In this activity children design a boat made of recyclable materials and consider the forces acting on a boat.
In this activity children learn about the dangers of hypothermia and the need to keep warm and dress a figure suitably for mountaineering.
In this activity children will investigate the properties of materials to build a raft to cross the river or to carry their equipment.
<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 learn about reversible and irreversible changes. They correctly sequence the story of how chocolate is made.
In this activity children investigate the best conditions to stop the ice cube from melting and apply knowledge to describe how to save the snowman.
Students and lecturers at Manchester Metropolitan University try to explain this seemingly simple phenomenon.
In this activity children get to think about effective reuse and recycling methods, taking into account the properties of materials.
In this activity children will sort Christmas trees and decorations into groups and consider what materials to use to make an eco-friendly tree.
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.