Curricular Links Science PDF ePub eBook

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Curricular Links Science free pdf This "Curricular-Links-Science" series is a fresh look at popular primary science themes that provide engaging cross-curricular activities in every subject area, all linked to a main science theme, culminating in impressive and eye-catching, creative belair displays. These new books are designed for primary teachers incorporating a cross-curricular and topic based approach to planning. The books provide planning grids (with NC references) showing links to a variety of subjects, using the science theme as the starting point. The series contains one book for each year group/age band. The books are a valuable resource for science co-ordinators aiming to inject creativity and cross-curricular planning into science teaching. The books can be used alongside the QCA science schemes of work or as a stand-alone resource when planning.This title includes 8 popular science themes within each book including: interdependence and adaptation, mirco-organisms, more about dissolving, reversible and irreversible change, force in action, how we see things, changing circuits, and environmental enquiry. The Planning Grids show how activities link to other subject areas, including NC and QCA references where appropriate, making teacher planning much easier. The books have Practical Starting points in science, including activities for scientific enquiry. It includes activities in literacy and maths linked to the main science theme. It includes further activities in other subjects such as art, history, geography, design and technology and PSHCE linked to the mains science theme.A photograph of a display for each core subject and a variety of displays for non-core subjects - all linked to the main science theme are provided. The book also contains a photocopiable activity sheet for science, literacy maths and other subject areas, linked to the main science theme, including helpful assessment ideas.

About Carolyn Dale

Carolyn Dale has a wealth of experience teaching science. She is an ex-LA science consultant and is currently a science SATS advisor. Carolyn also wrote the popular book Belair Science on Display.

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Author : Carolyn Dale
Publisher : Belair Publications Ltd
Data Published : 30 June 2008
ISBN : 1841914665
EAN : 9781841914664
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 80 pages
Age + : 10-14 years
Language : English
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