KS2 National Curriculum Science - How We See Things & Changing Circuits (6F& 6G) by CGP Books
  

KS2 National Curriculum Science - How We See Things & Changing Circuits (6F& 6G)

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Part of the National Curriculum science Series

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KS2 National Curriculum Science - How We See Things & Changing Circuits (6F& 6G) by CGP Books

This book contains a variety of question types covering everything 10-11 year old pupils need to know about light and electricity, following the National Curriculum for science. It's clearly laid out with a topic per page, written in a style that is easy to understand with plenty of space for writing answers. Pull-out answers are included and there's a poster on reflections and shadows for pupils to colour in.

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Format

Paperback
28 pages

Author

CGP Books
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Publisher

Coordination Group Publications Ltd (CGP)

Publication date

26th April 2001

ISBN

9781841462721


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