I am a chemistry teacher, I spend lots of time making resources and decided to share them here on TES. Most are free or have free sample versions, but the best and most detailed ones that I'm particular proud of I sell for around £2-£5.

I am a chemistry teacher, I spend lots of time making resources and decided to share them here on TES. Most are free or have free sample versions, but the best and most detailed ones that I'm particular proud of I sell for around £2-£5.

For the teacher, this is quick and easy revision activity that requires a one-time set up and then it can be used time and time again! Very little effort is required by you and the students can happily spend all lesson playing the game (if you let them) leaving you free to do what you fancy! My students love it and I get chance to sit down with the students who need extra help, or catch up on a bit of marking.
My science version of the board game and some sample question cards are freely available to view and download at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/science-revision-board-game-free-version-11445205
This resource pack contains: -
THE BOARD GAME TEMPLATES:
1. Blank with no text, graphics, shortcuts or colours.
2. Black and white version with shortcuts and logo.
3. Colour version with shortcuts and logo.
4. The colour full version which is how I use it with classes.
THE QUIZ CARD TEMPLATES
Use these to write your questions on. This file contains two formats; a multiple-choice style question card and a picture based question card. These could be adapted to be useful for defining keywords, spellings, subject knowledge questions etc.
THE YELLOW CARD TEMPLATES
Use these cards as subject themed action cards, for example…
‘Romans have invaded, go back three spaces’
‘You spilled some chemicals and must clean up the lab, miss a go’
‘You handed in your homework early, roll again’
THE INSTRUCTIONS
This shows the rules and requirements for the game, it is current set up with the rules that my students chose however you can alter these to suit your needs.
ALL THE RESOURCES ABOVE ARE IN MICROSOFT WORD AND SO YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO CHANGE ANY ASPECT OF THE RESOURCE YOU LIKE.

These are the resources for a unit on types of electricity, condutors, insulators, circuits, series, parallel, fruit batteries, static electricity, electromagnets, magnets,
QM stands for Quality Mark which is a levelled formative assessment based on scientific skills.
In the powerpoints I use:
-Yellow boxes- to show the students what to write in their books.
- Blue boxes- for tasks that the students should do.
I do not own all of the content in these resources, no copyright is intended, any offending resources will be removed.

These are the resources for a unit on types of energy, fuels, electricity generation, renewable energy, forces, speed
QM stands for Quality Mark which is a levelled formative assessment based on scientific skills.
In the powerpoints I use:
-Yellow boxes- to show the students what to write in their books.
- Blue boxes- for tasks that the students should do.
I do not own all of the content in these resources, no copyright is intended, any offending resources will be removed.

These are the resources for a unit on the periodic table, atoms, mixtures, purity, chemical reactions, Harry Potter potion lesson, exothermic reactions, endothermic reactions, catalysts and reactions of metals.
QM stands for Quality Mark which is a levelled formative assessment based on scientific skills.
In the powerpoints I use:
-Yellow boxes- to show the students what to write in their books.
- Blue boxes- for tasks that the students should do.
LA after a powerpoint's name means it is for Low Abilities
HA after a powerpoint's name means it is for High Abilities
I do not own all of the content in these resources, no copyright is intended, any offending resources will be removed.

These are question cards for year 7's and 8's on cells and include questions on animal cells, plant cells, organelle, structure and function, nucleus, chlorophyll, specialised cells and labelling cells.
These are made to go with the Science Revision Board Game I made which I use with KS3 and KS4 students to revise for their end of unit tests or exams. The board game and some sample question cards are freely available at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/science-revision-board-game-free-version-11445205
If the game board isn’t quite how you’d like it, or if you want your own question cards you could download my ‘Make Your Own Revision Board Game Resource Pack’ which can be purchased at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/make-your-own-revision-board-game-resource-pack-11445322
For the teacher, this is quick and easy revision activity that requires a one-time set up and then it can be used time and time again! Very little effort is required by you and the students can happily spend all lesson playing the game (if you let them) leaving you free to do what you fancy! My students love it and I get chance to sit down with the students who need extra help, or catch up on a bit of marking.
To get started:
• Print the board game on white A3 paper.
• Print the question cards on blue paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Print the hazard cards on yellow paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Laminate the board game (optional but makes the game last longer)
• Get a little stash of counters or items that could be used as the player pieces e.g. coloured paper circles, novelty rubbers, little model etc
• Get some dice.
For a class of 30 I’ve found that 6 groups of 5 work quite well, therefore you’d need 6 game boards and 6 packs of cards.
For each unit taught I’ve made my own quiz cards so the students can test themselves on the unit content, I have quite a few different units which I am in the processing of uploading to TES now. Keep your eyes peeled for the bundles I am putting together.

