Chemistry in Primary Science

This collection of resources, produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry, aims to support primary teachers by extending their subject knowledge and providing ideas for practical demonstrations of concepts and activities linked to the curriculum. The resources are:

What’s your reaction? - A book providing background knowledge for teachers who wish to enhance their own subject knowledge on the topics of plants, food, energy and fuels, waste, water, rocks, solids, liquids and gases and materials and their properties.

Practical science demonstrations - A series of videos supporting the teaching of materials and their properties in the primary classroom.

That's Chemistry! - A manual of ideas, activities and investigations about the science of materials and their properties.

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This series of videos, produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), gives ideas for teaching materials and their properties in the primary classroom. Presented by Sue Halliday and Lorelly Wilson, the demonstrations use everyday products and require no special equipment. They are designed for teachers to try...

This book was produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry to help primary school teachers to teach science. The book was written to provide background information on the science, with the particular emphasis on chemical sciences.

Each chapter of the book covers a different topic and is dealt with at three...

That's Chemistry!

That's Chemistry! was developed by the Royal Society of Chemistry in partnership with the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI). The book is a concise manual of ideas, activities and investigations about the science of materials and their properties, for teachers to use with primary age children...

This collection, produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), provides ideas for incorporating science teaching and learning into a topic based plan. Divided into three age ranges which span the primary phase, each resource contains key questions which can be used to drive enquiry based learning around...

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