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Stop the spread STEM challenge

Stop the spread is a new STEM challenge for students aged 7 to 16. Highlighting the global issue of infectious disease students design, build and test a model of a hand washing device and produce educational materials for children in Kenya to encourage hand washing. It is accredited for the British Science...

Regreen the desert

Practical Action have supplied this teacher's pack to challenge students to use their STEM skills to come up with solutions to a problem of water shortage in Sudan. The pack includes a PowerPoint presentation and Teacher Guide so that teachers can outline the problem to their students. The PowerPoint makes...

Thinkers Activity 2: Living well *suitable for home teaching*

In this resource, aimed at primary level, children explore the requirements for successful plant growth and plan fair tests to investigate their ideas. Children are then challenged to explain how plants adapt to live in different conditions such as: deserts, in shady areas of rainforests and in water. It includes...

Plants *suitable for home teaching*

This resource, from ARKive, is designed to teach students  about the main parts of a plant and their primary functions. Children complete a worksheet-based activity in which they must label and colour the main plant parts. This includes listing the function of each part. Children learn about some of the different...

Grow Sunflowers, Make Plant Pots *suitable for home teaching*

This resource, from the National Non-Food Crops Centre (NNFCC), explains how children can grow their own sunflowers and how plant oils can be made into plastic. It helps to demonstrate how sunflowers can be grown to produce a renewable supply of plant oil. This activity can be done at home or in school and allows...

The Greenhouse Effect

This short animation film joins the alien, Paxi, as he investigates the greenhouse effect and greenhouse gases and the effect they have on the Earth’s atmosphere. He explores how human activity, such as cars, factories, and food production have increased the amount of carbon dioxide trapped in the...

Fraction Activities for Students Aged 9-11

A selection of resources published by BEAM, for teachers of primary mathematics. They include challenging problems, investigations and puzzles to practise and consolidate students' understanding of fractions. *Fraction patterns - drawing diagrams of equivalent fractions *Decimal jigsaw - ten by ten grid in the form...

Hand Eye Coordination

This hand eye co-ordination activity from Cre8ate maths involves the collection of real data, hypothesis testing and scatter graphs. The extensions may also include the use of a variety of averages. Health professionals often have to assess a wide variety of attributes including hand eye co-ordination. This topic...

The water cycle

This resource from the Royal Society of Chemistry is aimed at Key Stage Two and links to the topic area of states of matter. Focusing on evaporation and condensation, it aims to develop investigative skills and contains ideas for investigations, key vocabulary and background knowledge including common...

The Water Cycle

This short animation film joins the alien, Paxi, as he investigates the water cycle. He explains how important water is to life on Earth and how it moves around the Earth.  Paxi delves into the processes of evaporation, condensation, precipitation and collection.

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