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Data Logging without DataLoggers

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Data LoggingData Logging has often been a source of worry to many teachers who can struggle with the hardware. If the school has some specific resources, they may also struggle with the software and it can be simply just messy as there is unlikely to be enough equipment to go round, etc.

Whilst looking at Science resources, I came across a place that sells temperature probes (iCelcius – used for cooking on BBQs!) that ...

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Plastics in the Sea

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Plastics in the seaPlastics in the sea are causing a huge problem, all around the world. Sky News and Blue Planet 2 have raised concerns so that all people in the UK should be well aware of the dangers facing marine life and ultimately the world human population.

Tiki the penguin tells the story of plastics in the sea for primary aged children and suggests some ways that children can help ...

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Operation Prevention

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Operation PreventionOperation Prevention is a set of educational resource, developed in the USA, where they are struggling with an epidemic of people addicted to prescription drugs. The project has developed teaching resources suitable for all ages in educational institutions. Anyone looking at the use of drugs as part of the UK science curriculum may find these few ...

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Reindeer Facts and Fun

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Reindeer facts

Reindeer facts are rarely considered, although reindeer make up an important part of Christmas. No reindeer – no toys delivered! Often children will know nothing about the animals except that they pull Santa’s sleigh and one is called Rudolf. An interesting short project towards Christmas may be to allow children to do a quick study to find out more about these beautiful creatures. Here are some sites which will help:

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Fossils and Rocks

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Fossils and Rocks

Fossils and Rocks form a whole block of work offered freely by The Hamilton Trust.

“Become an enthusiastic, expert palaeontologist! Learn about the fascinating creatures that inhabited the Earth and study the main epochs of fossils. Investigate famous 18th Century palaeontologists Mary Anning and William Buckland. Explore fossil footprints and fossils humans, ice age creatures and their fossils. Study dinosaurs, their eggs, behaviour and extinction. Learn about Darwin and ...

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