A model of the Earth mounted on a smoky plastic base and half meridian.
Produced by the Earth Science Teachers' Association, these materials help students understand atmospheric processes and their impacts on terrestrial environments.
Activities investigate phenomena such as the water cycle, temperature changes in solids and liquids, air convection, the carbon cycle, changing...
This item is one of over 25,000 physical resources available from the Resources Collection. The Archive Collection covers over 50 years of curriculum development in the STEM subjects. The Contemporary Collection includes all the latest publications from UK educational publishers.
The series covers and expands upon the national curriculum's coverage of 'the earth, the Solar System and beyond' throughout KS3 and into the beginnings of KS4. Each book examines how we know what we know about the Earth and beyond and charts the history of these discoveries. The series also examines how much is still...
This book navigates a fascinating trajectory through an unexplored world, to celebrate the immeasurable beauty and countless mysteries of planet earth and the universe. It charts - chapter by chapter - intricate landscapes of increasing scale and distance, captured by microscope, x-ray, satellite and telescope.Each...
With informative diagrams and NASA photography, this book teaches children about basic astronomy. This volume looks at the planet Mars as well as our own planet, Earth, and also at the technology used to study them.
Part of a series aimed at making science fun for children, this book explores how the Earth moves around the Sun and its position in space as a whole.
How many layers does Planet Earth have? And why do we have different seasons? What are the Mars rovers and why does Mars look red? Find out the answers to these questions and many more in this fascinating book on Earth and Mars, part of the Up in Space series from QED.