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Free Resources for British Science Week 2018

Investigate the best place to keep ice cubes in the classroom, make your own erupting volcano and understand the effects of acid rain this British Science Week

BOOM, FIZZ, fantastic free resources and help your students thrive this British Science Week!

We have curated a fantastic free resource pack of chapters, experiments and an fun fact infographic for you to use in your classroom and to help your students thrive.

Each resources pack includes...

Free Chapters From...

Chapter 7: Planning and assessing children’s science learning
Teaching Primary Science, 3rd Edition
Promoting Enjoyment and Developing Understanding
by Peter Loxley, Lyn Dawes, Linda Nicholls, Babs Dore

Chapter 1: The Idea of Evolution
Evolution of the Learning Brain
Or How You Got To Be So Smart...
by Paul Howard-Jones

Free Classroom Experiments

The Really Useful Book of Science Experiments
100 easy ideas for primary school teachers
by Tracy-ann Aston

Get your class involved in science with the below experiments which can be performed in early years, primary or secondary school settings.

  • The Ice Cube Challenge
  • Make a Volcano
  • Investigate the Effects of Acid Rain

A Must Have Infographic

10 Fun Facts to Discover this British Science Week

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