Year 5 Science Materials New Materials and Irreversible Changes Lesson Pack

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Year 5 Science New Materials and Irreversible Changes Lesson Pack
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  • This resource is hard to use, having problems getting the correct compatibility. The text doesn't appear in English. please could this be sorted

    , Dec 18th
    • Hi McDRob,
      Thank you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll ask our resource team to look at this right away!

      , Dec 18th
    • Hi there McDRob,
      Thank you for spotting this mistake! Our lovely teacher and design teams have corrected it and emailed the fixed resource to you. It will also be updated on the website within 48 hours, and you can find it either as a main resource, or under 'Alternative versions' above.

      , Dec 18th
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  • Class display - great for talking points and homework

    , Aug 26th
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    , Apr 29th
  • Great power point with experiment idea and discussion points.

    , Apr 19th
Year 5 Science Materials New Materials and Irreversible Changes Lesson Pack

Year 5 Science Materials New Materials and Irreversible Changes Lesson Pack - Powerpoint for unit of work on irreversible changes. 5 main lessons, which could be broken down in to more: heating, mixing, burning, rusting and famous scientists who pioneered innovative materials. A research and experimental task.
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  • Teacher Notes [PDF]
  • Scientist Information Sheets [PDF]
  • Year 5 Science Materials New Materials and Irreversible Changes Lesson [PPT]

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  • Homepage » Key Stage 2 » Science » Materials and their Properties » Changing Materials » Powerpoints
  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Science » Upper Keystage 2 » Year 5 » Properties and Changes of Materials » Explain that some changes result in the formation of new materials, and that this kind of change is not usually reversible, including changes associated with burning and the action of acid on bicarbonate of soda
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