Science – Page 2

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    Blast off!

    Find out what’s shooting through space and then colour the picture in this fun Science Museum activity sheet.

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    Space wordsearch

    Can you find the 20 space words and phrases in the grid?

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    Which internal organ is which?

    A lesson plan with engaging matching exercise created in partnership with London’s Science Museum.

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    Which bones go where?

    Where in the body do these bones belong? A lesson plan with fun matching and colouring exercise to teach about the body.

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    The respiratory system

    In this lesson plan, pupils label the parts of the respiratory system and learn how air moves through the body.

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    The five senses II

    In this lesson plan, pupils study the five senses through picture matching and information gap activities. Includes optional exercises using students’ own senses.

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    The digestive system II

    In this lesson plan, pupils learn about nutrients and the anatomy and processes of their digestive system.

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    The circulatory system

    This lesson plan explains how the circulatory system works and introduce its main components.

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    Bones, muscles and joints

    A lesson plan with labelling and information gap activities to teach about the human body, including key vocabulary words.

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    The five senses I

    This lesson plan teaches the five senses, parts of the body and the auxiliary verb can .

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    Muscles and bones

    A lesson plan with matching and information gap activities to introduce the human muscle and bone system.

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    The digestive system I

    This lesson plan introduces the digestive system and its main components.

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    The senses

    This worksheet links studying the senses with parts of the body and perception. Pupils match pictures to words and complete speech bubbles to learn important verbs such as: taste, look, sound and feel.

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    Body parts and movement

    Run! Jump! Kick! Throw! Catch! In this lesson plan, your class will not only learn these action verbs but also discover which muscles and body parts we use to perform these actions. Activities that are guaranteed to get the class moving.

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    The Earth: Air and water

    A lesson plan to teach pupils about the Earth’s atmosphere and hydrosphere.

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    Experiments: Energy Pairs

    This simple experiment reinforces vocabulary and concepts associated with energy. Students match sentences halves to make statements on energy or ‘energy pairs’. Matching and gap-fill activities help students revise and consolidate concepts connected to energy, including renewable and non-renewable sources and how we use energy in our everyday lives. Students ...

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    Experiments: Conductors and insulators

    Which materials are good conductors and which are good insulators? This experiment uses polystyrene foam, metal, wood, glass and plastic to explore the properties of conductors and insulators. Step by step teaching notes and student worksheets help teachers and students get the most from the experiment and develop language learning ...

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    Experiments: Magnetic pennies

    A fun Science Museum experiment that gets students thinking about magnets and how they work. The step by step teaching notes and worksheets help teachers and pupils get the most from the experiment and develop language learning skills. The lesson culminates in an open-ended investigation. Key vocabulary and practical teacher’s ...

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    Experiments: Gas from garbage

    This experiment is designed to demonstrate that biomass, especially when stored in warm, damp conditions, produces gas. Step by step teaching notes and worksheets help teachers and pupils get the most from the experiment and develop language learning skills. Pupils are guided through predicting the results and writing up the ...

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    Experiments: Follow the energy path

    A simple but revealing experiment in which pupils measure and record the temperature of hot water as it cools down in two different containers: one metallic, one ceramic. Matching and word-order activities help students to revise relevant vocabulary. Students then write a report using the past tense. Key vocabulary and ...