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Investigate how to make a boat float

Find out what boats are made of and why.

Topics: Everyday materials

Year groups: Year 2

Types: Lesson Pack

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Rusty nail investigation

Investigate how an iron nail rusts

Topics: Properties and changes of materials

Year groups: Year 5

Types: Lesson Pack

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A non-chronological report on seals

Find out more about some super-swimming mammals.

Topics: Living things and habitats

Year groups: Year 2

Types: Guided Reading

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Rotting rubbish investigation

Investigate how micro-organisms help rubbish to decompose.

Topics: Living things and habitats

Year groups: Year 6

Types: Lesson Pack

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Investigate the heart

Teach your class how our hearts pump blood around our bodies

Topics: Animals including humans

Year groups: Year 6

Types: Lesson Pack

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Earthquakes and volcanoes activities

Teach your class why earthquakes and volcanoes happen.

Topics: States of matter

Year groups: Year 3, Year 4

Types: Lesson Pack

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Electricity: How pet microchips work

This explanation text explains how pet microchips work.

Topics: Electricity

Year groups: Year 4

Types: Guided Reading

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Electricity: How digital cameras work

This explanation text explains how digital cameras work.

Topics: Electricity

Year groups: Year 4

Types: Guided Reading

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Electricity: How LED lights work

This explanation text explains how LED Christmas lights work.

Topics: Electricity

Year groups: Year 4

Types: Guided Reading

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Electricity: How freezers work

This explanation text explains how a freezer works.

Topics: Electricity

Year groups: Year 4

Types: Guided Reading

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Electricity: How candy floss machines work

This explanation text explains how candy floss machines work.

Topics: Electricity

Year groups: Year 4

Types: Guided Reading

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Plastic debate

Is plastic a problem?

Topics: Living things and habitats, Properties and changes of materials

Year groups: Year 6

Types: Debate

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