Junior Science by Sue Hunter, Jenny Macdonald
  

Synopsis

Junior Science by Sue Hunter, Jenny Macdonald

As pupils move into Year 5, they are introduced to more advanced material such as habitats, chemical changes and forces. Challenging but fun, Junior Science Book 3 builds on the material covered in the first two books and feeds directly into So you really want to learn Science 1 for a seamless transition in learning. - Packed with challenging exercises and practical activities to stimulate and enthuse young scientists - 'Did you know?' boxes encourage an active interest in Science and the world around us - Rigorous extension questions will stretch and challenge the most able - Feeds directly into So you really want to learn Science 1 for a seamless transition in learning - Answers for this book are available as a free download.

About the Author

Sue Hunter's teaching experience includes a choir school, a London middle school, GCSE and A Level in the Netherlands. She is Head of Science at St Hugh's School, Oxfordshire, and a member of the Common Entrance 11+ setting team. She has run training courses for prep school teachers, at Malvern College and for the IAPS, and is currently IAPS Support Cp-ordinator for science and a member of the Independent Schools Inspectorate. Jenny Macdonald has been a teacher since 1973 at both state and private schools, and for 10 years has taught Years 3 to 6 at St Hugh's School, Oxfordshire. She also assists her husband with wildlife conservation projects around the world.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
184 pages

Author

Sue Hunter, Jenny Macdonald
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Publisher

Galore Park Publishing Ltd an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

25th November 2010

ISBN

9781905735327


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