Science on display

Practical and inspirational display ideas for Science lessons with activities designed to encourage children to pursue their own lines of enquiry and investigation.The themes practice key skills, provide a display idea and a clear focus of learning, and are suitable for whole class and small group work across the primary age range.

33 themes - linked to the QCA Scheme of Work for Science - cover all areas of the science curriculum, including: Growing & Moving, Forces, Materials, Electricity, Habitats, Micro-organisms, Reversible and Irreversible Changes, and Adaptation. Activities include: The Wizard's Kitchen, Blast Off, A Box of Gas, Plants We Eat, Circus Circuits, Snail Trail, Electric Elves, Litter Bug and much more.

Over 100 colour photographs with easy-to-follow instructions for creating stunning artwork and display.

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Author(s)Carolyn Dale
Age5-7, 7-11
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Shelf referenceA 372.35044 DAL
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