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Adventure on the Thames

Issue: May 2015 138

Extract: Sarah Parker shows how literacy and science really work well together, illustrated with an amazing story about the water cycle from Jamie (aged 9).

Guided science activities that make a big impact

Issue: May 2015 138

Extract: Nicola Beverley introduces guided science activities, developed to help schools assess children's progress, and Craig Early describes how these have been successfully implemented in his school.

Using puppets to provide opportunities for dialogue and scientific inquiry

Issue: May 2015 138

Extract: Maeve Liston reports on a project to introduce puppets into primary science teaching in Ireland.

Thinking about metacognition

Issue: May 2015 138

Extract: John Crossland continues his exploration of thinking skills and why thinking out loud is a good place to start.

Animals don't just grow feather when they want to...

Issue: May 2015 138

Extract: Terry Russell and Linda McGuigan share more of their research into teaching evolution and inheritance.

The ghost of assessment past and hope for an e-future

Issue: May 2015 138

Extract: Juliet Nickels appeals for better software to enable technology-enhanced assessment in science.

Effective strategies for teaching evolution: The Primary Evolution Project

Issue: May 2015 138

Extract: Chris Hatcher shares some activities developed by the project to engage and enthuse children.

Creative and teactile astronomy: exploring the universe using all the senses

Issue: May 2015 138

Extract: An international collaborative project developed by Isabel Borges and Linda Canas from Portugal and Alison Alexander and Ruth Wiltsher from England, celebrated and demonstrated on Science on Stage.

The early bird...catches the science bug!

Issue: May 2015 138

Extract: Sai Pathmanathan reports how the use of popular entertainment media alongside hands-on activities help children demonstrate understanding beyond their years.


Issue: May 2015 138

Extract: - Sand dune ecology concept cartoons by Millgate House Education (2014) - Switched on science year 3 by Rising Stars (2014) - Seasons: Spring by Stephanie Turnball (2014) - Whizzy Science by Anna Claybourne (2013)

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