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    Science Fun at Home

    Simple and engaging practical science activities from the Primary Science Teaching Trust. These are open ended, adaptable for any age and include linked follow up activities.

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    Colour by pH


    Introduce learners to the pH scale and the Universal Indicator chart by using these colour by number worksheets. 

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    The ‘broken’ practical approach


    Take this approach to practical work to ensure students are learning, not just doing

  • A photo of small bottles and spot plates

    Microscale technicians in trouble! investigation


    Some solutions have been mixed up – help the technicians work out which is which

  • A photo of a woman holding a menstrual cup and a tampon

    Period products | 14–16 years


    Complete a life-cycle assessment for three period products: tampons, period pads and menstrual cups. Ask learners to use their judgement to recommend the product with the least environmental impact

  • logo for edible experiments showing cartoon foods in flasks and test tubes

    Edible experiments

    Discover the importance of chemistry in everyday eating experiences with this collection of edible experiments. 

  • Group of primary pupils siting on the floor

    Kitchen science podcasts

    Use these short podcasts to introduce children to the chemistry all around them in their kitchen.

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    That’s Chemistry!

    Discover the informative chapters of That’s Chemistry! Each chapter explains a chemistry concept and gives numerous ideas for activites to support students’ learning.

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    Primary science video demonstrations

    Discover a range of demonstrations that you can use to wow your learners and get them thinking about simple chemistry concepts.

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    Science ideas webs

    Embed science learning into your history lessons with these ideas webs. Each web suggests activities for three different age ranges.

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    Reactivity of metals | practical videos | 14–16 years

    Video with supporting resources featuring three experiments investigating the relative reactivity of metals, including metal displacement reactions in microscale

  • Young primary pupils sieving sand

    Tidy and sort

    This package provides an opportunity for the children to investigate a variety of ‘mixtures’ and the means by which they are best separated. The activities are put in context using a storybook, in which two sisters are presented with tubs of mixed objects to sort out. One of the sisters always wants to find the easiest way to sort the objects, and the other sister begins to use the same approach.

  • Primary pupils watch a scientist setting up equipment in a lab

    Science of healthy skin

    Children get the opportunity to replicate actual processes used in industry - researching, developing and producing ingredients for use in home care, personal products and health care. Children explore and learn about processes involved and challenges faced within industry, and develop and implement creative ideas and innovative solutions to scientific and industrial problems.

  • Primary pupils display a block of soap they have made

    Kitchen concoctions

    Focusing on the use of mixtures in the kitchen, children examine a mince-pie as a ‘mixture’ and compare ‘real’ dairy cream with imitation aerosol cream. Activities include making a soap bar, developing a bubble mixture, investigating the effectiveness of washing products, and making a simple fire extinguisher.

  • Women working in a lab

    Sustainable stories and solutions for our planet

    This resource highlights the issues and impacts of sustainability for 9-11 year old children. It contains several practical and discussion activities, in teachers’ guidance, children’s sheets and Powerpoint presentations.

  • Science student in wheelchair works with professor to measure out solutions

    Meet the scientists

    Find resources to help introduce your primary pupils to historical and modern-day scientists

  • Female primary school teachers reads a book to her class

    Cross-curricular activities

    Make links across your curriculum with these resources that connect science with history, geography, literacy, numeracy and sustainability

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    The RSC’s LGBT+ toolkit

    Resources to make a real difference towards LGBT+ inclusivity in science

  • Group of primary pupils watch their teacher do a science demonstration using a candle

    Experiments and investigations

    Discover experiments and investigations you can do in your classroom. Browse our videos, instructions and teacher guidance

  • Primary school pupil writes in her book while looking at plants

    Resources for 9-11 years

    Explore our resources for teaching science to pupils aged 9-11 years. Browse by topic to find PowerPoint slides, teacher guidance and more