The Feel Good Factor Quick View

The Feel Good Factor

A PSHE and Citizenship website for Key Stage 3 and 4 students aged 11-16 Being a teenager is not easy. People expect different things, and there’s so much information out there, and choices and decisions to be made. How teenagers feel about themselves will be influenced by their environment, physical changes, health, study and career choices, job prospects, political understanding, business ethics, personal safety and their own opinions. Ultimately, though, teens’ feelings are determined by what they think about themselves. It helps if they can find their ‘feel good factor’. Our PSHE resource helps them do just that. The Feel Good Factor website includes information pages that link to Activities and PDF Worksheets for teens: Being a teenager, looking after yourself, knowing yourself, selling yourself, the world of work, being part of our society, business and environment, being safe and your views are important. Teacher's Notes for this resource may be found at http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/feel-good-factor/default.aspx?utm_source=TES
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Do You Know Your Bubbles? pH scale and soaps web activityQuick View

Do You Know Your Bubbles? pH scale and soaps web activity

What is the pH scale and how does it relate to household products? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork includes: a fun drag and drop activity about the pH of products you might find in the home, information on soap-making and a great little animation showing how surfactants in shower gel remove oily dirt from the skin. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/faces-of-science/?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Faces of Science educational website for Key Stages 3 and 4 Science. http://www.catie.org.uk/facesofscience/?utm_source=TES
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Faces of Science website for Key Stages 3 and 4 ScienceQuick View

Faces of Science website for Key Stages 3 and 4 Science

Faces of Science is an educational website aimed mainly at Key Stage 4 Science students, although many parts of it are also suitable for Key Stage 3 Science students. It contains a wealth of educational information for Chemistry, Physics, Biology and PSHE, animated explanations and interactive activities, giving an insight into the science that gives us personal care products, from toothpaste to foundation. It also looks at self-esteem, an important part of health and wellbeing. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/faces-of-science/?utm_source=TES
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Playing With Light and Colour web activityQuick View

Playing With Light and Colour web activity

Do you know how light reflects and diffuses? What colours is white light made up of? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork includes: animations demonstrating how light is reflected, how light reflects off rough surfaces (angle of incidence, angle of reflection), what colours make up white light, why colours appear as they do and how reflection and absorption of light is used in cosmetic products. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/faces-of-science/?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Faces of Science educational website for Key Stages 3 and 4 Science. http://www.catie.org.uk/facesofscience/?utm_source=TES
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Testing Time – solids,  liquids and gases web activity Quick View

Testing Time – solids, liquids and gases web activity

http://www.catie.org.uk/face-facts/solid-liquid-gas.aspx?utm_source=TES What are solids, liquids and gases? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork, asks pupils to look at household cosmetic products – soap, hairspray, mouthwash, shampoo, handwash, toothpaste, bath bombs and lipstick. They decide if the products are solids, liquids or gases, and choose their answer. If they are wrong they are prompted to try again, and if they are correct, more information about the product and its properties comes up. There are definitions for each state of matter on every page to help them. Teachers' Notes for this activity may be found at http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/face-facts/default.aspx?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Fact Facts science website for Key Stage 2. http://www.catie.org.uk/face-facts/default.aspx?utm_source=TES
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Give Your Self-esteem a Makeover! PSHE web activityQuick View

Give Your Self-esteem a Makeover! PSHE web activity

Do you know the signs of high self esteem, or low self-esteem? How would you rate your self-esteem right now? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork includes: how to recognise high or low self-esteem and its effects, how to rate your own self-esteem, factors that affect self-esteem and how to boost your own self- esteem. There is also an extraordinary account about self-esteem from the diary of one of the Allied liberators of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/faces-of-science/?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Faces of Science educational website for Key Stages 3 and 4 Science. http://www.catie.org.uk/facesofscience/?utm_source=TES
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The Invasion of Invisible Waves web activityQuick View

