News Tagged 'science'

Fossils

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FossilsFossils are fascinating to study but as they form over so many years they can be quite difficult for children to grasp.

BBC Bitesize – brings together a set of animations showing how fossils are formed, explaining what we can learn from them and what is soil made from. These are really child ...

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Appleton Wildlife Diary by Alex White

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Appleton Wildlife DiaryAppleton Wildlife Diary is a really lovely local resource created by a young naturalist:

“This is my diary of the wildlife where I live in Oxfordshire, and sometimes the places I visit. I am a 14 year old young naturalist with a passion for British wildlife, especially Badgers and Hares. I have been blogging since May 2013 and ...

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19 Kitchen Science Experiments You Can Eat!

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Science Experiments19 Kitchen Science Experiments You Can Eat  is a set of fun summer holiday type of experiments which can be eaten once the experiment is over!

The site has nineteen captivating ideas for scientific fun in the kitchen. Each experiment is briefly described and has a photo showing what sort of thing you will be cooking up! Links are provided to the original postings for each ...

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Science Investigations

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Here arscience investigationse some fun science investigations to have a look at:

The Stem Challenge How Strong is Spaghetti!

How strong is spaghetti?  Challenge children to invent a way to find out!  This STEM challenge is a lot of fun, ...

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BP Educational Service Primary Resources

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BP Educational Service Primary Resources is a set of free resources for ages 4 to 11, Key Stages 1 and 2 (KS1 & KS2) and Curriculum for Excellence 1st and 2nd Levels.

To use these resources:

Select your subject, use advanced search, or view the collections.” http://bpes.bp.com/primary-resources/

There are resources for Science, Design and ...

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