Sally Hardman and Sue Luke take a look at how you can wow with rocks and bring fossils to life using discovery stations.
Showing how literacy and science really work well together, illustrated with an amazing story about the water cycle from Jamie (aged 9).
A former teacher explains what children can learn from having a mobile planetarium visit their school.
Steven Lewis-Neill explains how he supports the teaching of life cycles and offers some ideas to explore all year round.
Tara Lievesley shares a few thoughts and websites to support the teaching of rocks and fossils.
In this activity children use knowledge about the Sun to discover that it is the source of light for the Earth and light is essential to see things.
In this activity children will use their knowledge of the movement of the Sun to predict how to navigate using the Sun.
Simple 3-D ways to help teachers and children overcome some difficulties of understanding.
In this activity children learn about the scientific method and use evidence to decide whether or not Pluto is a planet.
In this activity children will test methods of measuring length and discuss their accuracy.
In this activity children consider scientific evidence about the Earth and other planets and consider what factors make a planet suitable for life.
Please note that this is just an extract, to get the complete article please see CLEAPSS Primary Science and Technology Issue 66.