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Science Assessment Activities

Discussion in 'Primary' started by stalia, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. Hi, I was just wondering the same thing as I need to look at assessment in my school, we to have the concept cartoon books and I have ordered a copy of Star assessment to have a look at so will let you know what it is like when it arrives.
     
  2. That would be great. I will keep searching!
     
  3. There are a selection of worksheets on sciencemuseum.org.uk website that has sets of activities for KS1 lower KS2 and Upper KS2 the activities on there may be of use.
     
  4. Thanks. These look great. A good way for children to apply their knowledge.
     
  5. Just looked at the Birmingham Think Tank. http://www.thinktank.ac/page.asp?section=89&sectionTitle=Trails+and+Resources Have not finished looking but they also have mini experiments which could start discussions.
     
  6. Hi RBL
    We use these. Definately not just KS3 though. Been on the Active Assessment Course for science and maths organised through local partnership (http://www.millgatehouse.co.uk/index.html - think this is right link.) Think we got the books on the course. The approach really helping with formative and summative assessment. Easy too and children like it!
     
  7. I can not get the link to work. What are the books called? Maybe if I google them it might work that way. Thanks for your help. They sound really useful. Can I ask how you record/ monitor your assessment. Have you use your local partnerships forms or have you adopted it to your own school. Thanks xx
     

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