753 BCE–476 CE
In this experiment, students describe what is observed when ethanoic acid and sodium hydrogen carbonate are mixed, using key terms such as reaction, fizzing or effervesce and gas.
In this experiment, students determine how different sized materials with binder increase the stability and strength of mortar and concrete. Also, students can test how altering the proportions of cement, water and different aggregates affects concrete’s properties.
In this experiment, students determine what is meant by an alloy, produce their own (solder) and identify ow the alloy’s properties differ from those of its constituent elements.
In this experiment, students produce Plaster of Paris, which they then use to produce a cast, in order to identify the items that have left an impression in an apple.
Discover the links between art and science through different historical eras.
The Egyptian art era spans 3000–300 BCE. Discover the links between Egyptian art and science
The Ancient Greek art era spans 3000–30 BCE. Discover the links between Ancient Greek art and chemistry