AQA GCSE: Trilogy Chemistry Relay Cards (with answers)

AQA GCSE: Trilogy Chemistry Relay Cards (with answers)

20 questions covering a range of content from the chemistry GCSE Trilogy specification. Answers are short and sweet, and is ideal for revision or fun game recapping content. Students get very competitive! I would advise printing in colour and laminating so they can be used multiple times. I would suggest marking on the back though so you know which pack each card belongs too. I have provided answers to all questions. On some questions there are more challenging BONUS questions that you can allocate extra points for. I usually have a prize for the first group to finish, and then one for those with the highest number of points. Students cannot move onto the next question until they have given you the right answer. I usually think 4 per team is ideal for this. If there are any mistakes please let me know, and I would really appreciate if you could take the time to review. Thanks :)
mba10rd
Clock face - ion detection

Clock face - ion detection

Decide if the statement is true or false. Cut out the pieces and then place them at the correct time depending upon if the statement is true or false. This is about ion detection for GCSE chemistry though could be used as a recap for KS5 pupils.
NerysRolfs
Edexcel CC1&2 Chemistry Knowledge Assessments

Edexcel CC1&2 Chemistry Knowledge Assessments

A quick assessment covering content taught in CC1 and 2 States of Matter and Methods of Seperating and Purifying Substances. Can be used as a pre-content tool for baselining, a revision resource or mini-assessment.
SAlex2991
Detecting gases

Detecting gases

An engaging lesson presentation (37 slides) which gets students to test their practical skills by carrying out the four identification tests for oxygen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide and chlorine. The lesson begins by using a competition called “Guess the gas” where students have to used clues to identify the four colourless gases which will be used in the lesson. Moving forwards, students will meet the pieces of equipment that will be used in these tests. Practical instructions for each of the tests are included in the lesson so that students can produce the gas and then carry out the test. There are regular progress checks throughout the lesson so that students can assess their understanding. This lesson is suitable for both KS3 and GCSE students
GJHeducation
New 2018 GCSE Chemistry calculations summary poster

New 2018 GCSE Chemistry calculations summary poster

I made this resource to be printed and stuck into the front of every pupil’s exercise book, but will also enlarge to A3 to display on the wall. Covers all of the following GCSE Chemistry calculations : Surface area : volume ratio molar calculations (from mass and concentration) Reacting masses Rf values No neutrons Calculating RAM Calculating Mr % Yield % atom economy Converting concentrations from g/dm3 to mol/dm3 Rate of reaction including using graphs Change in energy of reaction using bond energies
gibboali
Chemistry Paper 2 Revision Posters for Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016)

Chemistry Paper 2 Revision Posters for Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016)

17 Revision Posters for pupils to complete, covering the content found in the Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016) Chemistry Paper 2 Exam. Posters are on the following topics: Atomic Structure The Periodic Table Ionic Bonding Covalent Bonding Types of Substance 1 Types of Substance 2 Calculations Involving Masses 1 Calculations Involving Masses 2 Chemical Equations Hazards & Risks Group 0 and Group 1 Group 7 Rate of Reaction Energy Changes Crude Oil & Fractional Distillation Fuels The Atmosphere
bjs23
Chemistry Paper 1 Revision Posters for Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016)

Chemistry Paper 1 Revision Posters for Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016)

17 Revision Posters for pupils to complete, covering the content found in the Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016) Chemistry Paper 1 Exam. Posters are on the following topics: Atomic Structure The Periodic Table Ionic Bonding Covalent Bonding Types of Substance 1 Types of Substance 2 Calculations Involving Masses 1 Calculations Involving Masses 2 Chemical Equations Hazards & Risks States of Matter Seperating & Purifying Substances Acids & Bases Salts Electrolysis Extracting Metals Reversible Reactions & Equilibria
bjs23
(9-1) AQA GCSE Chemistry C6 Electrolysis Complete Revision Kit -Videos,Notes, Questions, Past Papers

(9-1) AQA GCSE Chemistry C6 Electrolysis Complete Revision Kit -Videos,Notes, Questions, Past Papers

Hi, In this resource you have all in one pack of C6 Chapter Electrolysis of AQA GCSE Chemistry Kerboodle Textbook. In this resource you can find Kerboodle Textbook notes in easy to understand format. The Kerboodle textbook questions with detailed answers and all the past paper questions on electrolysis chapter according to the mark scheme. You can also find the textbook chapter as well in the attachment. The Playlist of the complete chapter is also shared. You do not need anything else to prepare this chapters. It is all in one complete revision kit for Electrolysis chapter. If you like this and want other chapters in a similar way then please do leave a review and follow me for great resources. Happy Revising !!!
expertguidance2015
GCSE Chem (9-1) - Predicting  Products of Electrolysis (Two worksheets plus knowledge organiser)

GCSE Chem (9-1) - Predicting Products of Electrolysis (Two worksheets plus knowledge organiser)

