Answer the clues to complete the word snake.
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Classify the transparent, translucent, and opaque objects, and practise reflection.
Follow these instructions to make a colour wheel and a plastic cup telephone and use them in some fun experiments!
Look at these optical illusions and answer the questions. In each case, what you think you see is not what is actually drawn.
Follow these instructions to make a ruler guitar and a bottle organ and try using them in some fun experiments!
Fill in the blanks using the clues to identify parts of the human bod. Have a go at arranging the parts of the alimentary (digestive) canal.
Match the human diseases to their descriptions and fill in the blanks to complete these notes about foodstuffs and human digestion.
Name the group of living organisms that is described and have a go at finding examples for each of the classes of vertebrate.
Match the life processes to the correct description and find the odd one out in these lists of living things.
Answers to the Oxford Primary Illustrated Science Dictionary activity sheets.
Answer the clues to solve this crossword about plants and then complete the paragraph about how plants make food in their leaves.
Fill in the blanks in this food web for a grassy field using five statements about the animals and plants.
Fill in the missing letters to identify different parts of a flower and write about the formation of fruit.
Identify which of these materials are hard and which are soft and sort them under the correct headings.
Label the different plants and animals and sort them under the correct headings.
Label the seasons and the life cycle of a butterfly.
Label the life cycle of a flower.
Answers to the Oxford First Illustrated Science Dictionary activity sheets.
Answer the five clues to find five metals and label the changes of state to complete this diagram.
Find the different areas of scientific study in the wordsearch and match them to the correct description.
Match the material to the correct description and identify the different forms of the element carbon.
Match these scientific words to the correct description.
Science and engineering provide fantastic career opportunities, but science is not just for scientists – it’s a huge part of everyday life. A good grounding in science will help every child to navigate their world and make good decisions. Isabel Thomas recommends books for ages 3–11 to inspire your young scientist.
Six super science activities to try at home from Isabel Thomas. Bake a solar system, design a marble run, and sculpt with sugar!
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