- Learner Guides
- Classroom Resources
How humans see
Duration: 05.07Clip duration: 05.07
How humans perceive the world and how our brain creates an image of what is around us.
How photosynthesis is vital to the success of farming
Duration: 05.43Clip duration: 05.43
Focusing on photosynthesis and plant growth, the science behind food we grow is revealed.
How plants are adapted to survive
Duration: 02.47Clip duration: 02.47
How plants have adaptations that enbale them to survive in their environment.
How polar bears adapt to melting ice caps
Duration: 04.25Clip duration: 04.25
How polar bears adapt to changing habitats or pursue alternative food sources to survive.
Duration: 02.45Clip duration: 02.45
A journey around the circulatory system, using the example of a baby's first breath.
Human circulatory and digestive system
Duration: 04.29Clip duration: 04.29
A look at respiration and a tour around the circulatory system and digestive system.
Human immunity and defence
Duration: 03.56Clip duration: 03.56
How the body fights off infection, using an animated CGI example of viruses.
Identical twins and cloning
Duration: 03.34Clip duration: 03.34
The story of twins separated at birth is used to explain clones and cloning.
Light and starch production
Duration: 05.22Clip duration: 05.22
Experiments on leaves using iodine to show that light is needed for plants to make starch.
Linnaeus and the first system of classification of plants
Duration: 03.21Clip duration: 03.21
Carl Linnaeus developed the first system for the classification of plants.