This resource is a must have for Electrolysis revision, classwork or homework. This resource is made up of two worksheets plus answers for both. Students must predict the ions which will be present during an electrolysis of various electrolytes and then decide which ions will be attracted to either electrode. It is supported by a great knowledge organiser which guides students through HOW to predict what will be formed. Knowledge Organiser (written against the Edexcel Specification but easily applicable to others)r. I’ve even included worked answers for the worksheets to save you the bother! (Students may need access to a periodic table and/or a reactivity series which includes hydrogen).
lindseycowen
NEW AQA KS3 - Matter - Lesson 2: Group 1 Metals

NEW AQA KS3 - Matter - Lesson 2: Group 1 Metals

**Whole lesson for the new AQA SOW for the Collins textbooks. ** ECO-FRIENDLY AND PAPER-SAVING LESSON! No printing required as all activities and questions are on the PowerPoint. Lesson will be part of a series of lessons for this chapter on Matter for KS3 Chemistry and follows the new AQA scheme of work, which ties in well with the 9-1 GCSE for AQA. Please check my other resources to access the FREE complete PowerPoint for lesson 1 to see what style this will be. The lesson has many opportunities to engage students with demonstrations and many challenge questions. Graph skills included also as well as analysis and observational skills. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LAB: I have included many animations to show the reactions of Group 1 metals and that it can be cut. This is great if you don’t have access to the metals in your school or if home-schooling, but would still like to show your students the properties and reactions. Please buy and support my work, as it will be very much appreciated! Please leave a review and ways to improve my work. Thank you!
Yllkaemini
OCR Chemistry Revision Mat 9-1 (pgs 1 - 35)

OCR Chemistry Revision Mat 9-1 (pgs 1 - 35)

Hi all! This is a revision mat I created to help my students summarise their work bit by bit to try to keep them on top of the enormous content of the new 9-1 2016 curriculum. Hopefully it will help with revision as it is a great little activity. I contains a mixture of diagrams, calculations, questions, definitions, formulae that are needed and a touch of fun. I will be adding further resources as I create them, this one goes up to page 35 of the OCR textbook. Keep me posted on how it goes! :-)
tlandsberg
Chemistry Practice Essentials

Chemistry Practice Essentials

This growing bundle includes every chemistry practice product in my store as of July 2018. 15 of the 16 products include answer keys. More information about each can be found in the individual product descriptions in my store. See it on TpT Visit my TpT store to see individual products included in this bundle
integrationscience
GCSE Chemistry (9-1)-TOPIC 3 Electrolysis Knowledge Organiser

GCSE Chemistry (9-1)-TOPIC 3 Electrolysis Knowledge Organiser

A great knowledge organiser all boiled down to one sheet. If students know EXACTLY WHAT they need to revise (using the specification checklist) it makes for smarter revision. If they can TEST THEMSELVES to measure their understanding - even better! This resource is a comprehensive but concise knowledge organiser covering… Electrolysis key definitions Predicting the products of an electrolysis experiment (a great flow diagram to make this easier for students!) Half equations Purifying Copper oxidation and reduction
lindseycowen
GCSE Chem (9-1)-TOPIC 5 Quantitative Analysis(Calculations- Gas Volume, Titrations, Concs)Worksheet

GCSE Chem (9-1)-TOPIC 5 Quantitative Analysis(Calculations- Gas Volume, Titrations, Concs)Worksheet

This resource is a must have for Quantitative Calculations revision, classwork or homework. Resource includes a Knowledge Organiser (written against the Edexcel Specification but easily applicable to others) PLUS a worksheet of calculations to test against the content in the knowledge organiser. I’ve even included worked answers to save you the bother! Calculations include… concentrations in mol/dm3 percentage yield atom economy Gas volumes Gas volumes from masses Titration Calculations Lots for students to do, nothing for you to do apart from print it off!
lindseycowen
Lab Activity: Ziplock Pressure Chamber & Pouring CO2 Gas to Extinguish Candle!

Lab Activity: Ziplock Pressure Chamber & Pouring CO2 Gas to Extinguish Candle!

Lab Activity: Ziplock Pressure Chamber & Pouring CO2 Gas to Extinguish Candle! See it on TpT This is a really fun lab activity I designed for my 9th grade physical science class, but it can be easily adapted for other grade levels. There is an open flame in the form of one or more candles depending on how you run the room. In the first activity, the students follow procedure and measure baking soda and vinegar, then strategically mix them in a baggie without allowing them to mix until all air is removed and the baggie is sealed. Sit back and watch their eyes when they allow them to mix and they learn what pressure is hands on! In the second activity, they practice measuring the same substances, but this time they create the CO2 gas in a beaker, then pour it down a paper trough to extinguish a candle! It’s a fun challenge, but they absolutely lose their minds when they succeed! The lab includes thought provoking questions about pressure and the density of CO2.
integrationscience
Invisi-Tables! Indirect Evidence Analog for Gold Foil Experiment (Nucleus) Fun!

Invisi-Tables! Indirect Evidence Analog for Gold Foil Experiment (Nucleus) Fun!

