..online resources to use in Science.
1. What’s that sound?
Record different sounds (children may be able to do this at home as a homework activity). Play them back and try to work out what they are. The sounds could also be presented in a PowerPoint or prezi.
2. Circuit World
Children can build and test their own circuits online using either pictures of components or the appropriate symbols in Circuit World. These could then be printed out and made using real components. KS1 children can play a fun electricity game here.
3. Planets – Bar graph maker
This Bar graph maker from TES iboards allows the children to scroll through the planets and click the arrow to add them to the graph. Planets can be graphed on a variety of data. Switch between the graphs and change the scale to suit the data.
4. Living Islands: Live
Bringing the fascinating lives of the puffin and other seabirds into your classroom from the island of Alderney. With it’s trail in summer 2013 Living islands is all set to run again in summer 2014 but there are only 200 places for schools who would like to join in. Once registered, there are lots of cross curricular resources, live web chats, blogs and the 24/7 island webcams.
5. BP Science Resources
BP Educational Services have put together a selection of videos, PowerPoint presentations, online activities and worksheets to teach electricity, forces and materials, as well as scientific enquiry.