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Acid Base Reactions

A tutorial which explains how different bases react with acids and test your knowledge on the word equations for the reactions.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

14-16 year olds
Cell Fertilisation

An illustrated tutorial which shows that fertilisation in humans and plants is a fusion between a male and female cell. Test your knowledge in the multiple choice quiz.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

11-16 year olds
Seeing with Sound

Explore questions about sound properties and how sound travels as a wave through diagrams and simulations. For example, identify the effects of compression waves on the vibration speed of particles.

Teachers, Pupils

Tablet-friendly

11-14 year olds
How the Body Works

Click on a body part to watch movies, read articles, do quizzes and activities all about the human body.

Pupils, Parents

Tablet-friendly

7-14 year olds
Interactive Science Exercises

Useful science revision exercises on a variety of topics. You can check your answers and print out your score.

Teachers, Pupils

Partly tablet-friendly

11-16 year olds
MetLink

Teaching resources for teaching weather and climate in schools.

Teachers

Partly tablet-friendly

5-18 year olds
Learn about Forces

Aimed at Key Stage 1 this animated site is about Forces and Motion. It covers pushes, pulls, changing direction and speed, upthrust, friction and fair testing. The animations are set around familiar situations in the home and park.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

5-7 year olds
GCSE Bitesize - Audio

Make revision easier with audio revision bites from BBC Bitesize. You can either listen to them online or download them to your MP3 player.

Pupils

Partly tablet-friendly

14-16 year olds
A Healthy Lunchbox

Select items for a healthy lunchbox by dragging and dropping the various foods.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

5-11 year olds
Exploring Fossils and the Fossil Record

An animation where you can find out how fossils help us know what life was like millions of years ago. Then go on your own fossil dig.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds
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