Invisi-Tables! Indirect Evidence Analog for Gold Foil Experiment (Nucleus) Fun! See it on TpT This is a really fun lab I made for my 9th grade Physical Science classes, but it can easily be adapted for pretty much any age level where the teacher wants to introduce indirect evidence. The students are tasked with using nothing but the rolls of a marble to discover what is hidden under the Invisi-Table. Where are the objects? How many are there? They actually sketch a picture of what is under it without having to look! It is a perfect low budget way of simulating Rutherford’s gold foil experiment, where here the marble represents the alpha particles that were shot at the gold atoms and the objects under the table represent an unknown structure like the nucleus was to Rutherford during his research. I’ve used it 3 years in a row with great success each time. It is very simple yet engaging and will keep the kids thinking. It is also re-usable every year. The tables themselves don’t take up much room. Includes comprehensive student lab handout and a brief section for the teacher on how to build Invisi-Tables, which includes pictures of all 6 of the ones I have used for 3 years in a row! Materials for each student/group: a standard glass marble, ruler, and lab notebooks or paper. Materials for making Invisi-Tables: Glue gun, approximately 12" x 24" thin boards, 4 rubber stoppers per table for the legs, and some small random objects to glue under the tables themselves. This is definitely worth doing. Please share you experiences with it in the reviews or comments. This file will likely be updated for free in the future. Any updates will be documented here. Thanks very much for your business.
integrationscience
Chemical Bonds Lab: Growing Ionic Crystals! Solutions, Solubility, Saturation

Chemical Bonds Lab: Growing Ionic Crystals! Solutions, Solubility, Saturation

Chemical Bonds Lab: Growing Ionic Crystals! Solutions, Solubility, Saturation This is a lab designed for 7-9th grades where students pick either halite, epsomite, or alum to grow crystals with. The student handout is comprehensive and thorough. Every year I do this lab the kids have a blast. It is designed for the teacher to do the heating for super saturation. I personally use a large griddle of my own to heat several beakers at a time. I recently acquired access to several hot plates and ran this lab by allowing students to do their own heating. It works either way! See it on TpT
integrationscience
AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry Picture Quiz - Revision

AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry Picture Quiz - Revision

This is a picture quiz which includes 40 AQA GCSE Chemistry (9-1) based pictures and diagrams. The students move around the room and state what the picture is or what it represents on an answer sheet. There is also a teacher answer sheet within the resource. I have used this with year 10 and 11 science students to much success. A great resource as a revision summary or a pre-holiday exercise.
bethgrace2312
AQA Trilogy / Chemistry - Testing for gases

AQA Trilogy / Chemistry - Testing for gases

A fully resourced lesson (potentially 2) to teach pupils through experiment and demo, how to test for oxygen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide and chlorine. A video is also linked to the presentation
amcooke
AQA quantitative Chemistry Organiser

AQA quantitative Chemistry Organiser

This is designed to follow Chapter 4 in the AQA book, and all the quantitative Chemistry part of the curriculum. It includes both Triple and Combined content. A titration required practical Knowledge organiser as well.
sgrosvenor
Atoms, Elements, Compounds and Mixtures GCSE Chemistry Summary

Atoms, Elements, Compounds and Mixtures GCSE Chemistry Summary

This resource is a summary activity on atoms, elements, compounds and mixtures. It is designed to follow the new AQA GCSE Chemistry (9-1) specification. The resource includes exercises on key definitions, atom structure, atomic models and drawing atoms. There is also an answer sheet included within the resource.
bethgrace2312
Periodic Table GCSE Summary

Periodic Table GCSE Summary

This resource is a summary activity on the periodic table, including scientists of the periodic table, group 1, group 7, group 8 and transition metals. It is designed to follow the new AQA GCSE Chemistry (9-1) specification. There is also an answer sheet included within the resource.
bethgrace2312
Chemistry Final Review Family Feud Game

Chemistry Final Review Family Feud Game

Love the Family Feud? Here’s the Chemistryy Edition!!! Two variations of the Game. Can be used for midterm and final exam review! PowerPoint is editable, so questions can be changed, replaced, or even swapped in order. Follows the standard family feud style and is designed for 2-3 teams. Scoreboard built into the game for convenience. Timers are also built in for the lightning round. Includes a teacher info slide and a lightning round question slide with acceptable answers and suggested point values. Each game has 9 standard rounds plus the lightning round. Great opportunity to review a lot of concepts and open review discussions!
mmingels
Chemistry Mole Calculations GCSE Summary

Chemistry Mole Calculations GCSE Summary

This resource is a summary activity on moles and amounts, including finding relative atomic mass, relative formula mass, moles from mass and moles using concentration and volume. It is designed to follow the new AQA GCSE Chemistry (9-1) specification. There is also an answer sheet included within the resource.
bethgrace2312
Titrations GCSE Chemistry Summary

Titrations GCSE Chemistry Summary

This resource is a summary activity on titration, including practical method, apparatus setup, calculation example and practice calculations . It is designed to follow the new AQA GCSE Chemistry (9-1) specification. There is also an answer sheet included within the resource.
bethgrace2312