An exciting new challenge for pupils to develop solutions to the problems caused by plastic waste globally.
In this activity children use their science knowledge to identify ingredients and compare reversible and irreversible changes of heating and cooling.
In this activity children decide how they can make secret writing and consider why erasable paper might be useful.
In this activity children consider why the settlement crumbled yet Stonehenge is still standing and use their knowledge of rocks to explain why.
<p>In this activity children will use knowledge about evaporation to understand what has happened to the water on Mars.</p>
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 consider the conditions necessary for an egg to hatch and predict the ideal conditions for an incubator.
In this activity children consider what other materials could be used to make bags and choose a suitable material to stop using plastic bags.
In this activity children look at the factors that affect dissolving to plan an investigation to find out the quickest method of removing the new gum.
Students and lecturers at Manchester Metropolitan University try to explain this seemingly simple phenomenon.
In this activity children dissolve salt in water to make a saturated solution and investigate evaporation on the size of salt crystals grown.
In this activity children decide what information the cooker would need in order to cook the food without burning it.