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ChooseIt! Ready-mades Science – Forces and Electricity contains activities within the Science series that cover the science curriculum at Key Stage 1 and 2.
Please note: ChooseIt! Ready-mades Science – Forces and Electricity software is downloadable software delivered via email within 2-3 days of receipt of order.
The Physical processes area from the Science National Curriculum document at Key Stage 1 and 2 has 30 graded activities covering electricity and forces.
ChooseIt! Ready-mades have proved a valuable resource for children with special needs, with a simple and consistent presentation, clear language, switch accessibility and full audio support.
Performance reporting is built-in. Ideal for individual use and for group use on an interactive whiteboard or plasma screen.
Should these activities content not quite fit your specific needs, you can create your own using ChooseIt! Maker 3. ChooseIt! Maker 3 is very easy to use and allows you to change the text, pictures, speech or music in an activity.
"Wow - they are brilliant for all ages and abilities and we use them throughout our 3-19 age range. Set out in a clear chronological way, they are simple to use and my pupils love the multiple choice activities and music reward at the end. What more can I say? After all these years in the job these are a teacher’s dream!!!"
Rosie Murphy, ICT coordinator, Fairfield School
"ChooseIt! Ready-mades are a fun, bright, motivating learning tool that are easy to use, and suitable for all ages. A real time saver - all the activities you plan on making but never get round to doing - a must for all busy classrooms. These are a fantastic way of introducing children to essential literacy and numeracy skills that will prepare them for work in Key Stage 1."
Anne Marshall, Villa Real School, Consett
"Huan has enjoyed more independence by using his computer skills to access Numeracy. Literacy and Science activities, which have reinforced his learning with colour, shape (2D and 3D) everyday objects in school and in the home, the environment and some of the class topics."
Keryn Green, Advisory Teacher, Additional Educational Needs Service