63 GCSE Science Revision GamesQuick View
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63 GCSE Science Revision Games

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This bundle includes a range of games covering the following areas: 1: Acids & alkalies 2: Bonding 3: Chemical yield 4: Collision theory 5: Compound mass 6: Electrolysis 7: Elements 8: Empirical formula 9: Ionic bonding 10: Moles 11: Rate of reaction 12: Reaction profiles 13: Recycling 14: Relevant formula mass 15: Sustainable development 16: Fermentation 17: Water treatment 18: Current electricity 19: Circuits 20: The early Universe 21: Energy from the nucleus 22: Forces 23: Heat transfer 24: Hydraulics 25: Kinetic energy 26: The life cycle of a star 27: Mains electricity 28: Making elements 29: Motion 30: The national grid 31: Power 32: Radiation 33: Renewable energy 34: Resultant force 35: The solar system 36: Sound waves 37: Spring constant 38: The Big Bang 39: The eye 40: Work done 41: X rays 42: Speed 43: Enzymes 44: Digestion 45: Evolution 46: Adaptations 47: Biodiversity 48: Decay 49: Deforestation 50; Diabetes 51: Drug testing 52: Food security 53: Genetic engineering 54: Growing microbes 55: Reproductive hormones 56: Meiosis 57: Mitosis 58: Reflexes 59: Plant hormones 60: Temperature control 61: The use of glucose 62: Tropic levels 63: Using plant hormones I have also attached a range of other revision materials that you might find helpful to use with your students. Thanks for looking & good luck with your exams
Atomic Structure Revision GameQuick View
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Atomic Structure Revision Game

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Atomic Structure Spin Wheel Revision Resource This resource encompasses 12 key questions from the atomic structure unit. These are questions selected as they occur regularly and are classically challenging for students to answer. The resource is based around the charges, weights and locations of subatomic particles in the atom. Example questions from the spin wheel resource: Describe the mass of an electron compared to a proton What do atoms become when they gain or lose electrons? What is the charge of a proton? Also included in the resource is a full answer set. There is also an instructions sheet, with helpful guidance on using the spin wheel as a revision tool, student answer sheet and a ‘tick and repeat sheet’. This encourages the student to revisit the spin wheel to revise the key questions until they reach the ‘know it’ level. Very simple preparation: Print the sheets (set up in A4 PDF). The students can then cut out the pin wheel for themselves and push a pen or pencil through the middle for the wheel to spin around. I found clamp stands to be a useful alternative.
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bonding revision game

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Pupils roll 2 dice and then use the numbers to answer the relevant question eg. 4 and a 6 would be 4 across and 6 down. If the pupil/team gets it right they can write their name in the box. The winning team is the one with the most named boxes in alloted time or overall.
Edexcel American West Revision GameQuick View
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Edexcel American West Revision Game

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A game which students have to answer questions correctly to get from the east to west of America. Students use felt tip coloured pens to track their way across the continent to either Oregon or California. The questions and answers are on either side of the cards. Students should make seperate piles of correct and incorrect answers to find gaps in learning and then fill them.
Nazi Germany: Revision Activities/GamesQuick View
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Nazi Germany: Revision Activities/Games

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A collection of revision materials based around Nazi Germany but the format could be adapted for other topics. Includes, Battle Ships, Draughts (Checkers), and Ludo (Frustration). Great way to revise topics and gets students super engaged.
Respiratory System and Gas Exchange Revision GameQuick View
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Respiratory System and Gas Exchange Revision Game

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Respiratory System Spin Wheel Revision Resource This resource encompasses 12 key questions from the cell unit unit. These are questions selected as they occur regularly and are classically challenging for students to answer. The resource is based around the organs and their functions in the respiratory system as well as gas exchange. Example questions from the spin wheel resource: What is the name of the process by which oxygen enters the blood? What are the small air sacs in the lungs called? Which muscle facilitates inhaling and exhaling? Also included in the resource is a full answer set. There is also an instructions sheet, with helpful guidance on using the spin wheel as a revision tool, student answer sheet and a ‘tick and repeat sheet’. This encourages the student to revisit the spin wheel to revise the key questions until they reach the ‘know it’ level. Very simple preparation: Print the sheets (set up in A4 PDF). The students can then cut out the pin wheel for themselves and push a pen or pencil through the middle for the wheel to spin around. I found clamp stands to be a useful alternative.
Organic synthesis revision gameQuick View
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Organic synthesis revision game

