<p>In this activity children are asked to work out a recipe for a new chocolate bar.</p>
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.
Students and lecturers at Manchester Metropolitan University try to explain this seemingly simple phenomenon.
In this activity children argue why a hydrogen-powered plane will be better for the environment and learn about other gases and their uses.
In this activity children use their science knowledge to identify ingredients and compare reversible and irreversible changes of heating and cooling.
An exciting new challenge for pupils to develop solutions to the problems caused by plastic waste globally.
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.