4-11 Experiment Kits

Brimming with scientific equipment, teaching resources, experiments and planning guides, the In the Zone kit (delivered to UK schools in 2012) gives you the tools you need to teach practical and investigative lessons exploring how the human body works during sport and movement.

What's in the kit?

  • 1 Puppet of Fizzy
  • 1 Teaching Guide
  • 1 Curriculum Guide
  • 16 Body Challenge Cards
  • 3 Stupendous Stethoscopes
  • 10 Pace Perfect Pedometers
  • 5 Meticulous Measuring Tapes
  • 3 Tip Top Timers
  • Fizzy's Brilliant Balancing Floor Tape
  • 1 tub of Stethoscope Germ Busters


How do I get a kit?

All primary schools in the UK were sent a kit for ages 4-11 in early 2012; you did not need to register to receive one. The kits were addressed to the Science Co-ordinator.

What can I do if I don't have a kit?

All the teacher and pupil notes are available to download from the resources section so anyone can carry out the In the Zone investigations:

Ages 4-5 resources
Ages 5-7 resources
Ages 7-9 resources
Ages 9-11 resources

News

Get In the Zone with Brazil 2014 and the Commonwealth Games!

After the huge success of London 2012 the sporting craze continues this summer with Brazil 2014 and, straight after the World Cup, we'll be hosting the Commonwealth Games in Scotland.

What a great opportunity to get ahead of the games and use your In the Zone kit to bring some of the excitement of these major sporting events into your classroom. You can use the kit to help your pupils discover the science behind the performance of elite footballers like Wayne Rooney, Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo and what happens in the bodies of top athletes such as Usain Bolt and Mo Farrar when they push themselves to the limit in their quest for gold.

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Get 'In the Zone' for Sochi

We're counting down to some exceptional sport at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, and have enjoyed watching In the Zone's champion, Sir Steve Redgrave CBE, on Channel 4's 'The Jump'. To give you some ideas of how to excite your students, here are some suggestions for how to get In the Zone… in the cold! Brrrrr.

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Take It Further

If you've enjoyed In the Zone, here are some ways to extend your In the Zone experience; places to learn more about science and movement; and links to related information.

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Any questions?

If you need information or have a question about In the Zone, please view our help and support page which contains FAQs and support for the experiments. You can also contact us by email or telephone.

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