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Useful Science resources for KS1/KS2 

Take a look at our interactive science lessons covering Energy and Forces, Environmental Awareness and Care, Living Things and Materials.
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Conserving energy1. Conserving energy
Non-renewable energy sources are limited so it is important that we conserve energy.
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Forms of energy2. Forms of energy
Introduction to identifying and naming different forms of energy.
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Fossil fuels3. Fossil fuels
An introduction to the formation of fossil fuels and problems and alternatives.
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Non-renewable sources of energy4. Non-renewable sources of energy
Energy sources are divided into two groups - renewable and non-renewable. This LO focuses on non-renewable sources.
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Renewable sources of energy5. Renewable sources of energy
Energy sources are divided into two groups - renewable and non-renewable. This LO focuses on renewable sources.
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Sound6. Sound 
Sound transfers energy from a vibrating body to our ears. Vibrations travel through a medium, which may be a solid, a liquid or a gas
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The Earth and beyond7. The Earth and beyond
The moon’s apparent shape changes in a predictable way. These changes may be explained by the moon’s motion relative to the earth and sun.
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The electric circuit8. The electric circuit
An electrical circuit is a system. It is a path of electrical components and conductors with no breaks in it, and an energy source to make electric charges flow around the conducting path. The energy source may be cells or the ‘mains’ electricity supply.
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What is energy?9. What is energy?
Explain what energy is and give examples of how energy makes things happen.
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Direct sources of water pollution10. Direct sources of water pollution
Water is essential for life and therefore it is very important that we keep water clean and free from pollution.
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Electricity rules for outside11. Electricity rules for outside
Safety rules for electricity
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Electricity rules for the home12. Electricity rules for the home
Safety rules for electricity in the home.
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Indirect sources of water pollution13. Indirect sources of water pollution
Water is essential for life and therefore it is very important that we keep water clean and free from pollution. Polluted water carries disease, toxic wastes and other harmful substances that can kill plants and animals. There are two sources of water pollution, namely direct and indirect sources.
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Multiplication14. Protecting our water from pollution
Water is essential for life and therefore it is very important that we keep water clean and free from pollution. This lesson looks at ways that we can reduce or prevent water pollution.
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Number patterns15. Save our water – be water wise in the home 
Water is essential for life and therefore it is very important that we learn how to become water wise in the home to ensure that we have constant supply of water.
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Place value16. Save our water - be water wise outdoors
Water is essential for life and therefore it is very important that we learn how to become water wise in the garden to ensure that we have constant supply of water.
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Prime and composite numbers17. The water cycle
The water cycle moves water from the earth to the air and back to the earth again. Water changes form as it goes through this process
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Ratio18. Animal support systems
All animals need some support system to give them
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3D shapes19. Animals as consumers
Learn about animals as consumers and how they are classified by what they eat.
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Area20. Food chains
An introduction to the concept of a food chain
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Perimeter21. Healthy eating
We need an adequate and varied diet to keep us healthy
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Polygons22. How animals reproduce
All animals make copies of themselves. Sexual reproduction provides variation in species.
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Volume23. How my body moves
The skeleton uses joints and muscles to help us move.
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Volume24. How plants grow
The source of food and energy for plants.
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Volume25. My body's frame - its functions
The skeleton provides shape and protection for the body.
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Volume26. My body's frame - the skeleton
Description of the skeleton
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Volume27. New plants from plant parts
New plants can grow from a parent plant by asexual or vegetative reproduction.
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Volume28. Plants live in different places
Plants grow in many different places and have become adapted to help them live in these different environments.
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Volume29. Social patterns – living in groups
Animals live in groups for safety or for getting food.
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Volume30. Teeth
We have different types of teeth that help us to eat our food.
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Volume31. Variation
To identify that living things are sorted into different groups according to their special features.
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Volume32. Your sense - taste and smell
Sense organs are specially developed parts of the body that receive information and take it back to the brain. The sense organs are the eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin. Taste and smell is covered in this lesson.
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Volume33. Your senses - ears and hearing
Sense organs are specially developed parts of the body that receive information and take it back to the brain. The sense organs are the eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin. Hearing and the structure of the ear is covered in this lesson.
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Volume34. Your senses - eyes and seeing
Sense organs are specially developed parts of the body that receive information and take it back to the brain. The sense organs are the eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin. Hearing and the structure of the ear is covered in this lesson.
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Volume35. Your senses - the skin
Sense organs are specially developed parts of the body that receive information and take it back to the brain. The sense organs are the eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin. The structure of the skin is covered in this lesson.
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Volume36. Changes can be temporary or permanent - part 1
There are many ways of changing materials. They can be melted, boiled, frozen and even burnt.
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Volume37. Changes can be temporary or permanent - part 2
Changes can be temporary or permanent. For example, dissolving and separating substances
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Volume38. Characteristics of matter
Matter has certain characteristics like volume, mass and density.
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Volume39. How materials are classified - part 1
Materials are grouped according to their properties, these make them useful for different jobs
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Volume40. How materials are classified – part 2
Materials are grouped according to their properties, these make them useful for different jobs – we look at the properties of thermal conductivity, insulation
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Properties of the states of matter41. Properties of the states of matter
Matter is grouped according to its properties i.e. the state of matter.
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Reaction of materials - part 142. Reaction of materials - part 1
Some materials react differently when exposed to different temperature – we focus on melting, evaporation, condensation and solidification.
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Reaction of materials – part 243. Reaction of materials – part 2
Some materials react differently when exposed to different temperature – we focus on expansion, contraction.
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Some types of materials44. Some types of materials
When we make something from matter that is useful, we call it a material. Useful materials can be grouped into three main groups.
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What is matter?45. What is matter?
Matter makes up our universe. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space.
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When matter is alive?46. When is matter alive?
Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. Things made of matter can either be living or non-living. How do we know when matter is living?
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