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Snap Science videos

Here are links to the videos from Snap Science to support your pupils working from home.

Year 1

Our changing world: Animal antics lesson 2: How many birds visit our bird feeding station?

Bird table visitors

Our changing world: Animal antics enrichment lesson 1: How should we care for our pets?

Pet care

Our changing world: Sensing seasons lesson 4: How does weather change across the seasons?

What's the weather like?

Our changing world: Sensing seasons lesson 5: What do different kinds of weather look and feel like?

Whatever the weather

Looking at animals lesson 2: How are animals' bodies different?

Amphibians and repitles

Looking at animals lesson 3: Do fish have fingers?

Swimming fish

Looking at animals lesson 5: How do different animals move?

A frog and a snake

Looking at animals lesson 5: How do different animals move?

Moving animals

Looking at animals enrichment lesson 2: Who's who on Old MacDonald's Farm?

Farm video

Looking at animals enrichment lesson 3: Who cares for animals when they are sick?

Animal hospital

Using our sense lesson 4: How can we explore the world using out sense of touch?

Baby's touch

Everyday materials lesson 2: What material is this? Part 2

Lots of water

Year 2

Our changing world lesson 4: How do animals change?

Animals in life cycles

What is in your habitat? Lesson 2: What do different animals in their habitats?

Woodland animals

The apprentice gardener enrichment lesson 4: Do seeds and plants need soil?

Where do plants grow?

The apprentice gardener lesson 7: What happens when a seed germinates?

Seed germination

Materials: Shaping up lesson 5: Which elastic shall we use for a catapult?

Catapults

Materials: Good choices lesson 7: Which is the bounciest ball?

Ball games

Materials: Good choices enrichment lesson 1: What materials are suitable for covering a tent?

Tents

Take care lesson 3: How can we stay fit?

Physical activity

Take care lesson 4: How can we stay clean?

Keeping clean

Growing up lesson 2: How have we changed?

Growing and changing

Growing up lesson 3: How do we change throughout our lives?

Human life stages

Year 3

Our changing world lesson 2: What seeds can we find through the year?

Seed dispersal

Our changing world lesson 10: How are seeds dispersed?

Seed dispersal

How does your garden grow? Lesson 5: Where does the water go?

Coloured carnations

How does your garden grow? Lesson 7: Where do new plants come from?

Life cycle of an apple

How does your garden grow? Lesson 8: What do flowers have in common?

Parts of a flower

How does your garden grow? Lesson 8: What do flowers have in common?

Flower dissection

How does your garden grow? Lesson 9: What do bees do?

Inspect pollination

Rock detective lesson 4: Are all rocks as hard as one another?

Sculptor at work

Rock detective lesson 5: Are all rocks waterproof?

A clip of a potter talking about the process of glazing and firing clay to make it impermeable

Rock detectives lesson 6: How do rocks change over time?

Stone aging

Rock detectives lesson 6: How do rocks change over time?

Landslips and Slides

Rock detectives lesson 9: What is a fossil anyway?

Steve Eches

Rock detectives enrichment lesson 1: Where and how are fossils found?

Fossil hunter

Can you see me? Enrichment lesson 1: Are you safe in the sun?

UV light

The power of forces lesson 1: How to make it start to move?

What makes it move?

The power of forces lesson 2: What's making it move?

Air as a source of power

The power of forces lesson 2: what's making it move?

How does the wind turbine move?

The power of forces lesson 3: How well can an object slide on different materials?

Helter skelter

The power of forces lesson 4: Which materials are magnetic?

A large magnet

The power of forces lesson 5: What can magnets do?

Testing magnets

The power of forces lesson 7: How do magnets affect each other?

Moving pendulum with magnets

Amazing bodies lesson 3: How does an adventurer stay healthy?

Staying healthy

Amazing bodies lesson 3: How does an adventurer stay healthy?

Expedition diet

Amazing bodies lesson 7: Do our bodies affect how well we do things?

What makes a good athlete?

Amazing bodies lesson 7: How do muscles help up move?

Chicken leg

Amazing bodies enrichment lesson 1: What food will you need to take to the Arctic?

Expedition trailer

Year 4

In a state lesson 4: What are melting and freezing?

Melting

In a state lesson 9: What is boiling?

What's my boiling point?

In a state enrichment lesson 2: Why do we put salt on icy roads?

Clearing the ice and snow

Good vibrations lesson 3: How do sounds travel?

Sound vibrations

Good vibrations lesson 4: How can we make a sound louder and quieter?

Music

Good vibrations lesson 4: How can we make a sound louder and quieter?

