<p>Snap Science is a dynamic, comprehensive programme packed with inspirational resources.</p>
How a relevant and meaningful science curriculum was developed at a school for young people with autism spectrum disorders.
By looking into provision for learners with identified special educational needs we can learn more about how to meet individual children's needs an
Dr Leigh Hoath
In this activity children pick from a range of investigations to explore, question and develop their ideas about floating and sinking.
<p>In this activity children learn why currency notes are being replaced with polymer materials and why coins are made of metal.</p>
In this activity children take on the role of Palaeontologists as they hunt for fossils, make their own fossil by casting and design display panels.
In this activity children use the exciting space mission to understand the concept of orbits and to link this to their understanding of gravity.
Hayley Dymond and her year 6 class used microbes as starting points to create links between science and art.
In this activity children will investigate the properties of water and oil and will try to find a way to separate the two liquids.
In these activities children determine which snails are found in which habitats and have a better understanding of evolution and adaptation.
In this activity children investigate how rocks react differently when in water and do this by testing the permeability of a selection of rocks.
In this activity children learn about swine flu and its symptoms and look at how viruses spread and consider how they can be contained.