The KS1 Science area covers life processes and living things including humans and animals, green plants, variation and classification, and looking at animals in their environment and habitat.
Children are able to enhance their Key Stage 1 learning about the human body and the importance of keeping healthy and are able to research different animal types such as birds, mammals, reptiles and fish.
The KS1 Science Materials and Their Properties section enables children to investigate changing materials and includes numerous activities to help them learn about grouping materials.
The Physical Processes section helps children to learn about Electricity including circuits and their elements; forces and motion including friction, magnets and springs, and forces in action like push and pull. Light and Sound are also covered within this KS1 Science area.
Children can carry out the @school assessment tests to test their knowledge of the different areas of KS1 Science.
Body Parts - Interactive activity to name the body parts
Eye Colour - Interpret a graph about eye colour.
Faces 1 - Label the different parts of the face.
Faces 2 - Label the different parts of the face.
Growing Older - Online activity about humans growing older
Guided Tour of Human Body - Play a game, watch a video and take a quiz
Humans - Clipart about humans.
Neuroscience for Kids - Kids who would like to learn more about the nervous system. Enjoy the activities and experiments about the brain and spinal cord.
Our Bodies - Interactive whiteboard activities about our bodies
Ourselves - Interactive activity and quiz from BBC
Parts of the Body - Interactive activity to label parts of the body.
Seeing, Hearing and Smelling World - An excellent site teaching you all you need to know about the senses.
Senses - Interactive activity to identify the parts of the body used for your senses.
Senses - Online information and activities about senses
The Body - Online information and activities about the body
The Senses - Interactive activities about the five senses
Unit 1A – Ourselves - Online science resources