Science 'Question of the Day' Posters

Age Range: 5 - 16

Science 'Question of the Day' Posters

Make a 'question of the day' display on the Science boards in your classroom with our free downloadable posters. Three different versions are available below.

Here are some examples of questions that you could ask each day:

  • What do plants need to grow?
  • How many bones does an adult human have?
  • How many different magnetic materials can you think of?
  • How do we see?
  • How many different types of scientific equipment can you name? How are they used?
  • How is a polar bear adapted to its environment?
  • How does a battery work?
  • Which materials are best at keeping something warm?
  • Why do cruise liners float?

Can you think of any more? Share your thoughts in the comments...

An alternative set of 'Science Question of the Week' posters are also available. Why not set your class a challenge at the start of the week and ask them to find out the answer(s) by Friday?

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