In this primary science game, you will use a magnifying glass to search for small creatures in an Australian garden to appreciate their diversity.
Looking at the diverse ways that light and sound can be produced, Primary Connections have created The Look! Listen! It provides opportunities for students to investigate sources of light and sound, how they are produced and how light and sound travel.
Link: Look! Listen!
Primary Connections have created the Changes all around unit. It is an ideal way to link science with literacy in the classroom. Through hands-on activities students explore the natural, constructed and managed changes that they see in the sky and landscape around them. This shows diversity in our environment.
Primary Connections have created The Dinosaurs and more unit. It is an ideal way to link science with literacy in the classroom. Through hands-on activities students explore the external features of modern animals and compare them with the skeletons of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. This shows the diversity of animals.
Students can observe diversity in their backyards. Students investigate the living things in their yard by completing an observational drawing activity. They begin this lesson by thinking about the living things that can be found in their yard, and then head outside to participate in a brief observation of these living things using their senses.