### Hands-on Water Cycle Fun!

Mini water cycles using a rotisserie container

### Does it Dissolve? Kids Science Experiment

Does it dissolve Water Science Activity for Kids-Simple science experiment kids will love!

Great Science notebook! No downloads, but a very visual idea of how to notebook the changing states of matter and magnetism.

Take your squishy circuits 3D! In the "Electric Play Dough Project 3: Light Up Your Sculptures!" #science project, students make and use conductive and insulating dough to create a three-dimensional sculpture that lights up. [Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/Elec_p075.shtml?from=Pinterest] #STEM #scienceproject

Here's a simple fact sheet on circuits and conductors. Includes a helpful glossary.

Homemade Play Dough Circuits - using conductive and non-conductive homemade playdough. Looks fun!

Here's a simple fact sheet on how we see things. Includes a helpful glossary.

Display to reproduce by Sarah Ruffett - not my display

How we see things

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The Blitz - Cleadon Village Church Of England VA Primary School - Display

Micro-organisms display. My Year 6 pupils enjoyed looking at microscopic pictures of different microbes and matching them with the type they thought they were.

Examine what evacuees in WW2 had to go through - present their experiences visually.

Anderson Shelter Display, Classroom Display, class display, history, world war, bomb, shelter, past, old, Early Years (EYFS), KS1 & KS2 Primary Resources

Ww2 blitz experience in the classroom More

This is an awesome way to teach the water cycle. It would be a great idea for the take home kit because it is very easy for the students to do at home. You put water in a baggy and hang it on a window and leave it so you can see the condensation and draw the different cycles on the baggy to fit what was happening over time. -KT

Anderson shelters World War 2 classroom display photo - Photo gallery - SparkleBox

Play dough circuits 1: Create colourful electrical circuits with play dough and light-emitting diodes - even the littlies can get involved! ≈≈

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