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12 dimple tray

12 dimple tray

Useful for keeping track of which chemicals you have put in a dimple tray. Have a supply to hand. Also good for drawing what was seen down a microscope for a series of slides.
jtranah
10 test tubes

10 test tubes

Print onto A4, chop in half to A5. Keep a supply for pupils who just can’t draw a test tube.
jtranah
Gas tests

Gas tests

Print onto a sheet of 4 labels. Stick inside cover of exercise books. Alternatively print onto paper, cut and glue.
jtranah
Atoms and Elements (AQA GCSE Chemistry)

Atoms and Elements (AQA GCSE Chemistry)

Covers atoms, elements and isotopes. Questions within the PowerPoint have answers in the notes section. Outcomes for the lesson: Recall the different charges of the particles that make up an atom. Describe why atoms have no overall charge. Be able to use the periodic table to identify the number of protons in different elements. Calculate the relative atomic mass (Ar) of elements that exist as isotopes.
l_p_shaw
Alcohol Bottle Gun

Alcohol Bottle Gun

A cheap (£3) and easy launcher for 500cm3 alcohol-based PET bottle rockets Handled carefully, may be used for science club or at any age. Makes a fun end to a lesson on combustion chemistry/moles/reacting volumes lesson.
aglaze
Element strips ( x3) - Periodic table - Atomic structure

Element strips ( x3) - Periodic table - Atomic structure

Useful intoduction to Periodic table and how it fits together. Two versions on separate sheets within spreadsheet; first 10 elements; first 20 elements. Print landscape. Carefully cut into 3 strips. One per student to stick inside cover of exercise book.
jtranah
Energy Changes Practical

Energy Changes Practical

A powerpoint that guides pupils through the energy changes practical (RP10). Includes: aim of the investigation asks pupils to write their own hypothesis (guided questions to support) method for pupils to follow results table for pupils to use questions to guide through conclusion and evaluation Can be easily adapted by removing method/results table and asking pupils to produce their own. Aimed at students following the triple course and requires a prior understanding of endothermic and exothermic reactions. Can be nicely complemented with an exam question to consolidate.
Donber1
Data Analysis Worksheets

Data Analysis Worksheets

This is a set of three worksheets put together for KS3 pupils to practise their data analysis skills. Worksheet 1: pupils are provided with data and asked to produce a graph (1 bar graph, 1 line graph) Worksheet 2: pupils are provided with information about investigations and asked to identify variables and make a prediction Worksheet 3: pupils are given a question to investigate and a list of equipment and asked to write a method Easily adaptable for different levels, suitable for year 7 or 8 and could also be used with lower KS4 groups.
Donber1
application task for conservation of mass

application task for conservation of mass

This task is made for my year 7 group but would suit year 8 or 9 too. THe questions are relatively open to allow for increasing demand. It is an application of their knowledge of conservation of mass. Also would be useful for looking at elements and compounds
jimmywillyhall
Edexcel CC11c Oxidation and Reduction

Edexcel CC11c Oxidation and Reduction

CC11c lesson from the new Edexcel combined science GCSE (9-1) looking at oxidation and reduction. The lesson includes oxidation, reduction, redox reactions, metal extraction, half equations, corrosion and rusting.
fosterpaul
Averages: Mean, Median, Mode and Range Crossword (with answers)

Averages: Mean, Median, Mode and Range Crossword (with answers)

Suitable for KS3 in maths or science when covering averages and rage. Students engage well with this and shows their understanding for the different averages. Suitable as a starter or revision activity. I have used with mid ability year 7 and 8, and it was a popular activity with both classes and created a competitive atmosphere to show who could be the first to finish.
mba10rd
Imaging in Science

Imaging in Science

We are surrounded by images. Scientific imaging helps prepare the way for discoveries and breakthroughs in medicine, biology, chemistry and astronomy as well as many other disciplines. Many developments in imaging methods, such as microscopy, telescopy, x-ray technology, MRI, and CT, have been awarded with Nobel Prizes. This film introduces its viewer into major scientific imaging methods with lecture snippets by Nobel Laureates John Mather, Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell and Allan Cormack.
Pat_Edema
Marie Curie

