Christmas History QuizQuick View

Christmas History Quiz

History Christmas quiz mainly aimed at KS3 but can be used for low attainers KS4 or amended for higher attainers. Features 9 rounds and includes an excel scorecard which calculates the final total for each groups after inputting individual round scores. Round 1 - Quiz questions middle ages Round 2 - True / False Round 3 - Identify the picture Round 4 - Who did what for Christmas? Round 5 - Anagrams Round 6 - Word Wall Round 7 - Missing vowels Round 8 -Events round Round 9 -What year at Christmas was…
Calculator Sums Quiz [1]Quick View

Calculator Sums Quiz [1]

This is a TESTING activity. CALCULATOR SUMS QUIZ uses the same “calculator” coding but this time in a maths context. The quiz element makes it a testing activity. All of my activities are created on an Acer Chromebook in a series of Posts on a Google Blog. I know nothing of computer coding but started with one piece of free coding and have been adapting that by incorporating additional free coding. They are created as TEMPLATES for online interactive resources. So, if you have a blog, or want to create one to try this concept out, simply copy and paste the text in the downloaded text file as a NEW POST and PUBLISH. If the concept works PLEASE let me know and I will add other TEMPLATES I have created. The original activity can be found at The activities are meant to be fun, flexible and differentiated. They are meant to develop transferable skills and be cross curricular. As a result they hopefully reinforce small chunks of information and give a better understanding of a topic. I have sorted them into LEARNING, PRACTISING and TESTING activities and will add activities for each grouping if the concept works. Most of the activities are aimed at UK National Curriculum KS1 and KS2.
The Best Christmas Quiz 2022Quick View

The Best Christmas Quiz 2022

If you are looking for an original, exciting quiz for that last lesson of the year then look no further! Here is my Christmas Quiz 2022. 57 questions over 8 high quality rounds: round 1…Counting round 2…Christmas cracker jokes (calculator required!) round 3…Countries round 4…Christmas advert (observation) round 5…Celebrities round 6…Christmas catchphrases round 7…Christmas movies round 8…Tunes from 2022 When I use it I get students in to teams and run through the whole quiz. At the end the answers are revealed. Teams swap and mark each other’s. This easily takes an hour. You can see a sample of each round here: If you have bought my quizzes in the past, this quiz is the same high quality. A very visual quiz suitable for all ages. Reviews of previous quizzes include: This looks Brilliant!! Great variety in quiz rounds so everyone can be involved, I think students (and staff) will thoroughly enjoy this. we had the best fun with this quiz - the visuals really make it! used it for Years 8-11! I downloaded last years quiz and it worked brilliantly, used it with years 7 up to year 11 and they all loved it, this one looks even better.! Will hopefully make the last week of term a bit easier! Probably the best two quid I have ever spent. I’m ready for next week! Looks like great fun! Plenty of varied tasks to keep everyone engaged. Looking forward to using it. Reviews would be welcomed…I will take any suggestions for improvement on board
Quiz Part 6 KS3, GCSE with answers, non-calculatorQuick View

Quiz Part 6 KS3, GCSE with answers, non-calculator

Olympiad type questions, multiple choice and some for team work, KS3 and KS4, with solutions (answers need checking please), topics include number work, algebra, geometry, area of circle, use of translations, indices, Pythagoras' Theorem, mean and median, odd and even, multiplication, division and subtraction of fractions, multiples, solving equations, percentages, probability, etc.
Calculating biodiversity (Edexcel A level Biology A)Quick View

Calculating biodiversity (Edexcel A level Biology A)

This fully-resourced lesson explains the meaning of biodiversity and describes how it can be calculated within a habitat and within a species. The engaging PowerPoint and accompanying resources have been designed to cover point 4.2 of the Pearson Edexcel A-level Biology A specification and in addition to biodiversity, the meaning of endemism is also explained. A quiz competition called BIOLOGICAL TERMINOLOGY SNAP runs over the course of the lesson and this will engage the students whilst challenging them to recognise key terms from their definitions. This quiz will introduce species, population, biodiversity, endemic, heterozygote and natural selection and each of these terms is put into context once introduced. Once biodiversity has been revealed, the students will learn that they are expected to be able to measure biodiversity within a habitat, within a species and within different habitats so that they can be compared. The rest of the lesson uses step by step guides, discussion points and selected tasks to demonstrate how to determine species richness, the heterozygosity index and an index of diversity. Students are challenged with a range of exam-style questions where they have to apply their knowledge and all mark schemes are displayed and clearly explained within the PowerPoint to allow students to assess their understanding and address any misconceptions if they arise.
Catchphrase - Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Negative Numbers QuizQuick View

