Science KS1

Science - KS 2

A log pile. How to build a log pile for wildlife
ACID RAIN EXPERIMENT. A simple experiment for acid rain
ANIMALS AND LIGHT POLLUTION. Light pollution
BADGER FOOD CHAINS AND WEBS. Food chains and webs
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Badgery Science Fun - 1 Seeds
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Badgery Science Fun - 2 Sorting animals
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Badgery Science Fun - 3 Trophic levels
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Badgery Science Fun - 4 Plants
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Badgery Science Fun - 5 Teeth
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Badgery Science Fun - 6 Animals live in many different habitats.
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Badgery Science Fun - 7 Body parts
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Badgery Science Fun - 8 Shadows
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Badgery Science Fun - 9 Graphing weight
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Badgery Science Fun - 10 Pollination
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Badgery Science Fun - 11 Materials
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Badgery Science Fun - 12 Sound
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Badgery Science Fun - 13 Water
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Badgery Science Fun -14 Nutrition
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Badgery Science Fun - 15 Types of soil
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Badgery Science Fun - 16 Survival
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Badgery Science Fun - 17 Environmental changes
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Badgery Science - 18 Energy and forces
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Badgery Science Fun - 19 Alive, once alive, never alive
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Badgery Science Fun - 20 Electricity at the Hide
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Badgery Science Fun 21 - Invertebrates
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Badgery Science Fun - 22 Soil
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Bird Care Recipes. How to make bird cakes.
Boffins - 1 Science quiz
Boffins - 2 Science quiz
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Boffins - 3 Science quiz
Boffins - 4 Science quiz
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Boffins - 5 Science quiz
Boffins - 6 Science quiz
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Boffins - 7 Science quiz
Boffins - 8 Science quiz
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Boffins - 9 Science quiz
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'BOFFIINS' Explained Teachers' guide to Boffins
Celebrating the Return of the Otter. The future for the otter is now much brighter.
Charles Darwin. Charles Darwin was probably the greatest English naturalist.
Climate Change Action Plan. Think globally, act locally with the Wildlife Trusts’ guide to low-carbon living.
.Could We Bring them Back? Could we bring back extinct animals?
Creating a Stumpery. Why not construct a stumpery at your school?
.DINOSAURS! Fancy seeing some real, live dinosaurs?
Doing Our Best For Wildlife. Things to do for wildlife.
Easy Feeders. Try making bird cake for your own hanging bird feeders and tables.
ECO-CODE. You could have your very own Eco-Code.
Energy Saver. Fancy getting into saving the planet? You could start today!
Feeding Feathered Friends. Feeding birds near to your home gives you a chance to see wild animals.
Get a Net! (No, not an internet!) Why not go pond-dipping?
Grow your own. Fancy getting out into the great outdoors?
.Hot Spots for Wildlife So where are your local hotspots for wildlife?
.How does your garden grow? There’s a lot you can do to improve your garden for wildlife.
.Investigate Your Soil So what’s living in your soil? Why not run an experiment to find out?
LOVE YOUR BUTTERFLIES! Why don’t you plant shrubs to encourage butterflies to your garden?
NICE WEATHER FOR WILDLIFE - 2010 The traditional seasons we have are good for our country’s wildlife.
Pebble Pools Why not build a pebble pool in your garden?
.Pooters You could make a home-made pooter for catching tiny animals without hurting them.
.Power in Your Purse! You can support environmentally-friendly products and projects by thinking about what you buy.
Resource Recycling. Recycling means using things again, not just chucking them away.
Sir John Lubbock. The man who gave us Bank Holidays, amongst other things.
Small is Beautiful. You could try this as a quick and easy way to sort out the minibeasts in your garden.
So why not help wildlife?. We can all help wildlife in so many ways. One of the easiest ways is to use our gardens.
Testing Air Pollution. We can do a number of tests for air pollution, such as an acid rain test.
'THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT!' You might be ready for bed, but out there, in the countryside .....?
Tiny Traps. Make a pitfall trap.
'Water Watchdog' Households in England and Wales use 70% more water than 30 years ago! O
When winter begins ... It’s time to think about helping our wildlife.
WHERE DID WE GET OUR MAMMALS? So where did our wildlife come from?
Why Some Animals Can Live With Us and Others Can Have you ever wondered why we have domesticated some animals, but not others?
'Wormwatch' Setting up a wormery

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