Engaging practical science activities for KS1/KS2 primary school children (aged 5-11), using dance and PE activities to engage kinaesthetic learners with the curriculum topic “Living things and their habitats”.
Oxford Brookes University Science Bazaar has collaborated with LYNNEBEC and the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) to produce “Superpillars Assemble” an exciting dance workshop for KS1/KS2 pupils to learn about butterflies, moths and their habitats.
Teaching materials for the project created by Dr. Melanie Gibbs (UKCEH) and Dr. Casper Breuker (Oxford Brookes University) are freely accessible to all teachers. The downloadable materials include:
- Lesson plans
- Lesson presentations for use in the classroom (Power Points with narration)
- Additional lesson support materials