Tag: For ages 7-11

What do you want to know about biodiversity loss? (Royal Society)
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What do you want to know about biodiversity loss? (Royal Society)

The Royal Society’s new classroom resources, based on the latest evidence available to scientists, can be used to engage students of all ages in discussions about biodiversity loss. As with our climate resources, these Q&A based resources come in two ability levels to suit those aged 7 to 18: a basic 10 question and answer…

What do you want to know about climate change?  (Royal Society)
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What do you want to know about climate change? (Royal Society)

The Royal Society’s new evidence-based classroom resources can be used to engage students of all ages in the climate debate. Freely available on our website, these Q&A based resources come in two ability levels to suit those aged 7 to 18: a basic 10 question and answer version suitable for primary school students or younger…

Country Under Threat (European Space Agency)
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Country Under Threat (European Space Agency)

Global warming is causing polar ice sheets and glaciers to melt, adding more water to the oceans. Warming water also expands, causing the height of the sea’s surface to rise. The combination of high tides, sea level rise and storm waves endanger the survival of islands, costal communities and entire nations all around the world….

Is Ozone Good or Bad? (European Space Agency)
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Is Ozone Good or Bad? (European Space Agency)

The layer of ozone high up in the stratosphere is our main defence against the Sun’s ultraviolet radiation. But ozone is also a powerful greenhouse gas and ozone at ground level is a hazard to health. The Montreal Protocol to reduce the use of ozone-destroying chemicals world-wide is an inspirational example of how countries can…

The Water Cycle (European Space Agency)
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The Water Cycle (European Space Agency)

We all depend on the freshwater that cycles through the water cycle for hygiene and industry as well as for drinking and growing our food. Global warming changes the water cycle in complex ways that vary from place to place around the world. This printable pack contains a set of ready-to-use activities suitable for use…

Dynamic Earth – The Greenhouse Effect
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Dynamic Earth – The Greenhouse Effect

This video and activity pack will help you to understand the greenhouse effect and how human action is changing the climate. The Greenhouse effect is why increases in greenhouse gasses such as carbon dioxide cause the planet to heat up. We call things which cause greenhouse gasses sources and things which absorb them sinks. Curriculum…

Manchester Science Festival  learning resources (Science Museum Group)
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Manchester Science Festival learning resources (Science Museum Group)

Image credit: © Science Museum Group Younger audiences can discover more about climate change and ideas for a better world with learning resources from the Science Museum Group. Designed for 7–14 year olds, these downloadable activities to complete at home will support families to think differently about the way we all live our lives. They…

Bees and Biodiversity (University of Edinburgh Open.ed)
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Bees and Biodiversity (University of Edinburgh Open.ed)

Three lessons on the contribution that bees make to our planet on the topics of pollination, bee diversity, and hexagons in the bee hive (STEM activity). Lesson 1: Flower structure and pollination Lesson 2: Types of bees Lesson 3: Why bee hives are made up of hexagons Includes lesson plans, activities, presentations and worksheets. Curriculum…