The Invasion of Invisible Waves web activity

Do you know your gamma rays from your X-rays? Where do colours sit on the electromagnetic spectrum? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork includes: parts of a wave, two fun drag and drop activities about the electromagnetic spectrum, an eye-opening animation about how deeply different wavelengths penetrate the body, and information about the sun’s rays and sun safety. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/faces-of-science/?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Faces of Science educational website for Key Stages 3 and 4 Science. http://www.catie.org.uk/facesofscience/?utm_source=TES
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When Bacteria Attack! Web activityQuick View

When Bacteria Attack! Web activity

What are bacteria, and are they all bad? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork, looks at the structure of a bacterium, a video of how bacteria multiply and the bacteria in our mouths and on our skin. There are two fun drag and drop activities about the structure of teeth and skin. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/faces-of-science/?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Faces of Science educational website for Key Stages 3 and 4 Science. http://www.catie.org.uk/facesofscience/?utm_source=TES
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Follow the Scent! Changes of state web activityQuick View

Follow the Scent! Changes of state web activity

How do the states of matter relate to scented products and fragrances? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork includes: a fun drag and drop activity about molecules as matter changes state, information on changing states of matter, and why fragrances have changing ‘notes’ on your skin. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/faces-of-science/?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Faces of Science educational website for Key Stages 3 and 4 Science. http://www.catie.org.uk/facesofscience/?utm_source=TES
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Plant Life – classifying plants web activityQuick View

Plant Life – classifying plants web activity

How do we classify plants? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork, explains the four categories that plants are divided into, and takes a closer look at flowering plants. A clickable activity looks at which parts of flowering plants we can use – fruits, leaves, flowers and seeds. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/face-facts/teachers-notes.aspx?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Face Facts educational website for Key Stage 2 Science. http://www.catie.org.uk/face-facts/Default.aspx ?utm_source=TES
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Bare Facts - Design &Technology product designQuick View

Bare Facts - Design &Technology product design

A Design &Technology web resource for Key Stage 4 students. Know your product! Before your students start product design, it’s important to understand what their product is and what it is used for. In our web resource, we’ve included information about six common personal care products. Your students can refer to these if they choose to focus their coursework on cosmetic or toiletry products. The Bare Facts Design &Technology web resource includes information about lipstick, hair styling products, toothpaste, face wash, deodorant and foundation. Accompanying Teachers’ Notes can be found at http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/bare-facts/Default.aspx?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Bare Facts educational website for Key Stage 3 Science and Key Stage 4 Design &Technology and Business Studies. http://www.catie.org.uk/barefacts/Default.aspx?utm_source=TES
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Be Hot! Stay Cool! Homeostasis web activityQuick View

Be Hot! Stay Cool! Homeostasis web activity

How does our body temperature stay constant, even when we get too hot or too cold? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork includes two great little animations about homeostasis, illustrating vasodilation, vasoconstriction, and the sweating mechanism. There is a drag and drop activity about how animals are suited to their environments, and information on sweating and antiperspirants. Teacher's Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/faces-of-science/?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Faces of Science educational website for Key Stages 3 and 4 Science. http://www.catie.org.uk/facesofscience/?utm_source=TES
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Good Sense – light and reflection web activityQuick View

Good Sense – light and reflection web activity

How does a mirror reflect? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork, asks pupils to think about what they see when they look in a mirror. There are two fun clickable activities, and the angles of incidence and reflection are demonstrated. This is just one section of the CATIE Face Facts educational website for Key Stage 2 science. http://www.catie.org.uk/face-facts/Default.aspx ?utm_source=TES Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/face-facts/teachers-notes.aspx?utm_source=TES
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Plant Life – relating plants to habitats web activityQuick View

Plant Life – relating plants to habitats web activity

How are plants adapted to their habitats? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork, explains adaptation of plants in four habitats – forest, mountain, desert and wetland. A clickable activity helps pupils identify which habitats four plants live in. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/face-facts/teachers-notes.aspx?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Face Facts educational website for Key Stage 2 Science. http://www.catie.org.uk/face-facts/Default.aspx ?utm_source=TES
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Bare Facts - a Science website for Key Stage 3 students Quick View

