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Learn more about the amazing world of science by enjoying our fun science experiments, cool facts, online games, free activities, ideas, lesson plans, photos, quizzes, videos & science fair projects. Click on the links below:
Primary Liaison - Distillation Activities|
Check what you have learned in your classes with Mr Ringrose by having a go at the activities below:
Click the right button on your mouse and select 'Play' to get this to work:
2009 is the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of the greatest scientists that ever lived. To find out who he was and what he did, click on the link below:
The game follows the journey of Charles Darwin around the world with a series of mini-challenges and information about his discoveries.
The Great Plant Hunt|
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew have produced a series of Darwin-inspired activities for primary schools. The activities in the Darwin Treasure Chest - designed for the classroom, online and in the great outdoors - include exploring habitats, collecting seeds and growing plants.
Every Journey Counts|
This game allows up to five players make a series of choices about how they will make journeys over the course of a year.
Each choice has an associated cost in time, money and an amount of CO2 produced.
The aim of the game is to accumulate the smallest numbers in any of the three areas. To begin the game click on the link below:
E.ON Energy Town|
Welcome to Energy Town where you can find out where energy comes from, how to be energy efficient and why saving energy is so important. Explore Energy Town by clicking on the areas on the map.
The Water Family website|
A fun new website, available in both English and Welsh, designed to get the whole family involved in water conservation around the home. Design your own family, and challenge them to make decisions about water use, to win virtual prizes for their house.
The Haunted House - How does your body move?|
Enter Bone's and Harry's Haunted House for 7-9 year old studying 'Moving and Growing'. There are lots of little tasks, quizzes and mini games to bone-up on the skeleton, joints and invertebrates v vertebrates.
ChemiCroc is a great website aimed at primary children. Professor ChemiCroc is here to help you with your chemistry
The 'About Chemicals' section is simple and informative and the 'Activities' section provides a number of engaging games and activities for children from Year 1 to Year 6. In "Chaos in the Warehouse" watch out for the big spider!
Young Science Investigators - Our Environment|
This new activity from BP helps pupils aged 7-11 learn about their environment while developing their investigative science skills. This new resource includes a colourful A1 Climate Change poster, four science experiments with worksheets, and stickers and stencils for more classroom fun. The animations focus on key science skills and include multiple choice quizzes to reinforce learning!
Young Science Investigators online experiments|
This resource comprises 12 online science experiments. Young Science Investigators helps pupils aged 7 - 11 learn about electricity, energy and life processes, protecting the environment, living things in their environment, micro-organisms, rocks, materials, forces and friction, and energy. The resource includes audio hints and tips for differentiation, photos showing real-world usage of the science covered, and video clips to demonstrate principles.
A Day Full of Energy interactive boardgame|
This online version is ideal for use with an interactive whiteboard and includes a boardgame, a story area and comprehensive guidance for teachers. The game can be used as a stand-alone resource, or as a fun follow-up to the A Day Full of Energy resource pack and poster set. Questions are colour-coded by Science curriculum area, and the teacher's notes include instructions, questions and answers, background information and facts, as well as a variety of methods to play the game.
Wallace & Gromit's Cracking Ideas Game|
Wallace is working on a top-secret new contraption, but it needs a few finishing touches. Can you help Gromit collect the missing pieces and complete their latest work of genius? Use the arrow buttons on your keyboard to control the Invention Suspension, and hit the space bar to deploy the magnet. To rotate, use the Z and X keys. Steady on, Gromit!
Upload your idea to one of the monthly Eureka Challenges Wallace & Gromit set you every month and you could win a prize for this month's challenge! Click on the nose below to find out more: