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March 24, 2012 by ..
Middle School Activities
“Acid Rain: An Air Pollutant
Acid Rain: “It’s Eating Away at You”
Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD): A Case Study Using the Film “Lorenzo’s Oil”
Airfoil Experiment 2″
Science Boot Camp | Year 6 SATS Science Revision & Resources
Food chains & more
100 Amazing Scientists You Should Follow on Twitter | Accredited Online Colleges.com
“find an amazing collection of scientists who are busy posting links as well as their own thoughts on a wide range of topics. No matter if your interest is in chemistry, physics, Earth sciences, or a more general appreciation of science, you will find Twitter feeds to fill you need for more science.”
Year 6 SATS Maths Revision – KS2 | Maths Boot Camp
“All links lead to high quality activities/learning zones on reputable sites such as the BBC “
Cool Math 4 Kids Subtraction Help – Subtraction Lessons – Subtraction Three Digit Numbers with Regrouping (Borrowing) – free online cool math lessons, cool math games, fun math activities, math flash cards to print, calculators and more!
“Subtracting Three Digit Numbers with
Learning how to regroup when subtracting three digit numbers”
Year 6 SATS Literacy Revision – KS2 | Literacy Boot Camp
- Nouns & pronouns
Nouns & pronouns
What is a noun?
What are nouns?
Common & proper nouns
Hands-On Activities :: Science Mania :: Vanderbilt Center for Science Outreach
Middle school science activities – “Air Pressure Apparatus
Baggie Pencil Puncture”
“We’re searching for interesting signals coming from the Kepler Field. Will we find life on another planet? “
New analysis of clay deposits in ancient Martian Lakes
“Mars was once a much wetter world than it is now, with hot springs, rivers, lakes and perhaps even oceans. Just how wet exactly, and for how long, is still a subject of considerable debate. One vital clue comes from clay mineral deposits and sediments left over after the water disappeared, but still visible now. They provide a valuable insight into what Mars used to be like, and why it is the cold, dry place we see today.”
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