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|Education level||Resource name||Description|
A colouring-in sheet displaying life on the ocean floor. Kids can write their own captions on what they see.
This colouring-in sheet for kids is a great accompaniment for lessons around weather, the moon, stars and landscapes.
|Year 1||Animal characteristics||Starting with animal recognition, students progress to identifying different characteristics of animals and group creation of animal collages.|
A colouring-in sheet to accompany lessons on earth and space sciences.
|Year 2||Balloon powered car||Students will get to build their own toys in this lesson to learn about the action of motion.|
Combining the science of the life cycle with a beautifully shot video of a caterpillar emerging as a butterfly provides an entertaining day in class.
|Year 3||Is it Alive?||This fun lesson lets kids learn about the characterisistics of life and explore things that are living and non-living.|
Working with different liquids, students can learn about density levels through the creation of density towers.
|Year 6||Circuits, lesson one||Students will learn a range of electrical terminology, discuss electricity in their daily lives and complete and online quiz.|
|Year 6||Circuits, lesson two||In part two of this lesson, students will put into practise their knowedge by creating a circuit.|
|Year 7||Gravity||Using a cleverly re-worded music clip, students will learn about gravity and related terms before designing their own gravity experiments.|
This lesson focuses on the question, “Despite strong scientific evidence, why do some people deny climate change?”
Looking at the ethics of biotechnology students have the opportunity to question who we are and how we live.
|Year 9||Introduction to atoms||There's no better place to begin the teachings of chemistry than with an introduction to atoms.|
|Year 9||Symbiosis||This lesson plan is an introduction to symbiosis, looking at the relationship between birds and trees through an artfully produced short video.|
|Year 10||International Space Station||Students refine their understanding of the International Space Station as part of developing an understanding of science's practical applications.|
|Year 10||Overcoming CO2 pollution||What is Carbon Capture? Why are some people in favour of it? Why do some people oppose it? Students will answer these questions and more.|
Students learn about one of science’s most commonly accepted theories and research evidence to support it.
|Secondary||Biology - Classifying organisms||Sharks and aliens make for interesting subjects when using and creating dichotomous keys for classification.|
|Secondary||Chemistry - Dissolution of ionic and covalent substances||Students will be able to explain how water dissolves ionic and covalent compounds using intermolecular forces in this example lesson.|
|Secondary||Earth and Environmental Sciences - Cycles of nature||The carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycles are explained in this example lesson plan with accompanying worksheets to consolidate learning.|
|Secondary||Physics - Methods of heat transfer||Using popcorn as one example, students will learn to identify different types of heat transfer and explain each in terms of heat source and destination.|