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Primary upd8 activities are downloadable white board presentations (with teacher notes for guidance) for all primary children which use topical events to create uniquely engaging science lessons. Click here
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Dataloggers are relatively expensive and schools do not use them on a regular basis. They are a fantastic resource however and they can be loaned from either of The Innovation Centres – Keighley or Bradford. They can measure changes in … Continue reading
The latest webcam we have had the opportunity to trial in science lessons is the IPEVO Point 2 View. It is a 2 megapixel USB camera on a weighted adjustable mount. It is compatible with both Mac and Windows machines. … Continue reading
Voki - www.voki.com is a free resource that allows you to create talking avatars that can be embedded into blogs, VLEs, websites etc. How could you use a Voki to engage children in Science?
I just came across this tonight. How could you use this in a Science lesson?
8.5 mile walk to Almscliffe Crag from Pool allowed me the opportunity to try Photosynth and consider how it could be used in the primary classroom.
Flip videos are a great way of recording in science. Children can record their observations and explanations during a practical activity, create an end product from a series of science lessons and evaluate their ideas, to name but a few … Continue reading
There are many ways you can capture images and use them for observations and to promote speaking and listening within science. The following activities exemplified how these images can be used by teachers for lesson starters or by children to … Continue reading