EVERYDAY MATERIALS ON THE FERRY!
Designed to support a school trip to Red Funnel Ferries
SCIENCE Key Stage 1
Variants: Low Ability students
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Students identify types of materials used on the ferry - they become familiar with their features and how to group them.
This resource is for students in key stage 1.
It links to the ‘Everyday Materials’ part of the Science National Curriculum.
Students will be identifying types of materials that feature in and around the Red Funnel ferry environment.
This is a on-site resource, designed around the students’ ferry journey to the island.
Students will identify materials they see, and then complete either
a crossword or wordsearch featuring terms relating to types of material found on and around the ferry. Answers are on page 3 of this document.
It would be useful if students had previous discussions about different materials. It would also be useful if students know some of the key words to describe some of the properties of everyday materials.
Key Skills Practised
to identify and name a variety of everyday materials including wood, plastic, glass and metal
understanding that materials can have different properties that can be used to help identify them
Students can name a variety of materials that can be found in their every day environment. Students will identify some of the properties of these everyday materials.
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