GCSE Biology: The EyeQuick View
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GCSE Biology: The Eye

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Visually appealing worksheets covering the structure of the eye, function of the eye parts and how the eye works. Worksheets are designed so that students can work through them independently with reference to a textbook. Alternatively these worksheets are perfect for GCSE Biology students revising for the upcoming exams. All answers are included for the worksheets.
GCSE Biology: The Nitrogen CycleQuick View
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GCSE Biology: The Nitrogen Cycle

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Always a challenging topic at GCSE, this visual worksheet should help your students get to grips with the Nitrogen Cycle. There is an answer sheet for the teacher included in the pack, great for non-specialists teaching GCSE Biology. Perfect for use when both teaching the topic area and also when revising. The worksheet will help students learn the parts of the Nitrogen Cycle and familiarise themselves with key words. ** Now with A4 colour poster version.
A Level Biology: The Action PotentialQuick View
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A Level Biology: The Action Potential

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A graph-labelling activity aimed at A level Biology students. This worksheet is designed to help students to get to grips with the action potential graph, its key stages and what causes the changes in charge across the neurone membrane in terms of ion movement. An answer sheet is provided with full detail too.
GCSE Biology: Synapse WorksheetQuick View
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GCSE Biology: Synapse Worksheet

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A worksheet with accompanying answer sheet on the structure and function of synapses. The sheet also includes an extension activity for students on the affect of drugs on synaptic transmission. This sheet is also available as part of a bundle along with worksheets on neurones and the eye, link below: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-bundle-on-the-nervous-system-11597071
Biology Worksheet: The MicroscopeQuick View
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Biology Worksheet: The Microscope

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A visually appealing and clearly laid out worksheet on the parts of the microscope and their function. Perfect for both KS3 and GCSE students when learning about cell biology. There is a separate answer sheet provided additionally. This worksheet is also available as part of a four-piece worksheet pack on cell biology, see link below: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-biology-cell-biology-worksheet-pack-updated-11254202
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Enzymes GCSE Biology

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Perfect if you teach GCSE Biology Single or Combined Science, this fully differentiated and resourced lesson supports your students in learning about Enzymes. Students will: Explain the mechanism of enzyme action including the active site and enzyme specificity. Explain how enzymes can be denatured due to changes in the shape of the active site. Explain the effects of temperature, substrate concentration and pH on enzyme activity. Demonstrate an understanding of rate calculations for enzyme activity. Explain the importance of enzymes as biological catalysts in the synthesis of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids and their breakdown into sugars, amino acids and fatty acids and glycerol. This lesson includes a detailed and engaging lesson PowerPoint with differentiated activities, worksheets with answers, exam style questions and progress check questions for students to complete. This resource has been adapted to cover all exam boards. Enjoy and feel free to leave a review. INCLUDED IN BUNDLE: 29 slide PowerPoint Presentation with key points, progress checks and practice exam questions. Differentiated worksheet with mark scheme included.
Biology Escape Room - ScienceQuick View
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Biology Escape Room - Science

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Brand New Biology Escape Room - 2nd Generation Virtual Escape Room by Cre8tive Resources! This lasts an hour or under depending on how quick the teams can solve each puzzle! Students love this style of lesson, great as an educational treat for your class. Our other totally different but very popular first generation Science Escape room is here SCIENCE ESCAPE ROOM FIRST GENERATION Product Contents: ☞ Escape Room Interactive Tracker PowerPoint - Keeps the competitive nature on display ☞ Escape Room Puzzle Keys (Six Sets for Six Teams) ☞ Escape Room Team sheet - Record codes, answers clues as they progress through the 7 rooms ☞ Escape Room Puzzles (7 Rooms = 7 Different styles of Puzzles involving numeracy, literacy and lateral thinking) ☞ Teacher Answer Sheet - Quickly confirm to teams they have solved the puzzle correctly ☞ Teacher instructions of how to set up the escape room and what to print and top tips and shortcuts. ☞ Successful Escape Certificates for those that complete the entire challenge (There is a difficult bonus escape too :) for any quick teams ✿ The 7 Rooms include: Playground, Hallway F, English Classroom, Never Ending Basement, Heads Office, The Library and Finally the Secret Laboratory (Each Puzzle has been adapted to suit the topic of this Escape Room and is suitable to KS3 and KS4 Student. Our Philosophy ✿ We aim to help you equip students with the knowledge and skills to take ownership of their own learning. Our Products come ‘Ready-to-Teach’ with everything you need to teach fun and creative lessons. Our products are teacher-designed, classroom tested & student approved. JUST PRINT AND GO! ✿ They can also be used to encourage a flipped learning environment. Cre8tive Product Code C8/ES/36 ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ You may also want to check out these other great Science Cre8tive resources for your students ⇨ Science Christmas Quiz 2019 ⇨ Sciece KS3 Christmas Quiz 2018 ⇨ Chemistry Escape Room ⇨ Biology Escape Room ⇨ Physics Escape Room ⇨ Science End of Year Escape Rooms Bundle ⇨ How to Draw Graphs in Science ⇨ General Science KS3 Escape Room
GCSE Biology: Cell Biology Worksheet Pack UPDATEDQuick View
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GCSE Biology: Cell Biology Worksheet Pack UPDATED

