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How Do You Get Ready to Cook?

This activity aims to encourage children learning in the Early Years to understand it is important to get ready to cook so the food we prepare is safe to eat. It could be used as an introduction to a lesson in which children are involved in preparing or cooking food.

The activity provided by the British...

What Does This Piece of Kitchen Equipment Do?

Aimed at Early Years Foundation Stage this activity asks children to identify and name a range of kitchen equipment explaining how different items are used.

Children look at part of an object and try and guess what it is then think how the piece of equipment would be used in the kitchen and the kind of food...

Where Does Food Come From?

In this activity, aimed at Early Years children find out if a food comes from a plant or an animal. Using a selection of foods and food packaging they name each food and say where it originates from. Children are then asked to sort cards into food from plants or animals then match the food cards to their sources....

Volume Two: Puzzles E-F

A rich set of activities that are ideal as starters or plenaries in chemistry lessons for students aged 11-16.

Salters' Chemistry Club Volume One: Activities 18-23

This resource describes activities for an informal chemistry club. The aim is to convey the excitement of chemistry and develop students’ curiosity.

Activity 18: Students use copper sulphate and ammonia solution to make ‘magic’ pictures.

Activity 19: Students carry out flame tests with different foods...

Salters' Chemistry Club Volume Two: Activities 20-22

This resource describes activities for an informal chemistry club. The aim is to convey the excitement of chemistry and develop students’ curiosity.

Activity 20: Making paper from recycled newspaper.

Activity 21: A glass blowing activity.

Activity 22: Students design a key ring fob or a tag for...

Volume One: Puzzles A-F

A rich set of activities that are ideal as starters or plenaries in chemistry lessons for students aged 11-16.

Investigating enzymes: microscale investigations with catalase

One of a series of resources from Science & Plants for Schools (SAPS) investigating key topics in plant biology. A simple yet accurate protocol looking at the results of the enzyme catalase. Catalase is a widespread enzyme, protecting the cell from toxic effects of hydrogen peroxide by catalysing its...

Investigating enzymes: inhibition of catechol oxidase in bananas

One of a series of resources from Science & Plants for Schools (SAPS) investigating key topics in plant biology. In this practical, student investigate how lead inhibits catechol oxidase, an enzyme which is easily extracted from a banana and which is responsible for turning fruit brown. Measuring the intensity...

Investigating potato cyst nematodes

From Science & Plants for Schools (SAPS), this practical activity was developed for Scottish Highers specifications, but the protocol can equally well be used for other specifications. 

Students look at potato cyst nematodes, a serious pest of food crops. This is a good example of parasitism to study as...

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