Definitely one not to be missed! Fabulous interactive Flash science activities for primary-aged children matched to curriculum requirements throughout the UK. Brilliant for use on interactive whiteboards too.
A fantastic free resource to support maths and science at Key Stages 3 and 4. There are wonderful interactive activities and study notes. Pupils can download the resources for offline use. Interactive whiteboard resources too. Superb!
Do you know what energy is and what uses energy? Find out here by exploring the rooms in the house. A great site with audio and animations that are fun. The site also covers electrical safety and power generation. Superb!
A fantastic, free resource which comprises of 12 online science experiments. Children will love it. It can help them learn about electricity, forces, protecting the environment, living things, micro-organisms and more. Schools need to register.
800 free interactive classroom resources aimed at 14+ age group and perfect for use on interactive whiteboards. Well worth investigating.
PEEP covers issues of ethics in Physics at GCSE level. The content is matched and cross referenced to exam syllabus requirements. Topics include, space, weapons, energy, climate, public health, historical figures and a news archive to track developments.
A fresh and funky site with everything you need to know to understand and stay safe around this energy source. Resources for teachers include lesson plans, revision notes, video clips and guides to practical experiments. It's great!
Super stories and activities by National Grid Education. Useful for topics on Energy, Forces and Materials. The resources work well on an interactive whiteboard.
Find out how a shadow changes when the properties (brightness, position, distance) of a light source are changed. The site is a good teaching aid when used on an IWB. Good for predicting outcomes.
Interactive Whiteboard teaching resources on Light, Sound, Forces and Motion, Earth and Beyond and Electricity. These are the same resources on Engineering Interact's Parkworld but without the game environment.