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Interact with these 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.

7-11 year olds

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.

6-8 year olds

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.

8-12 year olds

Teaching Science through Stories

Looking for inspiration for science activities in the classroom? This site has some great ideas taking stories as a starting point. Well worth exploring.

5-11 year olds

Galaxy Pugs

Galaxy Pugs is a Key Stage 1 science game features missions where children learn about plants, animals, materials, the human body, habitats and micro habitats.

6-7 year olds

Earth Squad Go!

Earth Squad Go! is a science game where you can explore different habitats and complete challenges about the living world about plants, animals and the human body.

7-11 year olds

Dinosaur Discovery

Young children will love this game about dinosaurs. It is both informative presenting facts in a fun way. Children can learn how dinosaurs protected themselves and how some were carnivores or herbivores.

5-8 year olds


A free education programme that brings science to life through relatable curriculum-led activities. Inspire students to explore topical and relevant science activities.

9-14 year olds

Dead, Living and Non-Living

An excellent video and activity explaining the differences between dead, living and non-living things.

6-7 year olds
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Big Picture

Big Picture, from the Wellcome Trust, is aimed at post-16 biology teachers and students has a fantastic array of free online resources including activities, animations, videos, lesson plans, articles, images, and more.

16-18 year olds
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