Science KS1 / KS2: Curious Cat

A collection of clips in which students meet an animated cat who sends them off on incredible journeys exploring materials, science and discovery.

In this series students:

  • Investigate how crayons, bricks and TV programmes are made
  • Visit a power station to find out how electricity is generated
  • Explore what happens to our sewage after it leaves our homes
  • Observe iron being turned into steel and how it's used to make biscuit tins
  • Find out how wool, glass and paper are made

These clips are taken from the original BBC series, Curious Cat

Suitable for: KS1 and KS2 in England and Wales. Also Foundation and KS1 in Northern Ireland and Early/1st/2nd levels in Scotland.

Science KS1/KS2: How are crayons made?
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Science KS1/KS2: How are bricks made?
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Science KS1/KS2: How are TV programmes made?
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Science KS1/KS2: How is electricity made?
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Science KS1/KS2: How is steel made?
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Science KS1/KS2: What happens to our sewage?
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Science KS1/KS2: How is glass made?
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Science KS1/KS2: How is paper made?
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Science KS1/KS2: How is wool made?
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