This is the full resource pack for an assessment for KS3 students who are studying digestion, the digestive system, organs, enzyme and nutrition.
This resource pack comes with several parts;
1. PowerPoint presentation to introduce the task.
2. Word document printout for the students to stick in their books.
3. Word document printout with a level ladder on so that the students can self/peer assess the work, there is also a column so the teacher can tick off the achieved criteria.
4. Excel spreadsheet that can be used to automatically generate extended written feedback including improvement strategies for the teacher to give the students.
A guide on how to use this resource can be freely accessed at…
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-automarker-11191496
5. Word document printout writing frame to assist students who may benefit from additional help with this task.
This task is suitable for students at level 3-7.
When I have used this in lessons students have made some really nice posters, creative stories and great comic strips.

This is the full resource pack for an assessment for KS4 GCSE students who are studying energy changes in reactions, exothermic reactions, endothermic reactions, oxidation reactions, rate of change, rate of reaction, graph plotting and analysing practical data and results.
This resource pack comes with several parts;
1. PowerPoint presentation to introduce the task.
2. Word document printout for the students to stick in their books.
3. Word document printout with a level ladder on so that the students can self/peer assess the work.
4. Word document containing a mark scheme, with exemplar answers in. There are a range of suitable answers for some of the questions and the graph scales may vary from student to student, so this mark scheme should be used to inform your marking but should be considered open to interpretation.
5. Excel spreadsheet that can be used to automatically generate extended written feedback including improvement strategies for the teacher to give the students.
A guide on how to use this resource can be freely accessed at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-automarker-11191496
6. Word document printout writing frame to assist students who may benefit from additional help with this task.
7. JPEG images showing a hand-drawn versions of the graph, this may also be useful for students who aren't confident in starting to plot graphs.
This is based on an old worksheet, some elements of this task are rather tricky and would probably be best for med - high ability KS4. The graph plotting could be done on computers.
This task is suitable for students at Grade E-A however I have removed these grades so that you can use the old or new grading system.

This is the full resource pack for an assessment for KS4 students who are studying the electromagnetic spectrum, the ALARA principle, risks of radiation, communication devices, radiation in medicine.
This resource pack comes with several parts;
1. PowerPoint presentation to introduce the task and relevant background information.
2. Word document with lots of information about the EM spectrum and their uses, this was originally downloaded from TES.
3. Word document printout for the students to stick in their books.
4. Word document printout with a level ladder on so that the students can self/peer assess the work, there is also a column so the teacher can tick off the achieved criteria.
5. Word documents containing writing frames to help students to draft out their answer, this could be particularly useful for students who struggle to get started on tasks, or those with issues with literacy.
6. Excel spreadsheet that can be used to automatically generate extended written feedback including improvement strategies for the teacher to give the students.
A guide on how to use this resource can be freely accessed at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-automarker-11191496
This is based on an old AQA Physics Exam Paper. This task is good for training students to answer long questions i.e. 6 mark questions at GCSE.
This task is suitable for students at Grade E-A*, however I have removed these grades so that you can use the old or new grading system.

These are question cards on Acids & Alkalis and include questions on names of acids, neutralisation, indicators, pH scale, uses of acid and alkalis, hazard labels.
These are made to go with the Science Revision Board Game I made which I use with KS3 and KS4 students to revise for their end of unit tests or exams. The board game and some sample question cards are freely available at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/science-revision-board-game-free-version-11445205
If the game board isn’t quite how you’d like it, or if you want your own question cards you could download my ‘Make Your Own Revision Board Game Resource Pack’ which can be purchased at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/make-your-own-revision-board-game-resource-pack-11445322
For the teacher, this is quick and easy revision activity that requires a one-time set up and then it can be used time and time again! Very little effort is required by you and the students can happily spend all lesson playing the game (if you let them) leaving you free to do what you fancy! My students love it and I get chance to sit down with the students who need extra help, or catch up on a bit of marking.
To get started:
• Print the board game on white A3 paper.
• Print the question cards on blue paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Print the hazard cards on yellow paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Laminate the board game (optional but makes the game last longer)
• Get a little stash of counters or items that could be used as the player pieces e.g. coloured paper circles, novelty rubbers, little model etc
• Get some dice.
For a class of 30 I’ve found that 6 groups of 5 work quite well, therefore you’d need 6 game boards and 6 packs of cards.
For each unit taught I’ve made my own quiz cards so the students can test themselves on the unit content, I have quite a few different units which I am in the processing of uploading to TES now. Keep your eyes peeled for the bundles I am putting together.

