A series of videos to demonstrate changing materials to primary students.
Make a bath bomb with your primary students to investigate gases, and changing materials.
Collect carbon soot from a candle to investigate changing materials with your primary students.
Put out a fire with a jug of carbon dioxide to demonstrate changing materials, irreversible reactions, and gases to primary students.
Make a freaky inflatable hand to demonstrate irreversible reactions to primary students.
Make a lava lamp to explore mixing liquids and more concepts in primary science.
Freeze different liquids to demonstrate the effects with your primary students.
Demonstrate the movement of particles, and Brownian Motion, with this primary science demonstration.
Dissolve polystyrene cups to demonstrate a different type of dissolving to primary students. This demonstration uses nail polish remover please handle this with great care and follow the safety guidance on the packaging.
From the Catalyst Primary Science series. Presenters: Sue Halliday & Lorelly Wilson.
For more information, you can watch our introduction to the video series. Or you can watch Alan Heaton introduce the background to series, and thank the presenters.
Fun demonstrations of different mixtures, including racing liquids and rainbow colours
Display some exciting solid properties to primary students: including biscuit bashing, dissolving and heavy sugar
Showing the properties of gases to primary students, with examples from: the leaky bottle and the sticky cups
A lesson presentation with activities for your 11–14 students on polymers and their properties
Use your smartphone to measure changes in concentration across different juice drinks at home or in the classroom. Includes a video aimed at learners, kit list, instruction and explanation.
Explore polymers and redox via food wrap innovations with this activity for 11–16 students
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