Based on the Australian Curriculum, Science Understanding in Science Year 6 includes:
A collection of worksheets to use when teaching students about the structural, behavioural and physiological adaptations of plants and animals.
A 28 slide editable PowerPoint Template for teaching a unit on plant and animal adaptation.
A comprehension activity about 'What are Earthquakes?'
A 45 slide editable PowerPoint template for teaching a unit on natural disasters.
Use our 3-page graphic organiser to research and report on a significant natural disaster from the last 100 years.
A set of 8 posters highlighting some physical adaptations of plants and animals.
A poster explaining the main types of plate boundaries and their effects on the earth's surface.
4 posters showing the different types of adaptations.
A worksheet to use when introducing the concept of natural disasters.
An activity to use when exploring the potential effects of natural disasters, and how to manage these.
A 19-slide editable PowerPoint template about floods and their impact on communities.
An hands-on experiment to be conducted by students when investigating earthquakes.
A poster of the world map featuring 64 species and subspecies that are on the critically endangered list.
A worksheet that explores how to read and write circuit diagrams.
A poster showing the different types of geographic features of Earth.
Posters with pictures and information for eight different types of natural disasters.
69 weathering and erosion related vocabulary cards for a word wall.
An educational poster showing the structure of the Earth.
Review the different natural resources with a word search.
Sixty-nine natural disaster related vocabulary cards for a word wall.
A hands-on experiment to use when exploring natural disasters.
A cloze worksheet about bushfires.
A 23 slide editable PowerPoint to use when teaching your students about electricity in Science.
Create a wall display showing different types of circuits and related vocabulary.
A cloze activity to use when learning about the layers of the Earth and plate tectonics.
Display and examine renewable and non-renewable energy sources, including wind, hydro, solar, natural gas, oil and coal.
A comprehension task to use when learning about flooding.
A worksheet for considering whether an energy source is sustainable.
An educational poster highlighting the main landforms created by tectonic plate movement.
An earthquake inquiry task with graphic organiser and newspaper article planning sheet.
An inquiry project that encourages students to research animals and their habitats and design a reptile house in a theme park.
A vocabulary task for students to use when demonstrating their understanding of the impact of floods in Australia.