For the past twelve years, Science in School has brought teachers useful tips and knowledge that can easily be applied directly in any lesson and learning process. The journal includes a number of scientific articles directly targeted at students of different ages and teachers. They also introduce various hands-on classroom experiments step-by-step, so they can be easily replicated at schools. This summer 2018 issue of Science in School presents biochemistry experiments with bananas and fragrant plants, as well as a study of car crashes that makes use of the laws of physics.
The Science in School journal is ideal for planning the academic year and you can download all its editions published since 2006 from its website https://www.scienceinschool.org/archive, free of charge.