Use critical thinking and problem-solving skills with this set of STEM challenge cards.
A set of instructions and posters to create an experiment with thermochromic slime.
A 17-slide teaching presentation to use when exploring some of the features of environments.
A set of three posters describing some of the features of environments.
A worksheet that explores changes to observable features of the environment.
A science investigation in which the students observe changes that occur to various objects over time.
A worksheet that explores how features of a local environment may change.
A science experiment that explores the absorptive properties of materials.
A worksheet to help the students begin the process of a scientific investigation.
A set of job description cards to use when conducting science experiments or during science group work.
A science experiment which explores the growth and change of a seedling.
A science experiment which explores how sound travels.
A science experiment which explores the food preferences of ants.
A science experiment which explores how light travels.
A STEM challenge suitable for students in the early years.
A science experiment which explores the structural adaptation of blubber.
A 16-slide PowerPoint Presentation to use when exploring the five senses.
A hands-on science experiment about biodegradability.
A worksheet to use during a nature walk to encourage children to listen, smell, look, and feel!
A fun checklist of activities for children to do outdoors during a nature walk.
Make outdoor play a learning opportunity with our fun nature scavenger hunt worksheet.
A hands-on experiment to use when investigating how shelters protect living things.
A hands-on experiment to use when investigating how energy can make things move.
A hands-on experiment to use when investigating how oxygen is made.
A set of 2 worksheets for students to record their science observations.
An experiment for students to observe the growth and change of a plant.
This Earth and Space Sciences unit explores how and why observable changes occur in the sky and landscape, and develops students' ability to describe these changes in their local environment.
A 60-minute lesson in which students will make observations using their 5 senses.