A delightful non-fiction text with information about nocturnal animals such as the fox, owl, hedgehog, badger and bat.RSPB Kids Learn about Nature
Learn and play your way through the wonderful world of wildlife.Scottish Woodlands
Find out about seasonal changes in trees, what trees need to live and grow healthily and how trees both living and dead support life.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.Food Chain Challenge - Woodland
Explore the interactive scene to find different food chains in a woodland habitat.BioEthics Education Project
Find information on a wide range of bioethical issues such as gm crops, climate change, genetic technology, pollution, biodiversity, farming and cloning. There is an online discussion area and teaching resources matched to A Level syllabi.RSPCA Primary Assemblies
The RSPCA has produced assembly ideas aimed at promoting animal welfare.BBC Bitesize Science Key Stage 2
Colourful, interactive science activities from the BBC Bitesize on the key areas: materials, energy, light and sound, humans, plants and animals. Designed for 10 to 11 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.Nocturnal Animals
A wonderful site with clear concise information about bats, owls, badgers, foxes and hedgehogs. Facts include food, habitats, special features and family. A super non-fiction resource.