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This Biology GCSE resource pack covers the fundamentals required on the topic of Cell Biology. The worksheets encourage the pupils to work through them independently and are visually engaging to appeal to the students. Each worksheet should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. The resource pack is ideal for introduction to the topic or revision in preparation for the upcoming GCSE exams. The resource pack could be used at KS3 level too. The pack includes: Worksheet on cell structure and function (animal and plant cells) Worksheet on cell structure and function including rough ER (animal and plant cells) Worksheet on the parts of the microscope and their function Worksheet on calculating magnification, size of specimens and converting units Worksheet on specialised cells and their adaptations Worksheet on organisation of living things and revision crossword on cell biology in general All answer sheets are included, perfect for the non-specialist teaching Biology.
GCSE Biology: Photosynthesis Worksheet PackQuick View
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GCSE Biology: Photosynthesis Worksheet Pack

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A collection of visually appealing worksheets focusing on how the leaf is suited to photosynthesis and also limiting factors of photosynthesis. A visually appealing set of two worksheets/placemats for GCSE students on firstly, the structure of the leaf and how it is adapted for photosynthesis, and secondly, the process of photosynthesis and limiting factors. Perfect for use when both teaching the topic area and also for revision. Each worksheet should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. As a suggestion the resource could be laminated and completed by students using OHP pens and then cleaned off for future use with other pupils. These sheets could even be used as a short progress test with students too. An answer sheet is included for both worksheets for teachers.
GCSE Biology: Enzyme Worksheet PackQuick View
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GCSE Biology: Enzyme Worksheet Pack

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This GCSE Biology worksheet pack covers the key concepts associated with the enzyme topic. The resources are designed to be visually appealing to students and can be worked through independently. Each worksheet should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. The resource pack can be used to introduce the topic or for revision/assessment purposes. Included in the pack are: Worksheet on how enzymes work and covering key terminology Worksheet on factors that affect enzymes Crossword on the enzyme topic Answer sheets are included for all of the above.
Huge GCSE Biology Worksheet PackQuick View
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Huge GCSE Biology Worksheet Pack

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A bundle of 20 comprehensive GCSE Biology resources, consisting of over 40 visually appealing and clearly laid out worksheets, all accompanied by a separate answer sheet. The worksheets are designed to be worked through independently by pupils and cover the following GCSE topics: Circulation (blood vessels and blood composition) Hormones Heart structure and the Respiratory system Biotechnology (the fermenter) The carbon cycle Cell Biology Movement across membranes Digestion Teeth Enzymes Homeostasis Inheritance (monohybrid crosses) The kidney The eye The nervous system including synapses Photosynthesis Respiration Human reproduction Plant reproduction Transport in plants
The Eye (Triple) - GCSE Biology WorksheetsQuick View
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The Eye (Triple) - GCSE Biology Worksheets

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This resource contains two worksheets that can be used in class or as homework to enable your students practice what they have learnt in the classroom. This pack includes: Structure of the Eye Changes to the Pupil Accommodation Problems with the Eye We have worksheets for the following topics in Biology Paper 2: Homeostasis and Response Homeostasis and The Nervous system The Brain and Body Temperature – Triple The Eye – Triple Endocrine System and Negative Feedback Blood Glucose and Diabetes The Human Kidneys and Water Balance – Triple Secondary Characteristics and The Menstrual Cycle Contraception and IVF Plant Hormones and Uses – Triple Inheritance, Variation and Evolution Asexual and Sexual Reproduction and DNA DNA structure, Protein Synthesis and Mutations – Triple Genetic Terminology and Punnet Squares Inherited Disorders and Sex Determination Variation, Selective Breeding and Genetic Engineering Evolution, Fossils, Extinction and Antibiotic Resistance Cloning – Triple Theory of Evolution and Speciation – Triple The Understanding of Genetics: Mendel – Triple Evolutionary Trees and Classification Ecology Biotic and Abiotic Factors, Adaptations, and Interdependence Levels of Organisation and Carbon & Water Cycles Biodiversity and Human Interactions Trophic Levels and Pyramids of Biomass – Triple Transfer of Biomass – Triple Food Security, Farming and Sustainable Fishing – Triple Please rate and review this resource. Thank you!
AQA Biology required practicals (ALL)Quick View
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AQA Biology required practicals (ALL)

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This resource is for KS3/4 student taking the AQA science GCSE The resource contains methods in a condensed format suitable for revision and class instruction Practicals included Microscopy (Onion cell slides + Cheek cell slides) Microbiology (Antibiotic discs) Osmosis (Concentration and water movement) Enzymes (Amylase & starch at different pH) Food tests (Carbohydrates, lipids, protein & sugars) Photosynthesis (Elodea) Reaction time (Ruler drop) Field investigations (Quadrat transects) Plant responses (Auxins) Decay (Milk decay at different temperatures) Good luck!
A Level Biology:  Mitosis ActivityQuick View
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A Level Biology: Mitosis Activity

