It's enough to drive kids batty! How the natural world can be used to enhance the mathematics curriculum.
In this activity children use scientific knowledge and practice numeracy skills to devise a balanced insect-and-rice menu for a day in the jungle.
In this activity children are asked to consider why animals migrate and why it is important to understand their food chain.
Primary schools across England are being given the chance to combine mud with maths and spades with science, courtesy of free tree packs.
In this activity children can take part in a testing procedure and plot their results and discuss whether they agree with the scientists findings.
In this activity children investigate whether there are more left-handed people in the population now than 100 years ago.
In this activity children investigate the feasibility of growing wheat at home and explore different shapes of plot for the necessary area of cropping
In this activity children decide the reasons why the price of rice might be increasing so rapidly and study data to decide these major reasons.
We often talk about how literacy and science are related, about the links between being able to write explanations in both subjects for example, bu