In this activity children consider what other materials could be used to make bags and choose a suitable material to stop using plastic bags.
In this activity children consider whether there is any truth in the films' key idea that aliens can be wiped out by an unfamiliar virus.
In this activity children will use interpreting smells, group discussion and interaction to come to conclusions about our sense of smell.
In this activity children focus on the application of science to solve problems and invent a new product that can then be tested as fit for purpose.
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In this activity children get to think about effective reuse and recycling methods, taking into account the properties of materials.
In this activity children consider how they can use wind power to charge a mobile phone and investigate circuits and how a wind turbine works.
In this activity children learn about the different forces acting on an object and how those forces will affect the movement of that object.
In this activity children look at the factors that affect dissolving to plan an investigation to find out the quickest method of removing the new gum.
In this activity children learn the importance of exercise in keeping us healthy and understand that exercise keeps our bodies and minds healthy too.
In this activity children consider evidence from bones and contemporaneous drawings to make their own decisions.
In this activity children learn why currency notes are being replaced with polymer materials and why coins are made of metal.
In this activity children are asked to consider the BMI formula as a way of determining a healthy weight and use lifestyle and diet factors.
In this activity children design their own stamps to celebrate a significant development that has impacted upon modern life.
In this activity children will investigate different types of sound and determine which could be used as the new sound for modern quiet cars.
In this activity children learn about different sorts of movement and how to describe these and relate movement to pushes and pulls.
In this activity, children will consider the impact on the skateboarding experience of reducing friction by lifting the board off the ground
In this outdoor activity children investigate nests, researching how and where birds build them.They then go onto build and test their own nest design
In this activity children will discuss the importance of cows in the food chain and learn the life cycle of a cow.