum. This can support teaching of QCA unit 3C (Year 3) Characteristics of materials, and also have relevance to Sc1 2i, Sc3 1a
An interactive model of our solar system.
Part of the excellent NASA website, this is space stuff for kids expained graphically with useful links.Deals with gravity and other forces.
Science assessment worksheet on energy for years 1 and 2
This site has a mixture of activities, facts, tests and worksheets, which (in my opinion) is great for embedding children's learning.
Welcome to the death defying Funderstanding Roller Coaster!
Digger and the gang take a ride on the rollercoaster which is full of interactive scientific surprises.
This website uses pupils' work and case study materials to show what the National Curriculum in science looks like in practice.
In Becta's Virtual Teacers Centre you can find guidance on planning opportunities for the use of ICT to enhance teaching and learning in the QCA Science units of work.
Information quizzes and games. Can keep score from quizzes by logging in for free.
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