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A collection of primary resources to help you celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day this year - 22 April 2020.
Living things and their habitats
Animals, including humans
Earth and space
Quiz based on the story of Jamie Garcia information sheet.
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Information sheet about Jamie Garcia and her scientific achievements
Take students on a journey through Jamie's life and achievements! Teacher notes and background information are provided for each slide.
Worksheet activity for the topic of living things and their habitats.
Can you identify each animal? Is it a fish, an amphibian, a reptile, a bird or a mammal? Poster and enquiry-based learning activities.
Teachers' notes, in PowerPoint presentation format, includes additional activities and suggested discussion points to use with the poster.
Free A2 double sided life cycles classroom poster.
Can pupils help Mr Giant learn about trees in the local area? Take pupils into the playground or local park.
Can pupils use descriptions of leaves and seeds to identify common trees?
Short video looking at why we have day, night and different seasons, with a challenge for pupils. (1:10)
Teachers' notes for day and night activity video.
Pupils can sort the rock information cards into igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, and complete this worksheet.
Two presenters carry out an experiment to investigate and classify different groups of rock (2:29).