This collection of activities provides an online soil experiment as well as key facts about soil. Supported by teachers' notes and suitable for use with an interactive whiteboard.Bobinogs
Colourful interactive games from the BBC on the Bobinogs website. Ideal for nursery and reception age children.Animal Facts
A bright, informative site about the environment and nature especially written for young people. There are lots of animal and environment fact sheets.GCSE Bitesize - Physics
Test your knowledge on the Space Physics, Electricity, Magnetism and Electromagnetism, Energy, Forces, Waves and Atomic Structure in preparation for your GCSE Physics examination.Amusement Park Physics
What are the forces behind the fun at the amusement park? Find out how physics affects ride design.S-Cool! - Physics A Level
Super revision site which covers the main principles on most syllabuses. Check your own syllabus to ensure you have covered everything. You can test yourself and also print out a summary of the key points.Key Stage 3 Bitesize Science
Bitesize is useful for the essential facts you need to learn and then you can test yourself on the questions. You can choose your ability level from Levels 5 to 7.Forces Lab
Really good interactive diagrams which show real-life forces and actions which affect buildings and structures like bridges.GCSE Bitesize - Chemistry
Subjects covered include changing materials, geology, patterns of behaviour and structure of materials. Test yourself on the interactive quiz.What is Weather?
'Nice weather we're having!' But what does it mean? Explore the seven main weather elements such as wind direction and force, temperature, sunshine and more. Find out how weather affects people. Useful Flash movies.