Heating up - PrimaryConnections

Heating up - PrimaryConnections
Publication Date: April, 2013
Type of Resource: Unit of Work

This online resource investigates heat sources and how heat moves from one object to another.

The resource is a PrimaryConnections unit that allows students to investigate the difference in conductivity of materials.

The unit shows how heat is important in many ways in our everyday lives, such as drying our hair, cooking our dinner and warming our water.

It also deals with the dangers of heat and how we react instinctively when we touch a hot stove or walk barefooted on hot sand.

Additional Information

PrimaryConnections is a program developed by the Australian Academy of Science and is freely available to Australian educators through the National Digital Learning Resources Network via either the Scootle website or your local jurisdictional portal. This process requires registration on one of these sites and you will be asked to log in to access these resources.

Australian Curriculum:
  • Year 3 > Science Understanding > Physical Sciences > Heat can be produced in many ways and can move from one object to another > ACSSU049