Quiet and loud sounds

Good vibrations lesson 6: How can we change the pitch of a plucked note?

Playing the harp

Good vibrations lesson 7: How can we use air to make music?

Air instruments

Good vibrations enrichment lesson 1: How can we make the best string telephone?

Past communication

Good vibration enrichment lesson 2: How can we muffle sound?

Noisy work

Good vibrations enrichment lesson 3: Can all animals hear?

Animals

Good vibrations enrichment lesson 4: What is an echo?

Echoes

Good vibrations enrichment lesson 4: What is an echo?

Echoes and echolocation

Where does all that food go? Lesson 4: Why do we have different types of teeth?

Breaking down food

Where does all that food go? Lesson 9: How can we model the digestive system?

The digestive system

Human impact lesson 4: Why does clearing little matter?

How litter is dangerous to animals

Human impact enrichment lesson 1: What do zoos do?

What do zoos do?

Year 5

Our changing world lesson 2: How can we grow more plants without using seeds

Plant propagation

Our changing world lesson 3: Which plants are best to plant in our growing space? How can we ensure that produce is ready at the right time?

Market garden

Circle of life lesson 2: What do we know about the life cycles of mammals?

Marvelous mammals

Circle of life lesson 3: What do we know about the life cycles of amphibians?

Hedgehog and garden frog

Circle of life lesson 4: What do we know about the life cycles of insects?

Insects galroe!

Circle of life lesson 5: What do we know about the life cycles of birds?

Birds as animals

Circle of life lesson 7: How are humans helping endangered animals to complete their life cycles?

Endangered animals’ stories

Circle of life enrichment lesson 1: Why do animals make incredible journey's as part of their life cycles?

Journey of the humpback whale

Reproduction in plants and animals lesson 2: Are all flowers on all plants the same?

Male and female flowers

Reproduction in plants and animals lesson 3: Do all plants reproduce by producing seeds?

Propagating plants

Reproduction in plants and animals lesson 5: How do mammals and birds reproduce?

Courtship rituals

Everyday materials lesson 1: Which materials are used in our school buildings, what for and why?

Different materials used in building construction

Everyday materials lesson 1: Which materials are used in our school buildings, what for and why?

Buildings insulation

Everyday materials lesson 6: Nappy Ending: What's the best brand of nappy?

Nappies

Everyday materials enrichment lesson 1: Are all bikes the same?

Bike History

Everyday materials enrichment lesson 2: Spenser Silver and sticky notes: What's the stickiest glue?

The story of Spencer Silver

Materials: All change! Lesson 3: How long does it take for iron nails to rust

Preventing rusting

Materials: All change! Enrichment lesson 1: What would make the best rocket fuel?

Stomp rocket

Materials: All change! Enrichment lesson 2: What are the bubbles in honey comb toffee

Honeycomb toffee being made

Feel the force lesson 2: Why does an object fall?

Feather and hammer

Feel the force lesson 5: Does the shape of an object affect its movement in a liquid?

Moving in water

Feel the force lesson 5: Does the shape of an object affect its movement in a liquid

Boat bows

Feel the force lesson 9: How can we left a heavy load?

Cranes

Feel the force lesson 10: Can a wheel with teeth make work easier?

Cyclist

Feel the force lesson 10: Can a wheel with teeth make work easier?

Clock

Year 6

Our changing world lesson 3: How can be observe the life cycles of specific animals more closely?

Butterfly metamorphosis

The nature library lesson 8: Was it always this way?

History of Classification

The nature library lesson 9: What happens when scientists disagree?

Classification of plants

Body pump lesson 4: What is in blood?

Why donate?

Body health lesson 4: How have diets changed?

James Lind

Body health lesson 5: How is pulse rate affected by exercise?

How can I take my pulse rate?

Body health enrichment lesson 1: How do athletes keep fit?

How I keep fit

Everything changes lesson 3: How can we make our food better?

Selective breeding

Everything changes lesson 4: How does the environment affect plants?

Plant environment

DANGER! Low voltage lesson 3: How strong is your resistance?

Flow of electrons

DANGER! Low voltage lesson 5: Will the lights stay on? (Part 1)

Generating and transmitting electricity

DANGER! Low voltage enrichment lesson 1: Are you all wired up? (Part 1)

Lights

DANGER! Low voltage enrichment lesson 3: Can you protect the crown jewels? (Part 1)

Crown jewels

Light up your world lesson 5: How can you measure a shadow?

Changing shadows

Light up your world enrichment lesson 1: How can you make a good shadow puppet?

Shadow puppet theatre