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Organic synthesis revision game! In teams pupils are to attempt to fill in the organic synthesis mind map for the whole of the AQA chemistry A level course, starting with ethane at the top. Where there is an “M” this requires them to write a mechanism. Otherwise just add the reagents and conditions to the arrow. Once done, they do a 10 question quiz on the topic of organic synthesis which is on the last slide. They are given a starting material and asked for reactions to make other organic substances, including mechanisms where required. PPT first slide = map to be printed off A3. Second slide = answers in colour to be printed off. Third slide = quiz.
Fortune Teller Revision GameQuick View
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Fortune Teller Revision Game

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An origami fortune teller where students can test each other and themselves on terminology. The file is editable and comes with a black fortune teller for students to set their own questions as well as an colourful prepared game, suitable for GCSE English students.
Food hygiene revision gameQuick View
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Food hygiene revision game

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Food hygiene exam question cards with answers on the back. Students play in teams and win the card when they get the answer correct. GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition and Level 1/2 Hospitality and Catering
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GCSE PE Revision game

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This is a games based on the rounds within the TV quiz show ‘Question of Sport’, but using past paper questions and answers. Supplied in powerpoint so that slides can be printed into sets of question and answer cards.
21 GCSE Biology Revision GamesQuick View
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21 GCSE Biology Revision Games

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This resource is a set of 23 games that can be used during your revision sessions leading up to the GCSE Biology exam. Some games are by themselves whilst others have information sheets that go with them. All the editable files for the games are in the zip file as there are over 30 individual files. This resource includes games covering: 1: Enzymes 2: Digestion 3: Evolution 4: Adaptations 5: Biodiversity 6: Decay 7: Deforestation 8: Diabetes 9: Drug testing 10: Food security 11: Genetic engineering 12: Growing microbes 13: Reproductive hormones 14: Meiosis 15: Mitosis 16: Reflexes 17: Plant hormones 18: Temperature control 19: The use of glucose 20: Tropic levels 21: Using plant hormones Thanks for looking
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REVISION BOARD GAME - HISTORY

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Physics Revision Game

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A revision quiz I created for my GCSE Physics group following the Edexcel P1 Science specification. Instructions and rules can be found within the PowerPoint.
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Business Studies Revision Games

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Some game templates to help with revision lessons. The Trivial Pursuit game is completely blank so that you or your students can edit it and the Snakes and Ladders games are Word Documents so that you can edit them and make different versions. I hope that you find them useful.
Sociology A Level revision - Monopoly gameQuick View
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Sociology A Level revision - Monopoly game

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This is a ‘mock’ monopoly game that aims to revise content from the education unit. Once you have the template you can edit the questions and change them round. It includes the game board, chance cards and instructions. There are a few extra items you will need to play like counters, dice, whiteboard pens and a set of exam style questions. Students should be able to use their notes in order to answer the questions.
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Revision game for GCSE PE

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The game consists of questions on the board and requires students in groups to make the right selection. The questions cover, training, skeleton, muscles, health, skill and components of fitness
Plant and Animal Cell Revision GameQuick View
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Plant and Animal Cell Revision Game

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Plant and Animal Cells Spin Wheel Revision Resource This resource encompasses 12 key questions from the cell unit unit. These are questions selected as they occur regularly and are classically challenging for students to answer. The resource is based around plant and animal cell components, component functions and locations in the cell. Example questions from the spin wheel resource: Which cell components are specific to only plant cells? Which cell component is linked to respiration? What is the role of the nucleus? Also included in the resource is a full answer set. There is also an instructions sheet, with helpful guidance on using the spin wheel as a revision tool, student answer sheet and a ‘tick and repeat sheet’. This encourages the student to revisit the spin wheel to revise the key questions until they reach the ‘know it’ level. Very simple preparation: Print the sheets (set up in A4 PDF). The students can then cut out the pin wheel for themselves and push a pen or pencil through the middle for the wheel to spin around. I found clamp stands to be a useful alternative.
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Revision Games for BTEC Sport UNIT 1

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Differentiated revision games for BTEC Sport Unit 1. Pupils love the interactive and competitive elements to these games. SImple but effective. Resource includes a ‘Roll the Dice’ and a ‘Connect 4’ version. OVER 70 Q&A in total. Great for preparing pupils for their BTEC Sport Exam. Please review.
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Revision game

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Find the Fairy Flag Here’s a story about a Scottish castle. You have to solve a mystery by showing how quickly you can spot the mistakes. Our characters K, Tu and Elle will help you. Revision Topics: Using Letters Using Numbers Introducing Yourself Countries and Nationalities Talking about Possessions Grammar Points: Present Tense of ‘to be’ and ‘to have’ Statements and Questions Negatives
Macbeth Revision Dice GameQuick View
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Macbeth Revision Dice Game

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This is a game that can be played in a variety of ways. I get them to roll the die, answer the questions and then move. Whoever gets the furthest wins. It is adaptable. Inspired by an AIC game I found on Teach English on Twitter and adapted for other topics.