Lego has provided the building blocks of many children's early years.
Liz Clayden has visited the Galapagos and describes the crucial influence they had on Darwin's ideas.
This article discusses the interrelationship between science and religion, and considers the challenges of teaching evolution in a predominantly Mu
Michele shows how electronic voting devices can prove a useful and manageable tool in science activities and assessment.
Mike Dennis, Adrienne Duggan and Deb McGregor describe how drama can help develop a greater understanding of adaptation and evolution
Nicki Wise, Deb McGregor and James Bird describe the impact of using iPads to help children aged 8 and 9 think about materials.
Rachel Linfield shows how her 'old fashioned' ways can help with enquiry, questions and much more all nicely wrapped too!
Rania Gikopoulou describes how her 5th graders (age 11) learn about abstract phenomena through models of their microscopic structure.
Robbie Kirkman from the Eden Project describes some of their ideas and activities that support the primary science curriculum.
Rupert suggests easy activities for engaging children's interest in adaptation and other Darwinian concepts.
Stuart Scrase, a year 6 teacher and the science coordinator at a Tower Hamlet's Primary School, reflects on teaching evolution for the first t
Sue asked teachers in focus groups to discuss their knowledge of Darwin and how they might introduce Darwinian science.