Food webs and food chains

Food webs and food chains

Organisms need to be cut and pasted into their correct places in a food web. Two differenciated versions of this activity here - one with clues. I then give the students a number of questions based around the completed web.
Rachael1979
The Osmosis Game

The Osmosis Game

A game/model making exercise that allows students to make a 3D abstract model of molecules/membrane etc and a table of different setups the pupils have to fill in, to work out which way the water will flow.
vicstic
Fertilisers Starter Sheet

Fertilisers Starter Sheet

A starter worksheet with plenty of pictures to get students thinking about what makes plants grow and what farmers use to promote growth. Good if printed in colour!
vicstic
'CLEAR, CONCISE SCIENCE FOR 5-14' Notes/Textbook

'CLEAR, CONCISE SCIENCE FOR 5-14' Notes/Textbook

Full-colour, clear, concise textbook/reference pages for teachers and pupils following the Scottish Environmental Studies 5-14 Science component. (LEVELS D, E and F). Excellent SCIENCE resource for all primary teachers and pupils in Scotland, England, Wales and N.Ireland. Remaining pages available for download from “KEY STAGE 1”, “KEY STAGE 2” and “KEY STAGE 3” sections.
martincun
Free Fungi Teaching Resources

Free Fungi Teaching Resources

The British Mycological Society has produced a range of resources to help teach fungal biology. The site features an extensive range of free resources starting with primary and extending to the post-16. The resources include free to download articles published in British Mycological Society magazines, example lessons, teachers’ guides, pupil class sheets, questionnaires and quizzes and games and puzzles. A range of topics is covered from cell structure and function, through biochemistry to health topics and plant growth and disease. Remember, Fungi are neither bacteria nor plants!
davidmoore
Funky Fungi workshop

Funky Fungi workshop

All you need for a set of interesting activities that offer the pupils events providing possible answers to the question ‘What’s your favourite fungus?’ with the aim of revealing interactively just how much we depend on fungi in our daily lives and to promote awareness and understanding of fungi. Feedback has been extremely positive from children and adults alike when the workshop was offered to parties of school children (numbering from 15 to 40) in years 8-10 during National Science Week 2005 and 2006.
davidmoore