This selection of resources is part of the Polar Explorer Programme.
This series of activities, aimed at primary level, explores different aspects of fruits and seeds and looks at how and why they are dispersed. Children identify the main characteristics of fruits and seeds by making careful observations, drawing them and labelling their important features. They then group them...
A selection of Nuffield Foundation student self-review sheets and booklets explaining key elements of design and technology processes, and a glossary.
The Student's Book contains seventeen chooser charts, which help students make decisions about approaches to take for Strategy and Communication.Also for selection of appropriate materials when working with resistant materials, textiles, food and technical components.The chooser charts are particularly useful when...
This guide supports primary schools in planning and running their own Space Week, providing a wealth of ideas for activities for children in EYFS and primary schools as well as links to many high-quality resources to support teachers in planning a week of engaging learning experiences for their pupils. The guide...
Read, build and discover! Explore the history and science behind the world's most impressive super structures, from pyramids to skyscrapers. Then create your very own impressive structures using the handy model kit.
Young Iggy Peck is an architectand has been since he was two,when he built a great tower - in only an hour -with nothing but diapers and glue.
Smartphone boombox, supersonic straw and a bouncing bridge - just some of the 35 super fun projects inside! Prepare to be amazing by structural, mechanical and electrical engineering. Experiment at home with everyday bits and pieces. In your hands, these objects can do excellent things. On your marks, get set, create!
Inside this book you can cross all sorts of bridges, climb to the top of the tallest towers and down into some of the longest tunnels.
Malala Yousafzai, international icon, education activist, and the youngest-ever recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, tells her inspiring story of growing up in a war-torn region yet still seeing the magic of hope everywhere she looked.