Material Properties and Definition Activity


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  • This would suit my lower junior class, especially as the word bank is differentiated - Thank you!

    , Aug 12th
  • Fantastic for a pre-unit assessment, although it is far too easy for KS2! Would expect some more challenging ideas such as; biodegradable, tasteless, flame retardant etc!

    , Jun 1st
    • Hi there lottiec123, thanks for your comment and feedback I have passed your suggestions on to our resource designers. :)

      , Jun 2nd
    • Hi there lottiec123, we have now made a higher ability version. :)

      , Jul 30th
    • Where can I find the higher ability resource?

      , May 4th
    • Hi Clarendonroad,
      Thank you for taking the time to get in touch. If you look below the pink 'download' button there is an option that states 'higher ability'. If you click on it it should download.If there is anything else we can help with, do let us know! :)

      , May 4th
This activity is a great way to get children to actively think about and find the answers they need, and can happily be used as an individual or group task.
This resource is available in Standard and Higher Ability.
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