This is the full resource pack for an assessment for KS3, or low level KS4 students who are studying chemical reactions, specifically the reaction between metals and acids, this assessment investigates the link between the size of magnesium added to an acid and the volume of hydrogen gas produced.
This resource pack comes with several parts;
1. PowerPoint presentation to introduce the task.
2. Word document printout for the students to stick in their books with just the task on, there is also a word document with both the task and level ladder combined onto one sheet to reduce printing.
3. Word document printout with a level ladder on so that the students can self/peer assess the work, there is also a column so the teacher can tick off the achieved criteria.
4. Word document containing a mark scheme, including exemplar answers and copies of the graph work.
5. Excel spreadsheet that can be used to automatically generate extended written feedback including improvement strategies for the teacher to give the students.
A guide on how to use this resource can be freely accessed at…
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-automarker-11191496
6. Word document printout writing frame to assist students who may benefit from additional help with this task.
7. JPEG images showing a several hand-drawn versions of the graph, this may also be useful for students who aren't confident in starting to plot graphs. I've included sketches of the extrapolation of the data from the line of best fit, and highlighted the anomalous result.
This involves the students plotting some given results on a graph, identifying variables, extrapolation from a line of best fit and evaluating their work.
This task is suitable for KS3 students at level 3-7, however this could be adapted for KS4 students.

This investigation focuses on using sampling methods to determine which is the most common plant on the school's field (other than grass).
This is the full resource pack for an assessment for students who are studying plant sampling methods, plant adaptations, investigation skills, analysing data.
This resource pack comes with several parts;
1. PowerPoint presentation to introduce the task with some background information.
2. Word document printout for the students to stick in their books.
3. x2 word documents with a level ladders on so that the students can self/peer assess their method and/or their graph work, conclusion and evaluation.
4. Word document showing pictures of the most commonly found plants on school fields (in England)
5. Word document printout writing frame to help students get started with method writing, this is particularly useful for students who struggle with literacy tasks.
6. Excel spreadsheet that can be used to automatically generate extended written feedback including improvement strategies for the teacher to give the students.
A guide on how to use this resource can be freely accessed at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-automarker-11191496

This is a resource pack with a range of level ladders for marking practical investigations.
Each word document contains a slightly different arrangement of assessment points so hopefully you will be able to pick the most suitable for your investigation. See the descriptions below...
1. This assesses all sections of a practical investigation including method writing, identifying variables, plotting graphs, writing conclusions and evaluations.
2. This assesses just method writing and is set out in a similar style to KS4 coursework method writing mark schemes such as ISA’s.
3. This assesses method writing and identification of variables.
4. This assesses method writing, identification of variables, and graph plotting (most appropriate for line graphs rather than bar).
5. This assesses graph plotting, writing conclusions and evaluations.
NEW RESOURCE ADDED!
6. This is a level ladder for method writing, and gives the students a percentage of how 'AWESOME' their method is. I made this as schools are still wrapping their heads around the new GCSE levels and the consequent impact on KS3 levels.

These are question cards for year 7's and 8's on human reproduction and include questions on sex cells, male reproductive organs, female reproductive organs, ovulation, menstruation, the menstrual cycle, and pregnancy.
These are made to go with the Science Revision Board Game I made which I use with KS3 and KS4 students to revise for their end of unit tests or exams. The board game and some sample question cards are freely available at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/science-revision-board-game-free-version-11445205
If the game board isn’t quite how you’d like it, or if you want your own question cards you could download my ‘Make Your Own Revision Board Game Resource Pack’ which can be purchased at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/make-your-own-revision-board-game-resource-pack-11445322
For the teacher, this is quick and easy revision activity that requires a one-time set up and then it can be used time and time again! Very little effort is required by you and the students can happily spend all lesson playing the game (if you let them) leaving you free to do what you fancy! My students love it and I get chance to sit down with the students who need extra help, or catch up on a bit of marking.
To get started:
• Print the board game on white A3 paper.
• Print the question cards on blue paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Print the hazard cards on yellow paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Laminate the board game (optional but makes the game last longer)
• Get a little stash of counters or items that could be used as the player pieces e.g. coloured paper circles, novelty rubbers, little model etc
• Get some dice.
For a class of 30 I’ve found that 6 groups of 5 work quite well, therefore you’d need 6 game boards and 6 packs of cards.
For each unit taught I’ve made my own quiz cards so the students can test themselves on the unit content, I have quite a few different units which I am in the processing of uploading to TES now. Keep your eyes peeled for the bundles I am putting together.

