Eat Move Learn teaches 7–11-year-olds about healthy eating and being active in a fun way. There are tips on growing things you can eat, on what we need to stay healthy and on activities to get you moving. Find out how to cook healthy meals and snacks.Roots & Shoots Mission Possible
The Roots & Shoots programme is about making positive change happen for our communities, for animals and for the environment. Register to access the free teacher's resources, available for use by schools in the UK.Switched On Kids
A really good site written especially for children which looks at sources of electricity and, electrical safety round the home. There are worksheets and activities. It works well on an interactive whiteboard.How the Lungs Work
Information on respiration. It includes an excellent animation with narration about how the lungs work and gas exchange.Pet Education
Pet Education Resources has been created to make it easier for teachers to find pet themed resources. The interactive map shows places you can visit or pet establishments who visits to schools.Why do Plants Grow in Spring?
Plants get what they need to grow in Spring. Here we explain what happens in easy language for young children to understand. Written at two levels of difficulty.Wildlife Explorer
Wildlife Explorer is a fabulous resource with information about wildlife living in the UK. It covers: invertebrates, mammals, marine creatures, birds, reptiles, amphibians and plants too.Coins in the Classroom
Explore the world of coins, their history, design and manufactures. Each lesson pack, designed for classrooms in England and Wales, comes complete with teachers’ notes, lesson plans, fact files, worksheets and whiteboard resource.NASA Kids' Club
NASA provides a safe website for children to play as they learn about NASA and its missions. Content includes images, games and activities on space including all the Solar System and missions. Download free app too.Circuit Construction Kit
Put together a circuit and test a switch and different items to see if they complete the circuit.