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KS3 Chemistry Revision Sheets

KS3 Chemistry Revision Sheets

Revision sheets designed to follow the KS3 specification. These have been designed to accompany practicals within the lesson to help lower ability students recap previously taught chemistry knowledge in preparation for an end of KS3 test.
cherylannenicol
AQA Intro to bonding/states of matter

AQA Intro to bonding/states of matter

A lesson powerpoint to take students through the basics of the 3 types of bonding. After this students move onto the particle model and are prompted to think about some of the limitations of this model. Exam questions have been added as mini plenaries as students are taken through the three lesson objectives. Objectives are colour coded so students know what they are learning at each stage. Please review and let me know what you think
Gavin1986
KS4 GCSE Chemistry (Science) Periodic Table & Atomic Theory Revision Lesson

KS4 GCSE Chemistry (Science) Periodic Table & Atomic Theory Revision Lesson

This resource is a lesson with activities covering the periodic table & atomic theory content in the 2015 AQA GCSE Chemistry specification. This resource includes: 1: A power point to lead students through the lesson 2: A starter game 3: A summary sheet 4: Interactive notebook activities 5: A dice AFL game 6: A development of the periodic table literacy activity 7: A key word card sort 8: A periodic table construction activity Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
C1.1 - atomic structure revision broadsheet for new Chemistry/Combined science 1-9 GCSE

C1.1 - atomic structure revision broadsheet for new Chemistry/Combined science 1-9 GCSE

Revision sheet with questions covering each topic in the new Chemistry/Combined science 9-1 GCSE C1.1 specification - atomic structure. The revision activity is designed to be worked through independently by students allowing teacher to provide support during the revision lesson to the students in most need. It should take approximately 30 minutes to complete. A copy with the mark scheme included is attached as a second sheet. This can either be printed out for the students to self-assess or projected by the teacher.
AndyB14
GCSE Chemistry - Moles

GCSE Chemistry - Moles

Our worksheet collection on Moles for GCSE Chemistry contains the following - * A Periodic Table * Calculating the weight of one mole * Calculating the number of moles from a given weight and visa-versa * Explanation about moles and the Avogardo Constant * Diatomic Molecules * Scientific explanation page - recap learning Our resource includes answers. All clip art taken under a commercially free licence at Pixabay. Any problems, please contact office@tutortastic.co.uk
Tutortastic
New AQA KS4 GCSE Chemistry (Science) Conservation of Mass Lesson

New AQA KS4 GCSE Chemistry (Science) Conservation of Mass Lesson

This resource is a lesson with activities covering the conservation of mass content of the 2015 AQA Chemistry specification. This resource includes: 1: A power point to lead students through the lesson 2: A calculating the mass of products starter game 3: A balancing equations activity 4: A conservation of mass interactive notebook activity Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
New GCSE Chemistry (Science) Relative Formula Mass & Atomic Structure Lesson

New GCSE Chemistry (Science) Relative Formula Mass & Atomic Structure Lesson

This resource is a lesson with activities covering the relative formula mass & atomic structure content in the 2015 AQA GCSE Chemistry specification. This resource includes: 1: A power point to lead students through the lesson 2: An atomic structure starter activity 3: An atomic structure of the first 20 elements activity 4: A RFM snakes & ladders game 5: A atomic structure micro teaching activity Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
Periodic Table card sort

Periodic Table card sort

Resources for a Periodic Table card sort based on element properties. Card templates both with and without electronic structure, and an A3 PT blank to put the cards on. With thanks to https://www.abpischools.org.uk/public/activescience/module5/home.html for their online Periodic Table game for the idea, and on which the properties are based.
carogarrett