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Teeth and Eating

This resource looks at teeth in both humans and animals. It covers the functions of the different types of teeth, their development and how to look after teeth properly. The site works well on an interactive whiteboard in full-screen mode.

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Flash

9-11 year olds
Microorganisms

Find out which microorganisms are useful and which are harmful. This site works well on an interactive whiteboard.

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Flash

7-11 year olds
Plants and Animals in the Local Environment

Learn more about the environments which plants and animals live in through this game where you sort the living things.

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Flash

6-8 year olds
How My Body Moves

This animated site is about different types of joints in our bodies.

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Flash

7-11 year olds
Variation

The site looks how living things can be sorted into different groups according to their similarities and differences. Suitable for use on an interactive whiteboard.

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Flash

7-11 year olds
e-Bug

e-Bug is a free educational resource for classroom and home use and makes learning about micro-organisms, the spread, prevention and treatment of infections.

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Flash

7-14 year olds
Microorganisms

Spot the micro-organisms at work in the scene and find out more about each type. Can you sort them into good and bad micro-organisms?

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Flash

9-11 year olds
Baby Animals

Find out why spring is an ideal time for animals to have their young. There is information about calves, lambs, birds and about animals coming out of hibernation. Written at two levels of difficulty.

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Not Flash

6-11 year olds
Minibeasts by My Learning

A super site which can help you to understand minibeasts or invertebrates to give them their proper name. It includes an interactive game called Super Bugs, giving you the chance to create your own minibeast.

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Partly Flash

8-13 year olds
Variation

A well illustrated, narrated lesson about how living things are sorted into different groups according to their characteristics.

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Flash

9-14 year olds
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