Year 4 Science Links
Key Stage 2
Year 4 Science Links
Q-files - Sound
This online encyclopedia covers the topic of sound and has an A-Z guide.
DK Find Out - Sound
This site covers a range of topics including how sounds are created, loudness and pitch.
Science Trek - Sound
This American site has a good explanation of sound and how sound can be used.
BBC Education - Sound
This site has lots of video clips explaining different aspects of sound.
BBC Bitesize - Sound
Play this game featuring the Sarah Jane Adventures to learn more about sound.
BBC Science Clips - Changing Sound
Investigate how the sound made by different instruments can be changed.
ABC Splash - Investigating Sound
Try out some different instruments and see how the sounds they make can be changed.
ABC Splash - Making Music
Investigate the different notes that can be made on this virtual guitar.
Intel Education - Sound
This site explains how sounds are produced.
What Is Sound?
This online activity explains sound and links it to how the human ear hears.
The Ear and Hearing
The Children's University of Manchester - How The Ear Works
This site has animations which explain the functioning of the ear.
Q-files - The Ear
This site has information about how the human ear hears sounds.
Intel Education - Ears and Hearing
This site explain the basics of how humans hear sounds.
States of Matter
DK Find Out - Solids, Liquid and Gases
This site explains about states of matter and how states can be changed.
BBC Bitesize - Changing States
This archived sites has information about states of matter and a game to play.
Brain Pop - States of Matter
Learn more about solids, liquids and gases. Note that this is a free activity but you have to subscribe to the rest of the site.
Science Trek - States of Matter
This American site has a good explanation about the states of matter and changing state.
ABC Splash - Solid to Liquid
Investigate what happens to ice when it is taken out of the freezer.
ABC Splash - Liquid to Gas
Investigate what happens to a bowl of water when it is put somewhere warm.
The Water Cycle
Q-files - The Water Cycle
This online encyclopedia has details about the water cycle.
The Water Cycle
This American interactive activity shows each stage of the water cycle.
BBC Education - The Water Cycle
Watch this video which explains the stages of the water cycle.
USGS - The Water Cycle
Click on the different sections of this interactive diagram to find out more.
Q-Files - Electricity
This online encyclopedia has lots of information about what electricity is and how it can be used in circuits.
DK Find Out - Electricity
This site covers a range of topics including batteries, circuits and electric animals.
Science Trek - Electricity
This American site covers the basic of electricity.
BBC Education - Electricity
This site has lots of videos about electricity.
BBC Science Clips - Changing Circuits
Try changing the circuits and see what happens.
Try to build an electrical circuit by dragging and dropping electrical symbols.
Learn more about circuits using this website.
Find out about electricity basics, simple circuits and circuit diagrams by using this activity.
The Blobz Guide to Electrical Circuits
This online activity has five sections to complete.
UK Power Networks - Power Up
Learn about electricity and why it can be dangerous.
Grouping Plants and Animals
Q-Files - Living Things
This site covers the features of living things and they way they can be classified.
ABC Splash - Animal Search
Sort the animals into mammals, fish, reptiles and amphibians.
The Oxford University Museum of Natural History - Learning Zone
This site has a good explanation of how living things are classified.
BBC Education - Classification Clips
This site has video clips covering classifying different animals.
Intel Education - Variation
This activity covers how plants and animals can be grouped.
Science Links - Classification
Click on the plants and animals which fit the criteria.
Crickweb - Minibeast Classification
Use a key to sort a selection of minibeasts.
Sheppard Software - Animal Classification (ADVERTS)
Learn how different animals are classified. This site also has a selection of games.
Q-Files - Carl Linnaeus
This site has information about the life of Carl Linnaeus who developed the system for classifying living things.
DK Find Out - Carl Linnaeus
This site has some information about the scientist and his life.
DK Find Out - Digestion
This site has some information about how the human body digests food.
Q-files - Digestion
This site covers the process of digestion.
The Children's University of Manchester - Digestion
Try labelling a diagram of the digestive system.
BBC Education - Digestion
This video covers the effect that your breakfast can have on during the day as well as covering digestion.
ABC Splash - Digestion
Investigate what happens to the food we eat using this interactive activity.
E-Learning for Kids - The Digestive System
Read about the process of digestion then there is an exercise to complete where you need to reassemble the digestive system.
National Geographic Kids - Digestion (ADVERTS)
This site has a good description of where your food goes once you've eaten it.
Food Chains and Webs
DK Find Out - Food Chains and Webs
This site has lots of pictures and diagrams to explain food chains and webs.
Q-Files - Ecosystems
This site contains information about food chains and food webs.
BBC Bitesize - Food Chains
Play a game featuring the Deadly 60's Steve to learn more about food chains.
BBC Science Clips - Habitats
Identify the plants and animals in the habitat then drag them into a food chain.
BBC Education - Food Chains
This site has a selection of videos about food chains.
Crickweb - Food Chains
Read about food chains then drag plants and animals into the correct place to create a food chain.
Science Trek - Food Webs
This American site has information about food webs including producers and consumers.
ABC Splash - Who's For Dinner?
This Australian activity focuses on the food chains in a bilabong.
Sheppard Software - Food Chain Game (ADVERTS)
Try to create a range of food chains by dragging and dropping animals and plants into the correct order.
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