Niki Whitburn sets children the challenge of producing 'clean' water and investigating the real-life process to help them appreciate the
Andy Markwick and Kevin Watts explore properties and changes of materials, introducing some ideas for chemistry activities.
Bert Nagel explores how, using just drinking straws and staples, you can make wands that produce beautiful soap bubbles.
Bert Nagel shares another interesting and simple adaptation to create something special out of the ordinary.
Claire Walker describes how one child's question created buzz and excitement leading to an engaging and productive investigation for her class
Deborah Wilkinson and Wayne Stallard consider how materials can support learning and teaching in the primary classroom.
Rheology is an enormously far-reaching branch of physics (or physical chemistry) and has a number of different guises.
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Gokhan Serin describes how the weather provided an ideal context for integrating science, technology, engineering and maths in the classroom.
Could de Broglie's revolutionary idea that an electron in an atomic orbit can behave as a wave have been inspired by a Himalayan singing bowl?
Lego has provided the building blocks of many children's early years.
Maria Kambouri and Anthia Michaelides try using drama and mime with young children in Cyprus to help them understand the water cycle.
Mathew Richardson from the Met Office explains what the national weather service can offer you to help teach about the science behind weather and f