The authors describe how children worked with professional scientists to do environmental research in their local river.
The authors learn through their enthusiasm for fieldwork and biodiversity.
How the periodic table came to be devised and why one version is now the preferred format.
Luke Tilley explores the world of insects and offers ideas on how you can get involved during National Insect Week.
Nicola Kitchen shows you how approaching pond-dipping in the right way can lead to children appreciating the real complexity of food chains.
Paul and Robert describe how the gardens can encourage active enquiry and cross-curricular approaches to science.
Rob Bowker shows how children's perceptions of tropical rainforest developed through their observational drawings.
Sue Fielding and Meriel Jones share how the Bonkers Bugs team used the outdoors as a cross-curricular learning environment.
This competition, now in its fourth year, fits into the curriculum and helps to develop Working Scientifically too, it also fits perfectly with man
The Great Bug Hunt 2018!
Electrical investigations from the archives: Continuing our exploration into the archives of our ‘Red and Blacks’ – Developing 10-11 Years understa
The ASE Science swap shop is full of shared ideas for activities for each age range (Age 3-11).