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Specialising in functional, easy to use, complete and differentiated lesson plans for KS3 Science. Rooting resources in UK National Curriculum but making sure they can be used worldwide.

Specialising in functional, easy to use, complete and differentiated lesson plans for KS3 Science. Rooting resources in UK National Curriculum but making sure they can be used worldwide.
Ionic formula + word game w/answers (polyatomic ions)
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Ionic formula + word game w/answers (polyatomic ions)

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This worksheet contains 22 questions in a table arrangement of either: working out the chemical formula from the compound name (i.e. formula for potassium hydroxide) naming the compound based on its formula (i.e. name KOH) All of the examples in worksheet are compounds of polyatomic ions (carbonate, nitrate, hydroxide, sulphate and phosphate) On the second half of the worksheet is a word game to make words using the letters from two compounds (just for fun/ for the fast workers!) Answers are included, including some suggested answers to the word game.
Ionic compound formula poster
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Ionic compound formula poster

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This is a poster that visually looks at several methods of thinking about formula for ionic compounds. It outlines: Crossover/ swap and drop method Balancing charges Hand holding/ branches Lego A easy to use table so that students get to grips with valency
Ionic formula + word search w/answers (no polyatomic ions)
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Ionic formula + word search w/answers (no polyatomic ions)

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This worksheet contains 22 questions in a table arrangement of either: working out the chemical formula from the compound name (i.e. formula for potassium iodide) naming the compound based on its formula (i.e. name KI) All of the examples in worksheet are simple ionic compounds, there are no polyatomic ions. On the second half of the worksheet is a word search to find some of the names of the compounds (just for fun/ for the fast workers!) Answers are included, including the word search.
Back-to-school/ introduction/ beginning of year poster
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Back-to-school/ introduction/ beginning of year poster

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Super simple, clean and bright, this is a middle school appropriate getting to know you poster. It takes students through 8 questions to help them identify important parts of their personality/ interests to share with the class. Perfect for homeroom/ tutor group and nice enough to display on a board afterwards at the beginning of the year. Covers: Books Animals Sport/ fitness Identity Adventure TV/ film Super power Food Weird fact
Diffusion investigation template/ lab guide/ differentiated resource
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Diffusion investigation template/ lab guide/ differentiated resource

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This is another clean and easy to use template for a differentiated lesson/ block of lessons investigating diffusion using simple equipment. Its a classic experiment that can be done to build lab skills or teach diffusion. This folder includes: A teacher guide with tips on running the lesson 3 different differentiated templates for students using the same format (blank, guided and fill the gaps/ cloze exercise). Each template has a list of words that can be used to help guide the students A suggested set of answers to help students see the level of detail and scientific (but approachable!) answers they could give This could be: A longer lesson including the lab for students familiar with investigation A week long introduction to investigations for less experienced students A series of lessons to explore diffusion as a topic A reminder of investigations at the beginning of the year A group based lab with a shared template and multiple levels of help A break from a series of dry science lessons with something using more independence. This lesson was planned as a classroom activity and to be printed but can easily be adjusted as a home-based learning project that uses simple equipment swaps. A glass as a beaker and a teaspoon as a pipette