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A science project that is out of this world…

Issue: March 2017 147

Extract: This is an extract, to get the complete article please see CLEAPSS Primary Science and Technology Issue 66.

Reviews

Issue: March 2017 147

Extract: My mummy is an engineer - by Kerrine Bryan and Jason Bryan, UK: Butterfly Books, 2015 Keeping fit - By Anna Claybourne, London: Franklin Watts, 2016 A beginner’s guide to electricity and magnetism – by Gill Arbuthnott, London: A&C Black, 2016

Contents and Editorial

Issue: January 2017 146

Author: Editor: Leigh Hoath

Extract: There are growing numbers of support networks out there for primary science teachers, but I place the greatest value for bringing about change in your hands – you as readers of this publication are the converts and the ones who have the enthusiasm to support your colleagues in embracing science as a means for developing learning.

Notice Board

Issue: January 2017 146

Extract: - St Mary's University Primary Science - schoolscience.co.uk resources to support your cross-curricular teaching - Unleash the Infants – KS1 ‘Science for Infants’ Facebook group

Links in the chain: bringing together literacy and science

Issue: January 2017 146

Extract: Neil Taylor and colleagues Diane Hansford, Nadya Rizk and Subhashni Taylor reveal how using story and texts in other countries reflects emerging practices in the UK and discuss the benefits to learners of linking science and literacy.

The sound of science

Issue: January 2017 146

Extract: Julian Grant explores the cross-curricular nature of language in scientific recording and how children can waken an audible science world with words.

Can I blow it up? Can I eat it? Exploring the science of food

Issue: January 2017 146

Extract: Gill Harrison and Sam Holyman consider how links can be made between food and the curriculum, offering ideas to support science teaching

Heads, shoulders, knees and … beaks?

Issue: January 2017 146

Extract: Ruth Barber explains why there is no need to get in a flap about cross-curricular teaching: when time allocation for science is a challenge, here’s how to claw some back.

How many licks?

Issue: January 2017 146

Extract: Stephen W. Mamber and Alice Gantenbein pack a wealth of enquiry into an exploration of a tantalising question first raised in a 1960s US television commercial.

Root and branch reform: teaching city kids about urban trees

Issue: January 2017 146

Extract: Mark Walker shares his ideas for teaching city children about urban trees, an ideal approach to teaching a range of geography, maths and science topics at primary level, while helping to reconnect the children with the natural world around them.

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