Materials may be natural or man-made. They may exist as solids, liquids and gases, and as a mixture of states.
In this activity children use the exciting space mission to understand the concept of orbits and to link this to their understanding of gravity.
In this activity children investigate the effects of gravity and create a series of force diagrams to explain what it would be like in zero gravity.
In this activity children investigate the movement of waves and use a chart to explain how to predict when a tsunami may hit.
In this activity children learn about friction and investigate the grip of different shoes to decide which are appropriate for racing on sports day.
In this activity children learn about buoyancy and how it is affected by different water conditions and learn the importance of a Plimsoll Line.
These images are ideal for stimulating discussion in science topics for students of all ages and for student project work.
Resources developed by the Climate Change Schools Project to support climate literacy.
Royal Meteorological Society
In this activity children design a boat made of recyclable materials and consider the forces acting on a boat.
In this activity children will determine from which type of material the robot should be made and will learn that some metals are magnetic.
In this activity children work out how Tasers work in the context of Wonder Woman learning how to use it.
In this activity children will learn what happens when electrical circuits are broken.