Catchphrase - Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Negative Numbers Quiz

Catchphrase quizzing strategy on add, subtract, multiply and divide negative numbers. (Available in bundle of three catchphrases) I sometimes change the image below to a picture of famous person to add more variation to the game. Students either as individuals or small groups answers questions to reveal part of an image. The more questions the students answer the more of the image is revealed. The winner is the person who manages to say what they see and guess the catch phrase. I’ve included the answer to each catchphrase in the notes box, as well as answers on the second page.
Kinetic Energy and GPE Calculations - AQAQuick View

Kinetic Energy and GPE Calculations - AQA

A lesson focusing on calculations for kinetic energy and GPE used as a revision lesson. Lesson has outcomes, a starter quiz (can be adapted to match your own prior lesson if you wish), definitions for GPE and KE, opportunity to model calculations to pupils (focusing on working out velocity using the KE formula), questions for pupils to practice on and exam questions to practice in context. The lesson also give opportunity to practice using the KE and GPE formula and the idea of conservation of energy. There is an exam question on the ppt to model the method, and a harder exam question where pupils can apply this themselves.
Maths Non-Calculator revision quizzesQuick View

Maths Non-Calculator revision quizzes

A series of 8 GCSE non-calculator revision quizzes can be used as a starter, part of a lesson or as a form of assessment in lessons. Each quiz has 15 questions all with answers. All key skills are covered at the basic level for recall of GCSE foundation knowledge. Excellent for recall and knowledge and students enjoy taking part in the quizzes both individually and as teams.
Multiplication QuizQuick View

Multiplication Quiz

Stage 2 Year 4 Mathematics Assessment / Quiz / Oral instructions Operations Multiplication, Division, Halving, Doubling Length Assessment / Quiz / Task / Worksheet. Provides great range of results Year 4 Mathematics Australian & New South Wales Curriculum  MA2 6NA uses mental and informal written strategies for multiplication and division Editable Word version. Purchase separately or as part of a bundle from Mathematics Program
Percentage increase and decrease using a multiplierQuick View

Percentage increase and decrease using a multiplier

Here is a percentages using a multiplier lesson. This power point includes questions and answers, opportunities for teacher talk, student self discovery of multipliers, spot the mistake and a diagnostic multiple choice quiz to check understanding at the end. Tasks are differentiated for differing abilities. The final extension task involves holiday prices and special offers.
GCSE 9-1 GPE and kinetic energy calculationsQuick View

GCSE 9-1 GPE and kinetic energy calculations

This resources allows students to practice the two energy formula (GPE &KE) There is a low ability worksheet. I have created two quizes all differentiated. You can use these as mini-whiteboard activity or group task. You can also set these quizes as homework. One quiz has a james bond theme the other is mixed. All answers are included. Updated May 2020
BIDMAS Multiple-Choice QuizQuick View

BIDMAS Multiple-Choice Quiz

BIDMAS Multiple-Choice Quiz in a coloured Kahoot style format. Questions are differentiated by outcome, with further questions also including powers.
Moments Worksheet + Google Form QuizQuick View

Moments Worksheet + Google Form Quiz

A worksheet that requires students to calculate the moments in simple scenarios such as cranes, see-saws, pedals, levers etc… Extension questions require students to first calculate the weight of a load from its mass. The worksheet comes with a link to a Google Form that can be used for students to enter their answers online. The Google Form includes the images, and will tell the students the correct answer after they submit theirs. The Google Form will also create a speadsheet for you with the students’ answers. The worksheet also comes with a full set of answers. I use this worksheet for my GCSE and IGCSE Physics classes, as well as for KS3 Cambridge Lower Secondary classes. I use the Google form when using the worksheet as homework. Please leave a review if you like my resource.
Calculating CARDIAC OUTPUT (Edexcel A-level Biology)Quick View

Calculating CARDIAC OUTPUT (Edexcel A-level Biology)