This is an assessment for KS3 students who are studying forces, specifically the extension of a spring (Hooke's Law).
This resource pack comes with several parts;
1. PowerPoint presentation to introduce the task.
2. Word document printout for the students to stick in their books.
3. Word document printout with a level ladder on so that the students can self/peer assess the work, there is also a column so the teacher can tick off the achieved criteria.
4. Word document with both the level ladder and task printout combined onto one page to reduce printing.
5. Excel spreadsheet that can be used to automatically generate extended written feedback including improvement strategies for the teacher to give the students.
A guide on how to use this resource can be freely accessed at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-automarker-11191496
This involves the students plotting some results, identifying variables and evaluating their work.
If you are limited for time you could provide the students with some sample results.
This task is suitable for students at level 3-6.

This is the full resource pack for an assessment for KS3/KS4 students who are studying forces, friction, scientific investigations, variables, data analysis, graph plotting.
This resource pack comes with several parts;
1. PowerPoint presentation to introduce the task and relevant background information.
2. Word document printout for the students to stick in their books.
3. Word document printout with a level ladder on so that the students work can be assessed, this has two columns so that the students can tick off the levels as they go and then the teacher can tick off the achieved tasks too.
4. Excel spreadsheet that can be used to automatically generate extended written feedback including improvement strategies for the teacher to give the students. This spreadsheet focuses specifically on the graph part of the assessment, the conclusion and evaluation section are included with a different resource pack.
A guide on how to use this resource can be freely accessed at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-automarker-11191496
This was originally a KS3 assessment on method writing, however I have expanded this to a full investigation which could be used for KS3 students and KS4 students preparing for coursework. The levels are numerical however these could be adapted to whatever you need.

These are question cards on Chemical Bonding and include questions on ionic bonds, covalent bonds, metallic bonds, metals, non-metals, electrons, giant covalent structures, simple covalent structure, graphite, diamond, electrical conductivity, identifying bond type from pictures, and solubility of bonds.
These are made to go with the Science Revision Board Game I made which I use with KS3 and KS4 students to revise for their end of unit tests or exams. The board game and some sample question cards are freely available at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/science-revision-board-game-free-version-11445205
If the game board isn’t quite how you’d like it, or if you want your own question cards you could download my ‘Make Your Own Revision Board Game Resource Pack’ which can be purchased at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/make-your-own-revision-board-game-resource-pack-11445322
For the teacher, this is quick and easy revision activity that requires a one-time set up and then it can be used time and time again! Very little effort is required by you and the students can happily spend all lesson playing the game (if you let them) leaving you free to do what you fancy! My students love it and I get chance to sit down with the students who need extra help, or catch up on a bit of marking.
To get started:
• Print the board game on white A3 paper.
• Print the question cards on blue paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Print the hazard cards on yellow paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Laminate the board game (optional but makes the game last longer)
• Get a little stash of counters or items that could be used as the player pieces e.g. coloured paper circles, novelty rubbers, little model etc
• Get some dice.
For a class of 30 I’ve found that 6 groups of 5 work quite well, therefore you’d need 6 game boards and 6 packs of cards.
For each unit taught I’ve made my own quiz cards so the students can test themselves on the unit content, I have quite a few different units which I am in the processing of uploading to TES now. Keep your eyes peeled for the bundles I am putting together.

These are question cards on Elements, Mixtures & Compounds and include questions on properties of materials, atoms, elements, mixtures, compounds, metals, non-metals, reactivity, particle diagrams, and chemical reactions.
These are made to go with the Science Revision Board Game I made which I use with KS3 and KS4 students to revise for their end of unit tests or exams. The board game and some sample question cards are freely available at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/science-revision-board-game-free-version-11445205
If the game board isn’t quite how you’d like it, or if you want your own question cards you could download my ‘Make Your Own Revision Board Game Resource Pack’ which can be purchased at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/make-your-own-revision-board-game-resource-pack-11445322
For the teacher, this is quick and easy revision activity that requires a one-time set up and then it can be used time and time again! Very little effort is required by you and the students can happily spend all lesson playing the game (if you let them) leaving you free to do what you fancy! My students love it and I get chance to sit down with the students who need extra help, or catch up on a bit of marking.
To get started:
• Print the board game on white A3 paper.
• Print the question cards on blue paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Print the hazard cards on yellow paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Laminate the board game (optional but makes the game last longer)
• Get a little stash of counters or items that could be used as the player pieces e.g. coloured paper circles, novelty rubbers, little model etc
• Get some dice.
For a class of 30 I’ve found that 6 groups of 5 work quite well, therefore you’d need 6 game boards and 6 packs of cards.
For each unit taught I’ve made my own quiz cards so the students can test themselves on the unit content, I have quite a few different units which I am in the processing of uploading to TES now. Keep your eyes peeled for the bundles I am putting together.

