A hands-on investigation task that allows students to design, create, and evaluate the effectiveness of a parachute.
Hands-on materials designed to help students make and experiment with thermochromic slime.
A set of 89 task cards to help students learn about patterns in nature.
A teaching presentation discussing the development of a scientific hypothesis.
A 20 slide teaching presentation to use when introducing your students to the scientific method.
A hands on sorting activity for materials that stretch, bend and twist.
A science experiment which explores how sound travels.
A sorting card game to help students consolidate their knowledge of physical changes in Chemical Science.
A worksheet to help the students begin the process of a scientific investigation.
A template to use when investigating animals, their offspring and how they grow and change.
A science experiment which explores how light travels.
A hands-on investigation task that allows students to work directly with the forces they have been learning.
A science experiment which explores the growth and change of a seedling.
This teaching presentation introduces gravity as a force.
An educational fact sheet introducing the students to the R.E.R.U.N. method for writing a scientific conclusion.
An educational teaching presentation introducing the students to the R.E.R.U.N. method for writing a scientific conclusion.
A worksheet to use when exploring the sun as a light source.
A science experiment which explores the food preferences of ants.
A science experiment which investigates the buoyancy of different objects when placed in water.
A science investigation in which the students observe changes that occur to various objects over time.
A teaching presentation discussing the development of scientific lines of questioning.
A comprehensive set of posters, activities and worksheets related to the concept of light.
This Science unit addresses the concept of forces.
A 30-minute assessment designed to assess students' ability to describe physical changes in materials.
This Biological Sciences unit covers a range of concepts relating to living things, such as their external features and the places in which their needs are met.
This Biological Sciences unit explores how living things grow and change. Animal offspring (including humans) are compared with their parents and plants are grown from seed in order to observe change over a period of weeks.
This Physical Sciences unit addresses the concepts of light and sound and how they are sensed.
This Earth and Space Sciences unit explores how and why changes occur in the sky and landscape, and develops students' ability to describe these changes in their local environment.
This Chemical Sciences unit investigates the physical changes of materials and how properties change when materials stretch, bend, twist, heat or cool. Students predict how materials will vary and whether they can be returned to their original state.
A 60-minute lesson designed to summarise the physical changes that occur when things stretch, bend, twist, heat and cool.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will develop their understanding of the concept of metamorphosis.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the stages of the human life cycle.