Bare Facts - a Science website for Key Stage 3 students

Ever wondered how your toothpaste works? Or thought about how your hair gel is made? Or considered why we buy and use the products we do? Bare Facts looks at everyday cosmetic products, why they are used, how they interact with our bodies, and the science behind them. The Bare Facts website includes information pages, body science, PDF Worksheets and quizzes to learn more about lipstick, hair styling products, toothpaste, face wash, deodorant and foundation. Accompanying Teachers’ Notes can be found at http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/bare-facts/Default.aspx?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Bare Facts educational website for Key Stage 3 Science and Key Stage 4 Design & Technology and Business Studies. http://www.catie.org.uk/barefacts/ks3/default.aspx?utm_source=TES
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Good Sense – hearing and pitch web activityQuick View

Good Sense – hearing and pitch web activity

How do we hear sounds? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork, explains how sound waves travel to make high or low-pitched sounds. A fun, clickable activity asks pupils to guess the sound each of three bottles with different amounts of water in them will make and then ‘tap’ them to see if they were correct. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/face-facts/teachers-notes.aspx?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Face Facts educational website for Key Stage 2 science. http://www.catie.org.uk/face-facts/Default.aspx ?utm_source=TES
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Plant Life – how plants grow  web activityQuick View

Plant Life – how plants grow web activity

What do plants need to grow? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork, explains how plants take in food and water through roots and stems, and that photosynthesis occurs in their leaves. Plants take in carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/face-facts/teachers-notes.aspx?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Face Facts educational website for Key Stage 2 Science. http://www.catie.org.uk/face-facts/Default.aspx ?utm_source=TES
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Good Sense – evaporation and diffusion  web activityQuick View

Good Sense – evaporation and diffusion web activity

How do we smell things like perfume? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork, explains evaporation and diffusion using fragrance molecules. It asks pupils to think about how smells travel to the nose and why fragrances linger on the skin some time after they have been sprayed on. Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/face-facts/teachers-notes.aspx?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Face Facts educational website for Key Stage 2 science. http://www.catie.org.uk/face-facts/Default.aspx ?utm_source=TES
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Bare Facts - A Business Studies (manufacturing and marketing) web resource for Key Stage 4 studentsQuick View

Bare Facts - A Business Studies (manufacturing and marketing) web resource for Key Stage 4 students

A Business studies (Manufacturing and marketing) web resource for students aged 14-16. How are products made? It’s important to understand the numerous procedures involved when creating, developing and manufacturing everyday products. In our web resource, we’ve focused on two common personal care products – lipstick and face wash. We’ve included information pages, some with PDF Worksheets on: manufacturing and marketing procedures, manufacturing lipstick, marketing face wash, design brief. Accompanying Teachers’ Notes can be found at http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/bare-facts/Default.aspx?utm_source=TES This is just one section of the CATIE Bare Facts educational website for Key Stage 3 Science and Key Stage 4 Design &Technology and Business Studies http://www.catie.org.uk/barefacts/Default.aspx?utm_source=TES
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Testing Time – how aerosols work web activityQuick View

Testing Time – how aerosols work web activity

How does an aerosol work? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork, asks pupils to think about products that come in aerosol cans, and how they are sprayed when the button is pressed. This is just one section of the CATIE Face Facts educational website for Key Stage 2 science. http://www.catie.org.uk/face-facts/Default.aspx ?utm_source=TES Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/face-facts/teachers-notes.aspx?utm_source=TES.
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Testing Time – physical changes web activityQuick View

Testing Time – physical changes web activity

What happens when a solid melts? This web activity, suitable for whiteboard presentation or group or individual classwork, asks pupils to look at what happens to the molecules in lipstick when it is heated and when it is cooled again. This is just one section of the CATIE Face Facts educational website for Key Stage 2 science. http://www.catie.org.uk/face-facts/Default.aspx ?utm_source=TES Teachers’ Notes for this resource may be found at: http://www.catie.org.uk/teachers-zone/face-facts/teachers-notes.aspx?utm_source=TES
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