This clear and concise lesson looks at the calculation of cardiac output as the product of stroke volume and heart rate. This engaging PowerPoint and accompanying resource have both been designed to cover point 7.9 (i) of the Pearson Edexcel A-level Biology A (Salters Nuffield) specification which states that students should be able to calculate cardiac output. The lesson begins by challenging the students to recall that the left ventricle is the heart chamber with the thickest myocardial wall. This leads into the introduction of stroke volume as the volume of blood which is pumped out of the left ventricle each heart beat. A quick quiz game is used to introduce a normative value for the stroke volume and students are encouraged to discuss whether males or females would have higher values and to explain why. A second edition of this quiz reveals a normative value for resting heart rate and this results into the introduction of the equation to calculate cardiac output. A series of questions are used to challenge their ability to apply this equation and percentage change is involved as well. The final part of the lesson looks at the hypertrophy of cardiac muscle and students will look at how this increase in the size of cardiac muscle affects the three factors and will be challenged to explain why with reference to the cardiac cycle that was covered in an earlier topic.
Electrical Circuits QuizQuick View

Electrical Circuits Quiz

Students can use this quiz to evaluate themselves. State the rules for current and voltage (potential difference) in a series circuit. Construct a circuit to measure the resistance of a component. Use a circuit diagram or measurements from a simple series circuit to calculate values of current, voltage and resistance
Calculating Space - Estimating and converting metric units of measurementQuick View

Calculating Space - Estimating and converting metric units of measurement

This lesson includes; starter, worksheet, slides with questions and answers and assessment for learning mini quiz. The lesson covers estimating measurements to provide pupils with the basic skills needed for this topic. It also includes a detailed section on converting units of measurement (length, mass and volume) with a worksheet (answers included) to consolidate learning. Designed for use with year 7 (100 minute lesson), however, could be adapted for any KS3 group dependent on ability. If downloaded please leave a review (hopefully a positive one). Thank you
Gravity, weight and mass complete, ready to use lesson. The force of gravity. Calculations. W=mg. etQuick View

Gravity, weight and mass complete, ready to use lesson. The force of gravity. Calculations. W=mg. et

A complete, and ready to deliver, high quality KS4 / GCSE lesson from Barclayfox. For USA - this lesson is for use between 8th to 10th grade. This is a complete lesson from start to end, you do not need to spend many hours carefully planning, creating, resourcing and improving this lesson after each use. I have already spent those hours preparing this lesson for my students and improving it over many years. This is a very high quality lesson. There is nothing for you to do but give it a quick look through and familiarise yourself with it. Lesson objectives: * Understand the difference between mass and weight. * Understand the role that gravity plays in this difference. * Be able to successfully calculate weight and mass. This carefully crafted lesson is over 30 slides long, and is full of learning activities as below: * Starter - simple task where students self-assess against the objectives. * Quiz with answers. * Questions – all answers are provided. * Differentiated questions – all answers are provided. * Peer marking * Self marking * Theory slides (carefully sculpted, interspaced with learning activities, not ‘death by powerpoint’). * Play ball. * Video clip link (carefully selected – this alone can save you 20+ minutes of searching). * Paired work activities – all answers are provided. * Scientific Literacy activity. * Scientific Numeracy activity * Plenary formative/summative assessment quiz / activity. * Student self-assessment versus objectives activity – so learners can judge for themselves how much they have learnt. * Extension activities – just in case additional activities are required. As teachers we all work ridiculously long hours each week. Give yourself a break, spend some life with your wife / husband / children / friends / family by purchasing more lessons created by “Barclayfox” once they appear on TES. Please note: when searching for resources please type barclayfox into the search box/engine and it will show you all our resources. Please purchase this lesson, and leave a positive review. This lesson is part of a series, whilst they all work very well as standalone individual lessons you may wish to buy others from the series: 0. Bundles – contain 3 or more of these lessons at a discounted price (however please note not all my series are bundled). 1. Vectors and scalars. 2. Forces between objects (contact / non-contact and Newton’s 3rd law). 3. Forces and Newton’s third law (N3L). 4. Resultant forces, free body diagrams. 5. Forces and acceleration F=Ma 6. Required practical F=Ma 7 to 12 - please see list in this powerpoint Thank you, and happy teaching! Yours, Barclayfox.