Marie Curie

Ambitious and tireless, Marie Curie was an exceptional scientist. She inspired many researchers who followed her, most notably those in her own family. With the discovery of radioactivity she turned our understanding of the physical world upside down. To this day, she remains the only person to have been awarded a Nobel Prize in two scientific disciplines.
Pat_Edema
Neutrinos

Neutrinos

Neutrinos are electrically neutral and the mass of the neutrino is tiny. As they travel through the universe they interact extremely rarely with other particles. What are the methods for detecting neutrinos and what meaning has its detection for the Standard Model of particle physics? This video gives detailed insight into the basics of neutrino research with lecture snippets of Nobel Laureates Rudolf Mössbauer, Masatoshi Koshiba und David Gross.
Pat_Edema
Year Ten Sweet Summer Science

Year Ten Sweet Summer Science

A readily photocopiable crossword which covers AQA science terms for year ten. Comes with answers. I have included an interactive version, should you wish to do it with a class on the whiteboard. Simply click on ‘index’
simondobbs
AQA Chemistry - Ionic Bonding Questions and Answers (Bronze, Silver, Gold)

AQA Chemistry - Ionic Bonding Questions and Answers (Bronze, Silver, Gold)

Bronze, silver and gold questions covering the ionic bonding topic for AQA chemistry (suitable for combined and chemistry alone). Answers are attached so students could self-assess. I have gone against the specification criteria to ensure that all points are covered. I have included 10 literacy/grammar mistakes that students should strive to notice. Ideal for a revision lesson or for a homework prior to a task. I feel this is suited to a middle to high ability class. Useful for highlighting common areas of weakness and directing revision time.
mba10rd
KS3 Acids and Alkalis

KS3 Acids and Alkalis

Interactive lesson starting with a fun activity at the beginning testing how well students can remember the hazard symbols using the mini whiteboards. The lesson is for KS3 classes (I used it with bottom set Year 7 and it worked well). It is based on properties of acids and alkalis, where they can be found and an interactive activity where they can put some universal indicator into a selection of different liquids and identify if they are acidic, alkaline or neutral. Challenge activity provided for higher ability students.
Yllkaemini
AQA GCSE Chemistry: Atomic structure Knowledge booklet

AQA GCSE Chemistry: Atomic structure Knowledge booklet

This is a book full of questions which is great to give to students to learn and revise. This can be used as a great source of revision or a homework task where students have to learn the answers and then they are tested on them next lesson. The Knowledge booklets contains the key scientific knowledge that students will need to apply in their exams on all marked questions.
mindset_learning
States of Matter - Year 7

States of Matter - Year 7

Lesson used for low-ability Year 7 group on the states of matter, their properties and particle arrangement. For the higher ability students, they can try and write down the properties of the states of matter without looking at the support list on the board and see how many they managed to get.
Yllkaemini
Halogens - displacement & risks

Halogens - displacement & risks

Differentiated resource used for top set Year 8 class on halogens, their displacement reactions and risks when using them. Loads of opportunities to stretch and challenge students and also lots of support and scaffolding for the weaker ones.
Yllkaemini
AQA quantitative Chemistry Organiser

AQA quantitative Chemistry Organiser

This is designed to follow Chapter 4 in the AQA book, and all the quantitative Chemistry part of the curriculum. It includes both Triple and Combined content. A titration required practical Knowledge organiser as well.
sgrosvenor
GCSE Combined Science - Chemistry Homework Sheets for all topics.

GCSE Combined Science - Chemistry Homework Sheets for all topics.

Homework sheets based on the ‘noughts and crosses’ format for all topics in Edexcel GCSE Combined Science - Chemistry. Includes: States of Matter and Methods of Separating and Purifying Substances, Atomic Structure, The Periodic Table, Ionic Bonding, Covalent Bonding, Types of Substance, Acids and Alkalis, Calculations involving Masses, Electrolytic Processes, Obtaining and Using Metals, Reversible Reactions and Equilibria, Groups in the Periodic Table, Rates of Reaction, Heat Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions, Fuels and finally Earth and Atmospheric Science
JGlo