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KS2 Cards for Science ideas for active science lessons, blended learning, homework or science clubs.

KS2 Cards for Science ideas for active science lessons, blended learning, homework or science clubs.
Y5 Props, Changes Materials My Everyday Science
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Y5 Props, Changes Materials My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y5 Properties & Changes of Materials lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y5 Properties & Changes of Materials PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Keeping Warm or Cold: To investigate the best materials for keeping something either warm or cold What conducts electricity?: To explore a simple circuit Magnetic Attraction: To investigate magnets and magnetic forces Marvellous Materials: To explore the properties and uses of different materials Dissolving and Crystals: To investigate what substances dissolve in water and grow your own salt crystals Evaporation and Boiling: To investigate how evaporation depends on temperature or another variable Separating Stuff: To devise and carry out a multi-step process to separate ingredients from a mixture Melting and Freezing: To investigate how substances change when you heat or cool them Reversible or Irreversible?: To identify physical and chemical changes and test which changes can be reversed Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y6 Evolution Inheritance My Everyday Science
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Y6 Evolution Inheritance My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y6 Evolution & Inheritance lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y6 Evolution & Inheritance PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: What is Evolution?: To study how living things change over time Who inherits what and how?: To explore how characteristics pass from parents to offspring, with some variation Designing Animals & Plants: To explore how animals and plants are adapted to suit their environment Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y4 Sound My Everyday Science Cards
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Y4 Sound My Everyday Science Cards

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y4 Sound lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y4 Sound PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Sounds Amazing!: To explore how to produce different sounds Sound Travels!: To investigate how sound travels and test how a string telephone works best Sounds Away: To explore how noise decreases the further away you get from the sound source Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y4 Animals inc. Humans MyEverydayScience
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Y4 Animals inc. Humans MyEverydayScience

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y4 Animals inc. Humans lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y4 Animals inc. Humans PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: What’s inside me?: To understand what different organs of the body are for How food turns into poo: To model the journey food takes through our digestive system Why are my teeth special?: To investigate teeth and why we need to take good care of them What do animals eat?: To explore what animals eat What eats what? Food Chains: To learn how energy moves through a food chain What eats what? Food Webs: To learn how food chains interlink Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y5 Earth & Space My Everyday Science Cards
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Y5 Earth & Space My Everyday Science Cards

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y5 Earth & Space lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y5 Earth & Space PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: The Planets and Beyond: To model our Solar System Our Earth Moon and Sun: To explore the relationships between our Earth, our Moon and the Sun Who ate the moon?: To model the phases of the Moon Moon Craters: To investigate how craters form Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y4 Living things Habitats My Everyday Science
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Y4 Living things Habitats My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y4 Living things & Habitats lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y4 Living things & Habitats PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: What Animal am I?: To learn about the features of different types of animal and use a classification key Identifying Minibeasts: To explore and classify insects Animal and Plant Habitats: To understand the places where plants & animals live and what’s needed by them Rainforest Habitats: To understand why rainforests are amazing environments which need protecting Protecting Planet Earth: To explore how human impact has changed our world and how you can help protect it Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y5 Forces My Everyday Science Cards
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Y5 Forces My Everyday Science Cards

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y5 Forces lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y5 Forces PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Up, Up and Away: To investigate paper plane designs and the forces involved in flight Parachutes: To investigate what makes the best parachute Thick and Curious Liquids: To explore water resistance/drag Defeating Friction: To explore friction and make a friction-defeating CD/DVD hovercraft Sticky Water: To explore surface tension Power Boats: To make different moving boats Gravity here and in Space: To investigate what gravity is and how we know there is gravity in space! Mechanical Machines: To explore how simple machines, such as levers, can save you effort Productive Pulleys: To explore another type of simple machine - the pulley Grinding Gears: To explore how gears work Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y3 Forces & Magnets My Everyday Science
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Y3 Forces & Magnets My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y3 Forces & Magnets lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y3 Forces & Magnets PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Magnetic Attraction: To investigate magnets and magnetic forces Make a Magnetic Compass: To make a magnet and test a floating compass Racing cars: To race cars on different surfaces, and measure the speed Floaty Boats and Lava Lamps: To investigate sinking, floating and make a lava lamp Rockets: To investigate how rockets work and test out a couple of different types Towering Towers: To investigate what structures are strongest and make the tallest towers Building Bridges: To investigate the strength of different bridge designs Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y3 Plants My Everyday Science Cards
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Y3 Plants My Everyday Science Cards

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y3 Plants lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y3 Plants PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: What’s needed for life: To explore plant and animal needs Growing Plants: To grow your own plants Parts of Plants: To explore the structure of plants Tremendous Trees: To explore your local trees Apple Trees from Pips: To explore the life cycle of plants Do plant roots suck?: To explore how plants transport water from their roots to their leaves and flowers Flower Power: To explore the structure and purpose of flowers How do seeds travel?: To explore how seeds move to different locations from their mother plants Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y4 Electricity My Everyday Science
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Y4 Electricity My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y4 Electricity lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y4 Electricity PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Balloon Magic: To be inspired by how static electricity can attract and repel objects What conducts electricity?: To explore a simple circuit Shocking Electrics: To explore Voltage and safety Electrical Toys: To represent simple circuits Electrical Inventions: To create and share circuit ideas Electric Lights: To explore the brightness of bulbs Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y3 Light My Everyday Science Cards
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Y3 Light My Everyday Science Cards

