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E.ON workshops, designed for a maximum of 30 pupils, explore concepts in physics, design and technology and engineering. They are delivered by STEM experts and adjusted appropriately for the age group. E.ON provide the kit.The Learning Zone
Designed especially for children by Oxford University Museum of Natural History, there are lots of fun things to do and learn here. Sections include: Animals, Insects, Rocks, Fossils, Minerals, Funstuff.DK Find Out
A fantastic primary encyclopedia type site from Dorling Kindersley. Find out about dinosaurs, space, animals, nature and more. Fun learning activities for kids with videos, quizzes and galleries.STEM Learning Primary Resources
Support and resources for primary 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 and Plants for Schools
Fantastic lesson plans and teaching tools for teaching plant science. Great if you are looking for teaching ideas for all ages.Primary STEM rescourses
Free teaching resources and classroom activities for primary aged children which include lesson plans, handouts and film clips.BASF Virtual Lab
Work your way around the lab trying experiments on the way. You will need to choose equipment and you will be able to observe what happens. A superb resource aimed at fostering an interest in science.Minibeasts
An interactive where you explore the body of a ladybird, an ant and a bee. You can rotate and zoom in on the minibeasts and click on hotspots which explain interesting facts about bees, ants and ladybirds. Brilliant in full-screen mode on an IWB.Life Stages
A life stages activity, with audio, where children need to drag and drop various of images into the correct positions on the relevant life stages. It includes life stages of a butterfly, chicken, flower, frog, human and a tree.Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut
Train Like an Astronaut is an international challenge for 8 to 12 year olds which focuses on health, science, fitness and nutrition.There are lots of free resources to help educators teach the principles of health and exercise, using a space context.