Browse our resources for teaching states of matter, earth science, materials, chemical changes and more
Get hands on with H2O, changing states of matter and the water cycle. These experiments and investigations involve water in the context of space
Learn how to make fizzing bath bombs using ingredients from your kitchen cupboards. Includes video aimed at learners, kit list, instruction, and explanation.
Embed science learning into your history lessons with these ideas webs. Each web suggests activities for three different age ranges.
Discover the importance of chemistry in everyday eating experiences with this collection of edible experiments.
Use these short podcasts to introduce children to the chemistry all around them in their kitchen.
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Wow Science provides links to primary science learning materials across the web, helping children to enjoy science both inside and outside the classroom. Created by the Primary Science Teaching Trust in collaboration with Learning Science Ltd.
Discover teaching resources from Welsh Water, including videos, worksheets and plenty of links to literacy and numeracy. Some resources are available in Welsh.
Discover plenty of science activities that you can do using Gratnells trays. The activities include instructions, explanations of the science, and ideas for extension activities.
Find teaching resources for all primary science topics from the Primary Science Teaching Trust.
Discover useful websites and activities for teaching biology topics within the primary science curriculum.
Discover STEM Learning’s curated resources for teaching STEM subjects at primary level.
Use this video and experiment in your classroom or set as an activity for students to try out at home to explore why eating raw spinach leaves makes your mouth feel chalky.
A video aimed at learners, kit list, instruction, and explanation about how to get clean water from contaminated water using the stages of the water cycle.
Explore surface tension by making patterns in milk using items from the kitchen cupboard. Includes a video aimed at learners, kit list, instruction and explanation.
Home learning resources and activities from the Institute of Physics. Browse their free collection of easy and fun physics experiments and download activity packs to use in the classroom or for home learning, perfect for ages 7-11 years.