Science may seem strange, complicated, or even a mystery. But science is really just all about finding out about nature and how things work, the reasons behind our everyday life. Teaching science concepts to young children can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be! Thanks to an abundance of illustrative information from books and websites, science lessons can be turned into a journey of exploration and discovery in class.

Here are some interactive games to make your Science lessons in class more fun:

Food Chains

Guide your students to learn about various living things such as animals and plants by sorting them into different categories and discover where they fit into the food chain with this fun science activity.

How Plants Grow

Show your students how a plant can grow healthily with adequate levels of warmth and water by adjusting the heat and water levels in this interactive game! Each student can have a go and keeping the amounts balanced for the plant to grow healthily.

Solids, Liquids and Gases

This illustration will help your students understand the change of solids, liquids and gases from one form to another as you experiment on the different conditions affecting the change.

Friction

Demonstrate to students how the movement of vehicles respond to different surfaces and levels of resistance. Try and get the car to the end of the track by putting the principles and fun science information you learn about kinetic friction into action.

Visit http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities.html to try more interactive games for different science topics. Also, don’t forget to login to Frog to access Boost Sites and FrogPlay Quizzes as we enter our next Frog Championships challenge - Level Up Science! Competition ends on 28 October. Click on www.frogchampionships.com to find out more.