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In these interactive project-based lessons, Frothy Fruit Company sells drinks from travelling stalls. They want to sell Silly Straws but there is limited space! Students work together to solve this problem and create a point-of-sale display stand that meets Frothy Fruit’s criteria and constraints. Students are introduced to problem solving through design, prototyping and evaluation. They develop understanding of material properties and extend skills in model building and conducting practical tests, as well as making claims supported by evidence and using and communicating technical information.
Project kit features seven practical activities and includes everything needed to start teaching, straight from the box. Teacher’s Guide Six Student Activity Books, photocopiable worksheets and home links activities included.Learn More
Project kit features six hands-on activities and includes everything needed to start teaching, straight from the box: A detailed Teacher’s Guide Six Student Activity Books, photocopiable worksheets and home links activities. The materials for 30 students Assessment tools. This project supports the National Curriculum for England and the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence.Learn More
In these STEM lessons Build Safe Construction Company are planning a new apartment building, but earthquakes are common in Fault City and they need to make the building safe.
Students work as a team, using earthquake knowledge, adhering to criteria and constraints and analysing data to develop an evidence-based plan. Through investigation, they test earthquake-resistant technologies and construct model buildings that withstand earthquakes!Learn More
In these project-based lessons Jazmin loves hiking but her boots always slip! With the help of her friend Ivy students use inspiration from nature, model building, and the practical skills of planning and conducting investigation to solve this problem.
Students develop an understanding of friction, shape, and material properties as they use the engineering process to design a hiking boot with stronger grip.Learn More
In this project Pam wants to ride her bike to visit Ava, but Ava’s tree is on a very high hill. What’s more, Pam lives on the ground while Ava flies through the air, how does this affect what they see?
With this hands-on classroom kit, students look from both perspectives as they learn about maps, coordinates, and contour lines in a fun and interactive way.
Through practical activities students develop an understanding of shape, observation, and design as they map a cycle path to unite the friends!Learn More
In these project-based lessons students meet Ron, a skateboarding armadillo who wants to make the new ramp safe for everyone.
Through fun practical exploration, slopes and surfaces are brought to life.
Students are introduced to the effects of friction and gradient on motion and distance and explore the concepts of guessing (predicting) and recording data. They also learn about measurement and using graphs to problem solve as they are challenged to engineer the ramp so that Ron goes far... but not too far!Learn More