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y3 Light lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y3 Light PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Light Fantastic: To explore light and materials Light Rays and Reflections: To investigate travelling light, reflections and make a periscope Shadow Mice: To investigate how a tiny animal can produce a giant shadow Sun Shadows: To investigate the position and size of shadows outside Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y5 Animals inc. Humans My Everyday Science
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Y5 Animals inc. Humans My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y5 Animals inc. Humans lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y5 Animals inc. Humans PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: How are babies made?: To learn about reproduction and life stories The Seven Ages of Man: To understand human life stages Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y5 Living things Habitats My Everyday Science
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Y5 Living things Habitats My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y5 Living things & Habitats lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y5 Living things & Habitats PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Kittens, Puppies, Cats & Dogs: To understand reproduction in animals and the life cycle of mammals From Tadpoles to Frogs: To understand the life cycle of frogs and toads Insect Babies: To explore insect life cycles Eggs, glorious eggs!: To explore the wonder of eggs and how baby chicks form inside them How are babies made?: To learn about reproduction and life stories Apple Trees from Pips: To explore the life cycle of plants Flower Power: To explore the structure and purpose of flowers Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y6 Living things & Habitats My Everyday Science
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Y6 Living things & Habitats My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y6 Living things & Habitats lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y6 Living things & Habitats PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: What Animal am I?: To learn about the features of different types of animal and use a classification key What Plant is it?: To learn about different types of plants and classify some familiar ones Identifying Minibeasts: To explore and classify insects Micro-organisms: To explore the importance of microbes & how some are good and others harmful Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y6 Light My Everyday Science Cards
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Y6 Light My Everyday Science Cards

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y6 Light lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y6 Light PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Light Fantastic: To explore light and materials Light Rays and Reflections: To investigate travelling light, reflections and make a periscope Shadow Mice: To investigate how a tiny animal can produce a giant shadow Sun Shadows: To investigate the position and size of shadows outside Bending Light Beams: To trick your eyes by bending light Rainbow Colours and Light: To investigate coloured light Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y6 Animals inc. Humans My Everyday Science
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Y6 Animals inc. Humans My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y6 Animals inc. Humans lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y6 Animals inc. Humans PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: What’s special about blood?: To explore what our blood does In a Heartbeat: To learn what the heart does My Respiratory System: To explore breathing Looking after yourself- 1: To explore healthy lifestyle choices Looking after yourself- 2: To learn about the harm caused by smoking Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y6 Electricity My Everyday Science Cards
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Y6 Electricity My Everyday Science Cards

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y6 Electricity lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y6 Electricity PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Balloon Magic: To be inspired by how static electricity can attract and repel objects Shocking Electrics: To explore Voltage and safety Electrical Toys: To represent simple circuits Electrical Inventions: To create and share circuit ideas Electric Lights: To explore the brightness of bulbs Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y3 Rocks & Soils My Everyday Science Cards
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Y3 Rocks & Soils My Everyday Science Cards

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y3 Rocks & Soils lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y3 Rocks & Soils PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Rock Properties: To investigate rocks and stones Fossils: To explore how fossils are made Super Soils: To explore what’s in our soil Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y3 Animals inc. Humans My Everyday Science
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Y3 Animals inc. Humans My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y3 Animals inc. Humans lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y3 Animals inc. Humans PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: What’s needed for life: To explore plant and animal needs What we eat and drink: To explore the benefits of a healthy diet What do animals eat?: To explore what animals eat What eats what? Food Chains: To learn how energy moves through a food chain What eats what? Food Webs: To learn how food chains interlink What we eat from plants: To understand that people need to grow and eat plants to stay healthy Funnybones: To learn about your bones and why you have a skeleton Muscle Power: To learn how muscles move you Skeletons Inside or Outside!: To learn about animals with different types of skeletons, or none at all Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term!
Y4 States of Matter My Everyday Science
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Y4 States of Matter My Everyday Science

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My Everyday Science KS2 cards can help you teach NC Y4 States of Matter lessons through children working-scientifically, using household/kitchen resources. They prompt questioning, explorations and investigations and, if printed, don’t rely on Internet access. They can be used for home learning, blended learning, science clubs or lesson ideas. This download includes: English National Curriculum indexed Teacher pack (including 90+ child-friendly cards covering all KS2 Science topics and easy Ctrl+click navigation) Easy-print version of Teacher pack (with A5 BW cards, NC index and navigation) Zip file containing My Everyday Science Y4 States of Matter PDF cards (child-friendly version) Zip file containing Teacher’s, Parent’s/Carer’s and children’s cards (for home/blended learning) and special cards A-E which focus on WS skills and inspiring children. The 2013 English National-Curriculum-linked cards in this pack include: Solids, Liquids and Gases: To explore the properties of each of the three states of matter Melting and Freezing: To investigate how substances change when you heat or cool them Ice Explorations: To investigate melting ice Evaporation and Boiling: To investigate how evaporation depends on temperature or another variable Indoor Rain and Melting Ice: To model the water cycle and consider melting glaciers due to climate change Safety Note: I have tried to include only practical work that I consider safe for children to do under the supervision of parents/carers and with prior instructions from a teacher. Every child and home circumstance is different, so I assume no liability for the actions or activities of anyone who uses the information contained in this resource, or for injuries or damage to property caused by using this information. Both teachers and parents/carers should read any cards before the children start carrying out the activities contained in them and teachers should undertake a risk assessment of any practical investigations. I hope this resource is useful to you, your students and any other teacher friends you want to freely share them with, both in the immediate short-term and as a model for a creative and aspirational teaching approach in the long-term! Please send any feedback, particularly EBI’s (even better if’s) to docjennywatson@myeverydayscience.com.