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Schools: KS2 Science Clips

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-10-14 04:00:00
Magnets and Springs: Science Education series designed to inspire creativity in teaching and learning with clips relating to QCA Science schemes of work.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-10-14 03:00:00
Magnets and Springs: Science Education series designed to inspire creativity in teaching and learning with clips relating to QCA Science schemes of work.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-09-29 13:00:00
Solids and Liquids: Solid snow and ice melt into liquid water. Sand melts - but what does it become? Metals melt, but how can you tell which object is made out of which metal?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-09-29 12:00:00
Solids and Liquids: Solid snow and ice melt into liquid water. Sand melts - but what does it become? Metals melt, but how can you tell which object is made out of which metal?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-03-05 10:05:00
Rocks and Soils: Under every field, road, and town you will find rock. From the sides of a tunnel, to the sand in the bottom of a cave, or the soil beneath your feet, rock is everywhere.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-12-16 06:00:00
Friction: Looking at what friction is and how it can be measured.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-12-15 17:55:00
Light and Shadows: This programme looks at shadows and light.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-03-10 10:00:00
Friction: Looking at what friction is and how it can be measured.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-12-12 13:10:00
Light and Shadows: This programme looks at shadows and light.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-12-12 13:00:00
Friction: Looking at what friction is and how it can be measured.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-12-05 13:10:00
Magnets and Springs: Science Education series designed to inspire creativity in teaching and learning with clips relating to QCA Science schemes of work.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-12-05 13:00:00
Circuits and Conductors: From the simplest circuit to the power of electricity, what do a plastic duck and a wooden spoon have in common?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-11-28 13:10:00
Solids and Liquids: Solid snow and ice melt into liquid water. Sand melts - but what does it become? Metals melt, but how can you tell which object is made out of which metal?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-11-28 13:00:00
Rocks and Soils: Under every field, road and town you will find rock. From the sides of a mine tunnel to the sand in the bottom of a cave or the soil beneath - rock is everywhere.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-11-27 22:20:00
Solids and Liquids: Solid snow and ice melt into liquid water. Sand melts - but what does it become? Metals melt, but how can you tell which object is made out of which metal?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-11-21 13:00:00
Characteristics of Materials: Can you make a whole bicycle out of rubber and would it pass a fair test? How might you test fabrics - and for what purposes?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-11-14 13:10:00
Habitats: From large woodland areas to tiny seashore rock pools, from a plant growing on the top of a wall to water voles burrowing in river banks, habitats are just everywhere.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-06-13 13:20:00
Forces in Action: Galileo's experiment - from the leaning tower of Pisa to the moon. What happens to your dinner when you're weightless?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-06-13 13:10:00
Changing Circuits: Circuits in series, circuits in parallel - so which is a traffic light? Demonstrating a circuit using water, and the beginnings of circuit diagrams.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-06-13 13:00:00
Reversible and Irreversible Changes: Solubility and solutions; rust and how it works; separation by filtration and by distillation; and cake, as a tasty irreversible change.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-05-09 13:20:00
Circuits and Conductors: From the simplest circuit to the power of mains electricity. And what do a plastic duck and a wooden spoon have in common?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-05-09 13:10:00
Solids and Liquids: Solid snow and ice melt into liquid water. Sand melts - but what does it become? Metals melt, but how can you tell which object is made out of which metal?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-05-09 13:00:00
Rocks and Soils: Under every field, road, and town you will find rock. From the sides of a tunnel, to the sand in the bottom of a cave, or the soil beneath your feet, rock is everywhere.

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-05-09 12:20:00
Circuits and Conductors: From the simplest circuit to the power of mains electricity. And what do a plastic duck and a wooden spoon have in common?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-05-09 12:10:00
Solids and Liquids: Solid snow and ice melt into liquid water. Sand melts - but what does it become? Metals melt, but how can you tell which object is made out of which metal?

> Schools: KS2 Science Clips on BBC Two at 2006-05-09 12:00:00
Rocks and Soils: Under every field, road, and town you will find rock. From the sides of a tunnel, to the sand in the bottom of a cave, or the soil beneath your feet, rock is everywhere.

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