#### Circuits end of topic test

Covering the key points for the Common entrance, KS 3 and middle school circuits work with circuit symbols, truth tables current in series and parallel circuits, line graphing and various components there is something here to stretch everyone while making sure the basics are in place as well. There is a graduated differentiation task as the last question to allow pupils to choose their level of challenge. Will last around 30 minutes.

#### Light research

Internet research questions to go with Key stage 3, common entrance and middle school work on Light. This covers the electromagnetic spectrum, lenses and telescopes as well as the speed of light in different mediums. There are also questions on the structure of the eye and the role of different parts of it. The task usually takes 30 to 40 minutes and can be set to do at home, where internet access is available as well as in lessons. Both pdf and word documents available here.

#### Forces end of topic test: Forces in action. gravity, magnetism and springs

With sections covering all the forces in the title which start off easily and get slowly harder this is a short answer test paper which also includes a line graph to draw at the end. Suitable for KS 3, ISEB common entrance, primary science and middle school.

#### Light: Sending messages by light.

Useful for a lesson on different ways we send messages by light, in how we see things or a more general light topic this work sheet provides cross curricular links to maths and history and possibly fundamental British values as well as talking about broadband which means you can spring off into many different routes. The main challenge is for the pupils to independently make a code to send a message in pairs or groups as fast as possible. Often results in some great photos for sticking in workbooks, twitter feeds etc. Make the pupils do the work and get maximum science exposure! Useful for KS 3 and Common entrance GCSE, middle school and older depending on how you work the connections to other topics and subjects.

#### Gravity: Weight and mass home work

Investigating if the pupils understand the difference between weight and mass and can predict what type of objects will have a bigger gravity force between them this assessment also includes a line graph drawing task, the axes have already been started on the graph paper.

#### Space: Sun, earth and moon lesson starters

Four power points containing 5 multiple choice questions about the solar system, satellites, the rotation times of the moon and earth and the position of the moon in eclipses and different phases. There are also questions on mass and weight both on the moon and earth. Useful to review last lessons work and aimed at common entrance, KS 3, GCSE and middle school.

#### Density lesson starters Hoppers Physics

These density lesson starters feature 3 x 5 question multiple choice power points. They are set up to change every thirty seconds and include an answer page. Easy to use and get debate about wrong answers, really useful if used with polling software(like turning point) but equally useful with whiteboards or a good old fashioned piece of paper. A quick way to review last lessons work, or to provide a plenary at the end of the lesson.

#### Energy types and transfers test 2

A follow up to energy types and transfer test with questions on generators, fuels, skiing and Bunsen burners. There are also a couple of 'draw a device that changes x energy into y and z energy'. The last question is about bungee jumping and asks candidates to calculate the size of GPE and use this and the kinetic energy formula to calculate a velocity. Suitable for KS 3, ISEB common entrance and scholarship candidates as well as basic GCSE review.

#### Circuits lesson starters by Hoppers Physics

3 power points containing 5 multiple choice questions to review last weeks work or act as a plenary for this. The questions are set to change every 30 seconds and the answers are included. Works well with polling software such as turning point as well as white boards and paper! Suitable for Ks 3 or GCSE as well as common entrance and middle school.

#### Lesson starters bundle hoppers physics

Containing power points with 5 multiple choice questions and answers for density, circuits, pressure and space and 3 or 4 tests per topic these are perfect lesson starters or plenary activities. Great with polling software or just old fashioned paper

#### Pressure and moments lesson starters from Hoppers Physics

four power points each containing five multiple choice questions. There cover the basic use of the formula and manipulation there of. Great for reviewing last lesson or as a plenary activity at the end of the lesson. The power points are set to change question every 30 seconds and then you click through to an answer. Can be used with polling software as well as white boards and paper!

#### Alternative / Renewable energy research by Hoppers Physics

With web site suggestions to assist the pupils this internet research task ask them to find out how the energy resource works, its advantages and disadvantages and make a power point to present to the rest of the class. This is appropriate for KS 3 and ISEB common entrance as well as grade 8.

#### Forces test: Magnets, Spring and Statics tests

3 pages with 18 questions in total on the forces of Magnetism, Springs and Statics. There are some harder problems thrown in to stretch the G&amp;T lot. This takes amount 30 minutes. The key facts for KS 3 and ISEB common entrance are covered, possibly used for review at the start of GCSE and grade 8.

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#### Density: Hoppers Physics bundle

This contains all of our density resources: Multiple choice questions, Homework, revision mandala, density pupils pack with experimental investigations. Plus our famous physicists display featuring the father of displacement, Archimedes. Everything to support your teaching of this topics.

#### Energy resources internet research tasks

This contains worksheets on Acid rain, Climate change and renewable energy resources. While specific web addresses are given in the different files you can remove this to add to the level of challenge. Save 17% when you buy the bundle

#### Hoppers Physics climate change research

Based on a page on the BBC website this research task included questions on climate change looking at the current temperature of the earth, the gases that cause the greenhouse effect the impact that this will have on the planet. This can be used as a homework as well as a lesson.

#### Hoppers Physics Acid rain research worksheet

Based on the United States environmental agency student website this worksheet has questions on What is acid rain, What causes acid rain, why is acid rain harmful and what is being done. suitable for KS 3 and ISEB common entrance. This can be used as part of a lesson or as a prep.

#### Energy types and transfers test

15 questions on energy transfers involving a wide variety of different situations. Suitable for KS3, Common entrance and middle school energy topics. Pupils are required to give one word answers and draw the answers for some questions.

#### Density questions

This is a selection of questions about density. The first section covers the use of the density formula with some guidance on how to use any 2 of the 3 values to calculate the third. There is then space for some revision/summary notes on this. The second section tests experimental techniques and includes some calculations based on the measurements made in the experiment. This is linked to the Hoppers physics pack available free at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Hoppersphysics with the learning objective shown by each question noted in the question to allow students to look up the relevant work. This work is appropriate for KS3 or Common entrance. There are 8 pages of questions.

#### voltage, resistance and current investigation

An introduction into current in a circuit and the way changing the resistance and voltage in a circuit changes the current. There is space to define voltage and resistance, an investigation using resistance wire, space to draw a graph and then an investigation into current around a series circuit. This is all in one 4 page handout. The fifth page has graduated differentiation questions to use with the graph from the resistance wire experiment with walk, jog and run questions to get every pupil stretched to their current level of ability. Suitable for KS3 and ISEB common entrance.