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A cut and stick and cloze activity aimed at A level students. The activity is designed so that students can learn and identify the key stages of mitosis and describe what happens in each of the main stages. The cloze activity allows students to become more familiar with the key terminology associated with this topic. This activity could also be used for able GCSE students. This activity can be completed by students independently as all instructions are given on the sheets. Ideal for both teaching the topic and also as a revision aide. A completed answer sheet is provided for the teacher.
Biology Christmas QuizQuick View
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Biology Christmas Quiz

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Big Biology Christmas Quiz – Christmas 50+ Questions for that perfect end of term subject based lesson. This Christmas quiz has a mixture of questions and rounds and skills. Some of the rounds will be subject based with subject based knowledge whilst others will be Christmas themed giving that perfect mix for an end of term Christmas lesson. This resource will last a full 50 minutes to 1 hour. This Biology resource contains: 1x PowerPoint with questions and answers 1x Student Answer Sheet double sided out of /54+ Marks 3 sets of Editable Team Certificates (1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place) Skills reflection slide Personal reflection questions What does the Biology Christmas quiz comprise of? Round 1: Identify winter inspired images Round 2: True or False - good variety of themed questions **Round 3: ** Matching and strategy can you find the correct links and eliminate all others Round 4: Linking Round - be able to make the correct links between left and right lists Round 5: Numbers Round -all the answers will involve numbers. Round 6: Jumbled up Round - Unravel these to find the answer staring directly back at you Round 7: Multiple Choice theory - Put your team to the test Round 8: Observation Round - Look at the image , remember everything you see…. Round 9: Wordsearch Round - Locate the words before time runs out… **Round 10: ** Tie Breaker - Design it but use all your team’s creative abilities This will last a full hour for the full quiz by the time you get students into small teams and run through the quiz and the interactive way the answers appear. This informative, fun and engaging quiz will be a great way to celebrate the end of term and Christmas. Search ‘Cre8tive Resources’ for support with our library of resources or send us an email. Leave a review and email TheCre8tiveResources@gmail.com for a free resource as a thank you!! Explore all our resources on TES
MATHS IN BIOLOGYQuick View
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MATHS IN BIOLOGY

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Can be used for GCSE or Alevel . Explains a umber of maths problems with examples and answers.
Statistics for A level BiologyQuick View
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Statistics for A level Biology

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This is a very useful and comprehensive resource for students studying A level Biology. A great refresher for the teacher too or someone teaching Biology who may not be so confident when it comes to teaching statistics. The resource is a 22 page booklet which covers all the key aspects of statistics required for Biology at A level. There are worked examples and questions for the students to work through. This booklet has been designed to be fully explanatory so that students can work through it independently. The booklet is fully comprehensive and no other resources are needed; all probability tables are given with the questions. The key topics covered in the booklet are: 1.) Why use statistics on data 2.) Calculating standard deviation and its meaning 3.) The student t-test 4.) The Spearman rank correlation coefficient 5.) The Chi-squared test The booklet should take approximately two 1 hour lessons to complete, dependent on how familiar the students are with statistics. Those studying A level Maths and Geography may be more confident working through the calculations and understanding the outcomes. A separate answer booklet is provided with answers to all questions given.
A Level Biology: Meiosis ActivityQuick View
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A Level Biology: Meiosis Activity

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A cut and stick and cloze activity aimed at A level students. The activity is designed so that students can learn and identify the key stages of meiosis and describe what happens in each of the main stages. The cloze activity allows students to become more familiar with the key terminology associated with this topic. This activity can be completed by students independently as all instructions are given on the sheets. Ideal for both teaching the topic and also as a revision aide. The activity has been provided in both an A3 and A4 format to allow for printing in either size. I would advise to print in A3 if possible as it keeps all the stages of meiosis on one sheet and makes it easier for the student to compare the two different stages of meiosis. A completed answer sheet is provided for the teacher.
AQA biology paper 2 revisionQuick View
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AQA biology paper 2 revision

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Two PowerPoints providing two general revision lessons covering topics from the AQA Biology and Trilogy paper 2- topics B5, B6 and B7 Across the two lessons the content covered is: Classification homeostasis human impacts sampling RPA Hormonal control carbon cycle sampling animals Reactions Genetics They include a multiple choice section and lots of exam questions Updated to cover return to normal exam arrangements Also includes the 2022 version All answers provided
Christmas BiologyQuick View
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Christmas Biology

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A worksheet linking various topics from AQA GCSE Biology / Combined Science Trilogy Paper 1 to Christmas. Includes a crossword with Christmas-linked Biology questions, a section for describing performing food tests on a mince pie, and transpiration in Christmas trees. Ideal for use in the final week of term.