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Pizza swirls

Designed to be accessible for all primary aged children, this activity guides you and your pupils through the simple steps to design, measure, mix and bake puff-pastry pizza whirls. Suitable for ages four to eleven, this could be carried out as part of a design and technology or maths lesson, and is simple to...

Make a teacup

Designed to be accessible for all primary aged children, this activity guides you and your pupils through the simple steps to make a clay teacup for a celebration party or commemorative cup to keep or give away as a gift. This activity is mapped to the UK curricula for design and technology and is easy to follow,...

Homemade bunting

Follow this easy bunting activity, designing your bunting and printing your own designs with potato prints. Suitable for all primary aged children, create flags with your class or at home and celebrate in style, whilst allowing your children to develop their knowledge and skills in design and technology. This...

Make a crown

Having a celebration? Use these handy guides and templates to bring design and technology skills in to your classroom, adding a touch of skill to your crown making. Suitable for four to eleven year olds, the template is easily adaptable for all head shapes and sizes. Use the templates provided to cut out, spend...

Bismuth - spectacular science

This activity comes as a presentation, aimed at using an engaging material to probe the children's thinking, reasoning and scientific talk skills. Asking questions such as: ‘How is this crystal formed?’, and ‘What causes the colours?’ It provides an opportunity to get the children thinking and talking ‘science’, by...

The Wright Brothers - reading comprehension

This activity has a colourful and engaging reading page, followed by targeted questions which cover a broad range of reading skills, along with some linked grammar questions, such as questions, statements and commands. This fascinating fact sheet is also differentiated to both higher and lower abilities, with two...

Dancing cornflour - spectacular science

This activity comes as a presentation, aimed at using an engaging material to probe the children's thinking, reasoning and scientific talk skills. Asking questions such as: ‘What happens when you mix cornflour and water?’, and ‘What could be causing it to move in this way?’ It provides an opportunity to get the...

Gloopy slime - lesson pack

This activity comes with a handy teacher's guide and lesson plan, a set of easy to read questions aimed at probing deeper thinking in your pupils, and an informative presentation to run the activity. Learn how slime demonstrates a range of material properties, discussing whether or not slime would be classified as...

Toilets - reading comprehension

This activity has a colourful and engaging reading page, followed by targeted questions which cover a broad range of reading skills, along with some linked grammar questions, such as questions, statements and commands. Each activity is also differentiated to both higher and lower abilities, with two sets for each...

Coco de mer - spectacular science

This activity comes as a presentation, aimed at using a strange - shaped seed to probe the children's thinking, reasoning and scientific talk skills. Asking questions such as: ‘What is it?’, ‘Where does it come from?’ and ‘What are its characteristics?’ it provides an opportunity to get the children thinking and...

Walking water - lesson pack

This activity comes with a handy teacher's guide and lesson plan, a set of easy to read questions aimed at probing deeper thinking in your pupils, and an informative presentation to run the activity. Learn how water is able to walk between glasses, using an absorbent bridge. Teach about water transport in plants,...

Agnes Arber - science reading comprehension

This activity has a colourful and engaging reading page, followed by targeted questions which cover a broad range of reading skills, along with some linked grammar questions, such as questions, statements and commands. Each activity is also differentiated to both higher and lower abilities, with two sets for each...

Electric art - lesson pack

This activity comes with a handy teacher's guide and lesson plan, a set of easy to read instructions, aimed at probing deeper thinking in your pupils, and an informative presentation to run the activity. Learn all about safe use of electricity, the importance of complete circuits, as well as learning how to draw...

Electrical engineer - reading comprehension

This activity has a colourful and engaging reading page, themed around an interview with a real-life electrical engineer. The reading page is followed by targeted questions which cover a broad range of reading skills, along with some linked grammar questions, such as synonyms. Answers are also provided, making it...

Bird bones - spectacular science

This activity comes as a presentation, aimed at using an engaging material to probe the children's thinking, reasoning and scientific talk skills. Asking questions such as: ‘What is it?’, and ‘Why does it look this way?’ It provides an opportunity to get the children thinking and talking ‘science', by applying...

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