Materials may be natural or man-made. They may exist as solids, liquids and gases, and as a mixture of states.
Knowing about the properties of everyday materials found around us helps us choose the right material for the job.
This interactive activity explores the links between the food we eat and the energy it gives us.
The authors describe a cross-curricular investigation into meteor impacts in the engaging context of craters on the Moon.
These three A3 posters explaining aerosol cans suitable for students aged 13-18 are free for schools in the UK and EU.
TAPS aims to develop support for a valid, reliable and manageable system of primary school science assessment.
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Bert Nagel explores how, using just drinking straws and staples, you can make wands that produce beautiful soap bubbles.
Bryony uses her experience as a Space Ambassador to recommend, and provide links to, resources that use space as a context for teaching across the
The popular science shows that strip science down to its bare essentials.
A case study is presented in which a group of secondary school students took on a task in which they had to design and implement a method to measur
Easy ways to demonstrate temperature-sensing with thermochromic paint and to measure force with Electrolycra.
Chris King from the Earth Science Education Unit outlines some activities that develop learning about Earth processes and the rocks they form throu