50 Demonstrations and Experiments to make Science Engaging and Memorable

50 Demonstrations and Experiments to make Science Engaging and Memorable

50 demonstrations and experiments that have been used to make science engaging and memorable. There is a range of practical demonstrations and investigations for biology, chemistry and physics for different scientific topics for key stage 2, 3, 4 and 5. Topics include chemical reactions, nuclear fission, nuclear decay, half-life, life cycle of the star, food and digestion, sound, waves, earth and its atmosphere, speed, velocity, acceleration, DNA, genetics, cells, momentum, energy, efficiency, combustion, respiration, inertia, change of state, forces, magnets, electricity, polymers, super cooling, pykrete, seed dispersal, moments, heat transfers, convection, terminal velocity, rate of reaction, rockets, pH, acids and alkalis and pressure.
Scuttscience
Unique Stone Age Art & DT Lesson - Create a Flint Axe - Full Instructions and Extension Activities

Unique Stone Age Art & DT Lesson - Create a Flint Axe - Full Instructions and Extension Activities

Complete cross-curricula lesson with unique, easy to understand graphic instructions that children can follow (easier instructions included as well). Children create an incredible 3D Stone Age flint axe with easy to source art/DT materials and included axe head template. Starter, teaching input and reflective self-evaluation plenary worksheets are all included, plus an optional writing activity for early finishers. Included PowerPoint teaches children a little about how stones were used in the Stone Age, putting the lesson within an easily understandable historical context. Part of a 6 lesson complete unit of Stone Age art and design/DT available to buy from the TES.
TheFutureTeacherFoundation
Supporting learning and dealing with behaviour

Supporting learning and dealing with behaviour

The best way to deal with behaviour is to engage the student in their learning. This is done by developing a good rapport with the student and getting to know them. This is a resource that gives some ways to help engage students and can be used by staff and kept in planners to help them.
Scuttscience
QTS Numeracy Skills Test - Practice Test A

QTS Numeracy Skills Test - Practice Test A

A practice test paper for the QTS Numeracy Skills Test. The test is made up of 12 mental arithmetic questions (non-calculator) and 16 on-screen questions that are a mix of written arithmetic and interpreting data (calculators are allowed). Along with the practice test are fully worked solutions to all questions.
tomotoole
Trainee Teachers - NQTs - Aspiring Teachers - Effective Primary School Teaching Made Easy

Trainee Teachers - NQTs - Aspiring Teachers - Effective Primary School Teaching Made Easy

This unique and innovative pack from #1 bestselling authors in Primary Education TFTF, has been created to make effective teaching EASY. Designed to rapidly improve your teaching and easily show how all the pieces of modern primary teaching fit together to create outstanding teaching and learning. This package includes: 5 Easy-to-Read Full Colour eBooks: - Aspects of Effective Teaching - Components of an Effective Lesson - Effective Lesson Planning - Effective Lesson Templates - Introduction to Behaviour Management Report Plus How to Effectively Talk to Children examples in - Video (split into 2 parts due to the file size!) - MP3 Audio Information on: differentiation, marking and feedback, assessment, data, starters, teaching inputs, plenaries, self/peer reflection, questioning, discussion, learning objectives, success criteria, learning activities and so much more. All images copyright tftf
TheFutureTeacherFoundation
Creating a Positive Culture

Creating a Positive Culture

CPD resource for your Staff Noticeboard. Practical ways to create a positive classroom culture and using praise effectively. A Pivotal Education Resource.
pived
Useful Teaching Resources: Interactive Whiteboard Organiser, EYFS Timetable, Primary Timetable+more

Useful Teaching Resources: Interactive Whiteboard Organiser, EYFS Timetable, Primary Timetable+more

This is a really simple idea. It helps a teacher become more organised. It contains all the key features a teacher needs on their interactive whiteboards. These include the date, the daily timetable, the learning objective and notes for students. It is a perfect solution to the messy whiteboard! I bundled together some of my best classroom management tools into a single pack and hope other teachers find them as useful as I have over the years.
peterfogarty
Pocket guide to outstanding teaching

Pocket guide to outstanding teaching

A little pocket guide to give new teacher inspiration and to freshen up ideas for teachers who have been teaching for a while. 10 years of experience wrapped up in a little pocket guide. Enjoy!
raj.nandhra
The Top Ten Reasons for Conducting and Reporting a Literature Review

The Top Ten Reasons for Conducting and Reporting a Literature Review

So, you've got this great idea and you want to convince others to back it. You don't want to rely on ‘hunch’, ‘personality’, ‘position’ or ‘gut feeling’, so here are The Top Ten reasons for carrying out and reporting your review of the literature. OK, so somebody else has a great idea, or they say it is, and you want work out if it is worth backing. Your first question should be ‘Well, what is in your literature review?’. If it does not include The Top Ten, ask them why not.
mathstada