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Science Bug - for the 2014 primary curriculum

 

Science Bug is an exciting hands-on science programme designed for today’s curious kids!

It’s written for the 2014 primary science programme of study in England to help you spark imagination, fuel curiosity and nurture inspired and confident young scientists.

It's perfect for Curriculum for Excellence and the Northern Ireland Curriculum too!

Science Bug is written by an expert author team 

Science Bug is packed with:

  • Inspiring plans, activities and tools – all online and in one place.
  • Practical investigations and outdoor learning to get kids doing science with their own hands
  • Interactive Teaching Resources containing videos, animations and fun activities that children will love
  • Built-in differentiation and assessment opportunities
  • NEW integrated "Progress and Assess" tools for tracking children's attainment and progress!
  • Guidance and support on key science concepts
  • Professional Development to help you get to grips with the new curriculum and make science real and hands-on for your children.

Read the Science Bug brochure

 

 

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International schools can buy the international edition of Science Bug from Pearson Global Schools here.

         

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Science Bug contains:

Online toolkit

Consisting of online planning tool and plans, guidance and support on key concepts, assessment opportunities, built in differentiation, photocopiable worksheets - and more.

Pupil Books

Assessment

Find out more about assessment here

Professional Development

Plus... children get access to an online pupil reward world packed with fun rewards.

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Customer Review:

"The first time I used it I felt like a pirate inspecting a treasure chest...In the right hands, Science Bug could be a triumph."

- John Dabell, Primary teacher and trained Ofsted Inspector

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