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Crime Scene

Crime Scene

I am curating this collection for students to use in projects and presentations about forensics, police, crimes, and for creative projects about detectives and who dunnits. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: Check out my other resources at my shop: Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

Investigative Science Skills - Bouncing Ball Challenge

Investigative Science Skills - Bouncing Ball Challenge

A colourful and engaging 50 minute investigative science lesson. Based on the technical challenge from the hit TV baking show, students are given a brief method and a success criteria - to find the exact height needed to drop a ball in order for it to bounce 32cm. They have to use the equipment, set it up, get results, plot a graph and extrapolate the answer before filling in an evaluation. This resource features: - Three levels of challenge with further differentiation potential using the hint cards - Colourful slides with copyright infringement free images - Common targets on a slide using the dot marking system (resource can be found here

By bs2sjh

From DNA to Protein

From DNA to Protein

This is a friendly worksheet if you want to challenge yourself in Molecular Biology Knowledge. Suitable for students in grade 9 - 14

By peterkhaizarul

B1.1  Cells, Year 7, complete SOW - 6 Lessons

B1.1 Cells, Year 7, complete SOW - 6 Lessons

Full scheme including powerpoints, worksheets and revision material. Follows the year 7 Activate scheme but can be used without access to it. A glossary and checklist is also included The lessons are: 1. Life Processes 2. Observing Cells 3. Animal and Plant Cells 4. Specialised Cells 5. Movement in and out of cells 6. Unicellular organisms

By cadia1

Biology for IGCSE  Experiments and investigations for PLANTS – part1

Biology for IGCSE Experiments and investigations for PLANTS – part1

In Biology IGCSE practical tests, the questions focus on the experiments and investigations for plants and animals. The questions are not straight forward, the questions could focus on the reasons of using a certain part in the apparatus or how to distinguish between substances, etc. So this interactive presentation is the first part of the experiments and investigations especially for plants. Each one is explained in depth in the context of the questions types in practical test papers.

By samarsoliman2010

GCSE Science PAG dice

GCSE Science PAG dice

A GCSE science revision PAG dice. This dice allows students to revise and understand all aspects of the PAGS for the new GCSE combined science OCR gateway 9-1.

By samprice4987

Cells / Tissues / Organ Systems - Pupil Worksheet Bundle - BIOLOGY

Cells / Tissues / Organ Systems - Pupil Worksheet Bundle - BIOLOGY

This set consists of 8 worksheets - 1. Animal & Plant Cells 2. Organelle Jobs 3. Specialised Cells 4. Onion / Cheek Cell Experiment Sheet 5. Bacteria Label 6. Osmosis 7. Animal Tissues & Organs 8. Plant Tissue & Organs The worksheets will work for both KS3 and GCSE (maybe even KS2 high flyers). They are colourful and can be used as stand alone sheets or cut up and pasted into books to avoid diagram drawing.

By harret