Excellent interactive Flash science activities for primary-aged children matched to curriculum requirements throughout the UK. Display well interactive whiteboards.Understanding Electricity with TwoThirtyVolts
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!Light and Shadows
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.Energise Anything!
Video animations and activities linked to the STEM curriculum for primary or secondary classrooms.STEM
Support and resources for teachers and educators in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths). You will need to register to access online and physical resources, online community groups and more.Science Museum Classroom Resources
Excellent fun science resources for school or home with step-by-step instructions for teachers, parents and children. The activities section provides excellent ideas for science weeks in schools.GCSE Bitesize Revision - Science
Comprehensive coverage of GCSE science topics which have been arranged by exam board specifications. Interactive quizzes to test your knowledge, but don't wait for revision time before you try it out.Pushing and Pulling
Activities where children should find out the difference between pulling and pushing and have the opportunity to predict what will happen when a toy car is pushed. It works well on an interactive whiteboard.Power Up
A fantastic site where you can find out about electricity and how to use it safely. Learn about things that run on electricity, circuits, where electricity comes from and much more. There are games to play.Changing Shapes of Materials
A useful teaching site to demonstrate how materials change shape when they are squashed, pulled, pushed, turned, stretched and twisted. It lends itself well to use on an interactive whiteboard and children can predict the effects of forces.