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Life Cycle of a Frog

A drag and drop activity to see if you can complete the diagram of the life cycle of a frog.

Teachers, Pupils

Not tablet friendly

5-7 year olds
Forces Lab

Really good interactive diagrams which show real-life forces and actions which affect buildings and structures like bridges.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

11-14 year olds
The Water Cycle

An illustrated explanation of the water cycle. There is advice on how to use water wisely and diagrams to colour.

Teachers, Pupils

Not tablet friendly

11-14 year olds
Triangle Sort

You can learn how Venn Diagrams work here when you have to sort the 2D shapes into two groups: triangles and other shapes.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

5-7 year olds
Ancient Civilizations

This site from the British Museum has information on ancient civilizations and is organised in themes; cities, technology, trade, writing, buildings and religion. It includes photographs, diagrams, a Mesopotamian creation story and a game.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

11-16 year olds
Elements of the Periodic Table

A lesson with audio and excellent diagrams which can help you to understand the elements of the periodic table, their properties, reactions, and uses. Suitable for IWB.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

14-16 year olds
Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology of the Human Eye

A comprehensive website about eyes which includes diagrams.

Teachers, Pupils

Partly tablet friendly

11-18 year olds
Diet and Digestion

A superb site on digestion. It examines the food groups and a healthy diet. The process of digestion is well explained with diagrams and there are interactive questions.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Tablet friendly

11-16 year olds
Label the Cells

Try your hand at dragging and dropping the labels onto the diagrams of plant and animal cells by moving them into the correct position.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

11-14 year olds
The Structure of a Leaf

Label the different parts on this cross section diagram of a leaf? Works well on an interactive whiteboard.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

11-16 year olds
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