Science Fact or Science Fiction?


By John Stringer


Why do plants need water? Why does frozen milk push the top off the bottle? Why does my shadow look like me? When helping children learn about science, we need to start with what they think – and challenge their misconceptions.


Format: Paperback
210 x 297mm

KS1 70 pages
KS2 96 pages

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Engagingly written, these resources will help teachers work through a range of key science concepts, distinguishing fact from fiction, and dealing with the ideas that children commonly bring to the classroom. Each unit is based around a common question or misconception. The photocopiable resource sheets help to build children’s understanding.
Areas covered include:


  • How important is evidence?
  • How do you predict the outcome?
  • How could you get better?

These are excellent resources for KS1 and KS2 teachers.

Additional information

Weight .294 kg


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