The Earth and Beyond Welcome to The Earth and Beyond Hello, my name is Tim O'Brien. I'm an astronomer working at The University of Manchester's Jodrell Bank Observatory. Exploding stars You may know the names of some patterns of stars (called constellations) such as Orion or the Great Bear. This picture shows Orion the Hunter and Taurus the Bull with the position of an exploded star known as the Crab Nebula. We're all made of stars Understanding why stars explode is very important because most of the chemical elements (carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and so on) were made inside stars and are spread out into space when they explode. Billions of years ago the Sun, Earth and the other planets formed out of the leftovers from one of these gigantic explosions. Learn about astronomy Exploding stars is just one example of why astronomy is important and fun. Good luck with your studies! Constellation picture from Stellarium by Fabien Chereau.
KS1 Science © 3913.co.uk The clues are the names of the adult animals, the correct answers are the name of their young. © v2vtraining.co.uk A three part sorting activity based around animals. This is a quiz to support the understanding of adult and young animals. 15 multiple choice questions with built in answer checking. A three part activity to help with understanding the differences between young and adult animals. The materials sorting and labelling application is a simple to use science vocabulary exercise. A sound identification activity with sorting of musical instruments by how the sound is made. Watch the water cycle in action and add your own labels. Label words are simply dragged and dropped into the correct place in the diagram. Label words are simply dragged and dropped into the correct place in the picture. The plant parts labelling application is a simple to use science vocabulary exercise. Choose a map and add labels to make your own forecast.
Wonderopolis Healthy Eating Welcome to the Healthy eating module for children aged 5-8 years. This module supports primary school children learning about healthy eating, as depicted by the eatwell plate and is comprised of a comprehensive Teachers' Guide and three Key Facts; Key Fact 1 - Food is a basic requirement for life; Key fact 2 - People choose different types of food; Key Fact 3 - We all need to eat a variety and balance of food to stay healthy, as depicted in the eatwell plate. The Key Facts are the key messages and skills children need to know and ensure that children's learning is coherent and progressive. Interactive activities This module is supported by four exciting activities. Make a balanced plate (The eatwell plate and its food groups.) Make a healthy lunchbox (Create a healthy lunchbox in line with The eatwell plate.) Unmuddle the meals (Investiagte a range of meals and food groups from The eatwell plate.) This module is also available in Welsh.
Jamie's Ministry of Food | Home | Jamie Oliver "I want to inspire you to get in the kitchen and cook meals for yourself and your family from scratch, whether you're a complete beginner or a good cook who likes simplicity. With some basic skills under your belt and a handful of recipes, you'll be able to prepare nutritious meals on any budget." Jamie Oliver Tower Hamlets Council join the Ministry of Food campaign to improve residents' cooking skills Thu 16th Apr 2015 10:16READ MORE Ministry of Food Bradford celebrates 5th Birthday Mon 08th Dec 2014 15:08READ MORE Ministry of Food centres proven to improve diet Mon 27th Oct 2014 11:27READ MORE Premiership clubs to kickstart cooking lessons Fri 10th Oct 2014 15:10READ MORE Click on a thumbnail to find out more. Discuss cooking and more. subject