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Instructions to make a bird feeder

How to make an eco-friendly bird feeder.

Topics: Animals including humans, Living things and habitats

Year groups: Year 2

Types: Reading Comprehension

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How pianos work

An explanation of how pianos create a beautiful sound.

Topics: Sound

Year groups: Year 4

Types: Reading Comprehension

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Recycling & plastic separating

How can plastics be separated?

Topics: Everyday materials

Year groups: Year 2

Types: Lesson Pack

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Interview text: Bumblebee Biologist

He talks about his job chasing after bumblebees.

Topics: Plants

Year groups: Year 3

Types: Reading Comprehension

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Historical scientist Eunice Newton Foote

This scientist was the first to describe the greenhouse effect.

Topics:

Year groups: Year 6

Types: Reading Comprehension

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A non-chronological report on crabs

This text explores the ultimate recyclers of the seas, crabs.

Topics: Living things and habitats

Year groups: Year 2

Types: Reading Comprehension

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Light: an interview with a visual effects artist

A visual effects artist who has worked on Harry Potter films.

Topics: Light

Year groups: Year 3

Types: Reading Comprehension

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Electricity: how plugs work

An explanation text about plugs.

Topics: Electricity

Year groups: Year 6

Types: Reading Comprehension

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Interview with an electrical engineer

Her job is to build electrical circuits.

Topics: Electricity

Year groups: Year 6

Types: Reading Comprehension

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Interview with a geothermal scientist

His job is exploring hot springs and volcanoes.

Topics: Rocks

Year groups: Year 3

Types: Reading Comprehension

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Historical scientist Archimedes

A mathematician and inventor who had his best ideas in the bath.

Topics: Forces and magnets

Year groups: Year 3

Types: Reading Comprehension

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Plastic pollution: an interview with a scientist

How he plans to help combat the plastic problem.

Topics: Properties and changes of materials

Year groups: Year 6

Types: Reading Comprehension

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