Terrific Scientific brings science to the heart of your teaching with fantastic investigations and exciting resources linked to the curriculum.
Three new investigations on plastic, light and motion that can be planned into your timetable whenever you like.
Find out more about significant people in the history of science with these downloadable classroom activities.
Do you know the science behind how light bulbs function?
Why is it that some of us love Brussels sprouts, whilst others absolutely hate them?
How do igloos stay strong and warm? Find out more about the amazing process to build a house out of snow.
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This BBC Terrific Scientific Live Lesson explores adaption and evolution of living things
A Live Lesson exploring forces including air resistance and friction
CBBC stars Dr Chris and Dr Xand van Tulleken look at how look exercise affects how we think, feel, and behave