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Assessment Resource Centre (ARC)

  1. Stage 2
  2. Science and Technology
  3. Activities
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Science and Technology – Activities

Activities Work Samples
End of Stage 2
(end of Year 4)

Students design, make and test a model of a shelter that is suitable for the Australian environment. View...


Students independently identify a question to be tested, develop a design, plan and conduct the investigation. View...


Students design ways to investigate some physical features of the human body that can be measured. View...


Students design and make a kite to investigate air currents. View...


Students investigate whether some magnets have a stronger pull force than others. View...


Students design a structure using everyday materials and investigate whether it will float on water. View...


Students follow a design brief to design and make a model of a tower using drinking straws and other materials. View...

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