Niki Whitburn sets children the challenge of producing 'clean' water and investigating the real-life process to help them appreciate the
Andy Markwick sheds light on how Year 6 (aged 10-11) children can work scientifically with light and shadows.
Anne Buckley and Kim Harvey explain how playdough can provide a fun way for children to learn the basics and conduct further enquiries.
Carol Bostrom describes a cross-curricular approach to studying weather that enthused her class.
The authors describe how children worked with professional scientists to do environmental research in their local river.
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Gokhan Serin describes how the weather provided an ideal context for integrating science, technology, engineering and maths in the classroom.
The authors learn through their enthusiasm for fieldwork and biodiversity.
Julian Grant explores the cross-curricular nature of language in scientific recording and how children can waken an audible science world with wor
Luke Tilley explores the world of insects and offers ideas on how you can get involved during National Insect Week.
Maria Kambouri and Anthia Michaelides try using drama and mime with young children in Cyprus to help them understand the water cycle.
Mathew Richardson from the Met Office explains what the national weather service can offer you to help teach about the science behind weather and f