Discover primary science resources that link to history, geography, literacy, numeracy and sustainability
Introduce learners to the pH scale and the Universal Indicator chart by using these colour by number worksheets.
Get hands on with H2O, changing states of matter and the water cycle. These experiments and investigations involve water in the context of space
Introduce your students to bacteria and how to stop food spoiling with this short podcast.
In Search of Solutions: As chemical engineers, you are contracted to determine how to identify several different white powders… Linking to topics on chemical reactions and physical/chemical changes.
Practical problem solving investigation including filtration, distillation and temperature. Learners purify water from a muddy pond to survive.
Introduce your students to liquids of different densities with this short podcast.
Introduce your students to solutions, mixtures and separation techniques with this short podcast.
Introduce your students to solids, liquids, gases and changes of state with this short podcast.
Join Kareena and her superhero friend K-mistry for this short podcast introducing children to how scientific theories have changed over time.
Give your pupils the knowledge and the opportunity to classify materials according to rocks, minerals and fossils.
A collection of common sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous rocks. Each rock has images showing particle arrangements, the rock after weathering, hand sized specimens and the rock in use.
A resource pack including a student worksheet, teachers’ notes and four presentations looking at one of the most vital substances on planet Earth - water.
This resource explores the concept of climate justice using case studies from Scotland and Somaliland. The resource takes a global citizenship approach and links to the Curriculum for Excellence.
A series of short videos to illustrate practical science activities from the Primary Science Teaching Trust. The videos explore changes of state and are based on the story of the Titanic.
Engaging practical science activities for 9-11 year olds from the Primary Science Teaching Trust. Download lesson plans and other support materials for activities with links to football, other sports and space.
A downloadable book, teacher guides and activity packs from the Primary Science Teaching Trust and Jurassic Coast Trust. Use these to support the teaching of rocks, fossils and evolution, and bring the wonder of the Jurassic Coast into your classroom.
Discover tips from STEM Learning for teaching science through stories. These resources include book summaries, hints and tips for teaching the science and further stories on a similar theme. Great for including science in literacy lessons.
Explore STEM Learning’s resources for teaching science through cross curricular topics. The resources cover history, music, art and geography.
Find out about the Royal Society’s book prize and discover this year’s top science books for young people.