See if you can which changes are reversible and irreversible by testing different materials such as ice, eggs, sand and salty water by heating and cooling.Life Cycles
Learn the names of the different parts of a flower by taking a flower apart and labelling them. Use the magnifying glass to learn the functions of each part. Works well on an interactive whiteboard.Circuits and Conductors
Circuit activities where you can a range of materials to see if you can complete a circuit. See which conduct electricity and which do not. See also how you can change the effect of the power source.Friction
Test the results of pushing a car along tracks made of different materials. See which surface creates the most friction.Sound
A Flash website which shows how sounds are made up of vibrations which pass through a medium, such as air, to reach our ears.Organ Surgery
A interactive resource where you need to decide what organs of the body for various bodily functions: breathing, moving, digestion, waste removal and sensing. Suitable for IWB use.Arkive Teaching Resources
ARKive’s free fun-packed teaching resources cover a range of key science and biology subjects including: adaptation, food chains, Darwin and natural selection, classification, identification, conservation and biodiversity.Real World Science
Short, engaging multimedia resources from BP looking at science in a real-world context. Topics include combustion of fuels, energetic reactions, hydrocarbons from crude oil and more. You need to register to view.What Happens when you Breathe?
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.