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Heat (Conductors & Insulators) Explainer Posters | KS2 Matter | Primary Science

Heat (Conductors and Insulators) Explainer Posters

These heat (conductors and insulators) explainer posters will explain to your class all there is to know about how heat, conductors and insulators. Each page has a key title, information, and relevant illustrations. With a title/introduction page, a great deal of information related to heat is included for your pupils to learn about!

Featuring relevant illustrations alongside detailed information, the heat (conductors and insulators) explainer posters will facilitate visual learning, helping learners grasp heat transfer more effectively. Each poster highlights key concepts related to heat transfer, conductors, and insulators, ensuring that pupils focus on essential information and understand the fundamental principles behind this scientific topic.

Includes:
Temperature, Thermometer, Insulators, Conductors, Wood and Metal, Types of Heat (Convection, Conduction and Radiation), A Good Insulator is a Poor Conductor Poster, A Good Conductor is a Poor Insulator Poster

Our heat (conductors and insulators) explainer posters are aligned with KS2 science on the primary national curriculum. All of our primary science resources on matter can be used with your ideas for activities, teaching and learning material, visual aids, games, display boards, worksheets, differentiation, homework, and lesson plans.

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