Niki Whitburn sets children the challenge of producing 'clean' water and investigating the real-life process to help them appreciate the
Alan explores the ideas that began to shape Darwin's theories as he sailed up the west coast of South America on his way to the Galapagos Isla
Andy Markwick sheds light on how Year 6 (aged 10-11) children can work scientifically with light and shadows.
Angela explains how Kew is encouraging primary school children to explore Darwin's big ideas and take part in real science research through th
Anjana describes the relationship between fossils and evolution and how this will be celebrated at this year's annual Fossil Festival: 'E
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Cally describes how young children can become involved in a large-scale investigation of adaptation in snails.
Carol Bostrom describes a cross-curricular approach to studying weather that enthused her class.
The author looks at why we should and how we could teach evolution to younger children.
This article shares some activities developed by the project to engage and enthuse children.
Colin Foster thinks that creationist claims can provide a good opportunity in the science classroom for examining the evidence for evolution.
David describes the impact of visitors on the ecology and life of the Galapagos Islands.
Gokhan Serin describes how the weather provided an ideal context for integrating science, technology, engineering and maths in the classroom.