The science movies teach kids educational topics like animals, habitats, plants, land, matter, forces, space, energy, and weather.
This website is created in the USA but contains information that can be used in Australia. This interactive site contains videos and activities that are designed for the students grade and age level, most of the activities can be used in the IWB. Note that most of the resources from this site require subscription.
This webpage developed by the Australian Academy of Science, aims to develop students knowledge and understanding of science and literacy through an inquiry based approach, it contains resources and opportunity for Professional Development.
Using technology in the science classroom is very important, creating a blog about the class is a way to integrate literacy and technology in the science classroom. This is a quick guide for starting a classroom blog.
This is the official site for curriculum support in Science and Technology developed by the Department of Education and Communities. Here there are teacher resources, syllabus information, teacher support and samples of fork, this would be especially helpful for new teachers designing classroom activities.
This is a website designed for kids, its porpoise is to inform and make connections between weather and environment. This site provides also activities and even quizzes and contains information for parents and teachers. It is constantly changing so students can always find something new.
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