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Explore, engage, extend: eliciting children's knowledge and understanding in science to inform the planning of new learning experiences

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Explore, Engage, Extend includes twenty sets of highly engaging practical activities to support teachers with assessment for learning in science. The activities generate rich...

Growth mindset lessons: every child a learner

Practising teacher and mindset expert Katherine Muncaster has combined with best-selling author Shirley Clarke to produce this 'must-have' handbook for anyone looking to embed a growth mindset culture...

On a beam of light: a story of Albert Einstein

Jennifer Berne and Vladimir Radunsky invite the reader to travel along with Einstein, on a journey full of curiosity, laughter and science that shows the powerful difference imagination can make in any life...

Older than the stars

This is the start of red-hot stuff

that burst from the gas in a giant puff

the spun from the blocks

that formed from the bits

that were born in the bang

when the world...

A hundred billion trillion stars

The whole world is filled with big, enormous, gigantic, humongous, incredible numbers. Look all around you. You can see them in the sky, and in the grass, and in the forest, and in the ocean, and in the...

Professor Astro Cat's solar system

Welcome, planet explorers! Professory Astro Cat and friends are about to set off on a tour of our solar system, so buckle up! This fact-filled mission introduces the sun and its planets to young readers....


Beegu is not supposed to be on Earth. She is lost. She is a friendly little creature, but the Earth People don't seem very welcoming at all. However, so far she has only met the BIG ones. The little...

Space Poems

Blast off into outer space with this brilliant collection of poems about stars, rockets, space explorers, planets, aliens and the moon.

The Jamie Drake Equation

How amazing would it be to have a dad who's an astronaut? A cosmic adventure for anyone who's ever looked at the stars.

Rockets, Orbits and Newton

You may be interested in Rocket Science but... can you guide a Rocket into orbit?