Number one for English language teachers


Engage your pupils with the wonderful world of science, with experiments and accompanying worksheets from London's Science Museum, effective question loop activities, lessons on the mysteries of the solar system and much, much more!

Two young girls look through a miscroscope in the classroom

What happens when we mix carbon dioxide and water? Does my pencil have gravity? What objects are good conductors? How large was the world's biggest hail stone?

These activities, many of which were developed in partnership with the Science Museum, use fun drawings and straightforward, easy-to-understand language to engage young learners in the weird and wonderful world of science.

Topics include light, sound and magnets. Try before you buy and download a FREE sample worksheet on the colours of the rainbow.

See sections on food and the human body for more FREE science resources for young learners.

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