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Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
Creativity In Science
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Creativity In Science

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  • 1. Creativity in science
  • 2. What we do regularly
    • Drawing apparatus
    • Modelling
    • jigsaw
    • Planning investigations
    • Making a product
    • Displaying results
    • Evaluating and improving
    • Posters and Presentations
    • Quizzes and games
  • 3. What we could do more of
    • Role play
    • Blogs and wikkis
    • Podcasting
    • Photo slideshows
  • 4.
    • Some examples..
  • 5. chromatography
  • 6. Making bread
  • 7. making an onion slide
  • 8. Making alcohol
  • 9.
    • Molecular
    • models
  • 10. Fruit and vegetable dyeing
  • 11.
    • Making
    • Cats milk
  • 12. fertiliser
  • 13.  
  • 14. Glass
  • 15. Nylon
  • 16. Starch test
  • 17. jigsaw
  • 18. A: B: Swim Fly C: D: Run Move £100 All living things can…
  • 19. Bottle rocket

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