Pupils investigate the human skeleton and skeletal growth. They measure and compare different bones and make predictions regarding skeletal development and age. Find more resources at www.sigmascience.co.uk
Pupils observe and compare the skeleton of a human and three other animals. They look for and identify similarities and differences while raising and answering questions about different bony structures. Find more resources at www.sigmascience.co.uk
Here are updated Science Assessment forms for KS1, Lower KS2 and Upper KS2, along with guidance for how to use the assessment. This is what we use in my current school and its proven to be a simple, straight forward assessment process. I hope this makes life easier for everyone. Can be adapted to other school assessment procedures.
This also covers "Working Scientifically" as well as all of the Science Units in the curriculum.
The book is designed to support new and existing science teachers. It put together a number of old and new ways to inspire students and engage them in their learning. This is particularly useful for new and trainee science teachers as it gives ideas and guidance, all in one place.
This is a merge of the 3 book in the series of making science engaging and memorable through the use of investigations and demonstrations.
This book contains all 150 demonstrations and investigations from the 3 books that are also available separately.
A collection of crosswords that your children can use to review their knowledge of Science words.
Includes 11 different crosswords, covering the following topics:
* Animals and Humans
* Earth and Space
* Forces and Magnets
* Living Things
* Rocks and Soil
* Working Scientifically
... with answers for teaching and self-checking!
Download more Science vocabulary resources in our huge pack from www.teachingpacks.co.uk