In this article we show how similar principles can be used to move a polystyrene ball in a circular path.
Carol demonstrates how distance doesn't stop you making use of the Jurassic Coast as a stimulus for teaching about rocks.
Matter can be described and explained in a number of ways, using models of increasing complexity depending on the intended audience.
The authors describe how children worked with professional scientists to do environmental research in their local river.
Dr Leigh Hoath
The authors learn through their enthusiasm for fieldwork and biodiversity.
Luke Tilley explores the world of insects and offers ideas on how you can get involved during National Insect Week.
Nicola Kitchen shows you how approaching pond-dipping in the right way can lead to children appreciating the real complexity of food chains.
Paul and Robert describe how the gardens can encourage active enquiry and cross-curricular approaches to science.
Paul considers ways of teaching about ecosystems that challenge doing things 'the way we have always done them'.
Rob Bowker shows how children's perceptions of tropical rainforest developed through their observational drawings.
The notorious ease with which headphone flex becomes knotted provides the basis for classroom projects showing how cutting-edge mathematics and exp
Robert A. J. Matthews