These are question cards on Heat Transfers and include questions on conduction, convection, radiation, infra-red radiation, particle theory, kinetic theory, solids, liquids, gases, heat loss and more.
These are made to go with the Science Revision Board Game I made which I use with KS3 and KS4 students to revise for their end of unit tests or exams. The board game and some sample question cards are freely available at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/science-revision-board-game-free-version-11445205
If the game board isn’t quite how you’d like it, or if you want your own question cards you could download my ‘Make Your Own Revision Board Game Resource Pack’ which can be purchased at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/make-your-own-revision-board-game-resource-pack-11445322
For the teacher, this is quick and easy revision activity that requires a one-time set up and then it can be used time and time again! Very little effort is required by you and the students can happily spend all lesson playing the game (if you let them) leaving you free to do what you fancy! My students love it and I get chance to sit down with the students who need extra help, or catch up on a bit of marking.
To get started:
• Print the board game on white A3 paper.
• Print the question cards on blue paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Print the hazard cards on yellow paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Laminate the board game (optional but makes the game last longer)
• Get a little stash of counters or items that could be used as the player pieces e.g. coloured paper circles, novelty rubbers, little model etc
• Get some dice.
For a class of 30 I’ve found that 6 groups of 5 work quite well, therefore you’d need 6 game boards and 6 packs of cards.
For each unit taught I’ve made my own quiz cards so the students can test themselves on the unit content, I have quite a few different units which I am in the processing of uploading to TES now. Keep your eyes peeled for the bundles I am putting together.

These are question cards on Space and include questions on the order of the planets, the solar system, seasons, the moon, measuring time, gravity, satellites and eclipses.
These are made to go with the Science Revision Board Game I made which I use with KS3 and KS4 students to revise for their end of unit tests or exams. The board game and some sample question cards are freely available at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/science-revision-board-game-free-version-11445205
If the game board isn’t quite how you’d like it, or if you want your own question cards you could download my ‘Make Your Own Revision Board Game Resource Pack’ which can be purchased at
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/make-your-own-revision-board-game-resource-pack-11445322
For the teacher, this is quick and easy revision activity that requires a one-time set up and then it can be used time and time again! Very little effort is required by you and the students can happily spend all lesson playing the game (if you let them) leaving you free to do what you fancy! My students love it and I get chance to sit down with the students who need extra help, or catch up on a bit of marking.
To get started:
• Print the board game on white A3 paper.
• Print the question cards on blue paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Print the hazard cards on yellow paper/card, cut them up and pop them in little bags.
• Laminate the board game (optional but makes the game last longer)
• Get a little stash of counters or items that could be used as the player pieces e.g. coloured paper circles, novelty rubbers, little model etc
• Get some dice.
For a class of 30 I’ve found that 6 groups of 5 work quite well, therefore you’d need 6 game boards and 6 packs of cards.
For each unit taught I’ve made my own quiz cards so the students can test themselves on the unit content, I have quite a few different units which I am in the processing of uploading to TES now. Keep your eyes peeled for the bundles I am putting together.
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I have made a range of resources for the calculations that AQA GCSE students will be expected to complete for the new Chemistry specification (8462).
The resources packs contain
1. PowerPoint showing the key stages/background information on the calculation.
2. Word document worksheet with some questions for the students to attempt, whenever possible these are based on exam questions.
3. WMV video clip this format is playable in most programs, such as RealPlayer, MPlayer, Windows Media Player, and the VLC Media Player. The video clip goes through the stages of the calculations on the worksheet, this is extremely useful for students (and teachers) who are struggling to see where the answer comes from.
4. Word document containing just the answers.
There are a total of 3 resource packs for the Relative Atomic Mass calculations.
Resource pack 1 is freely available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chemical-calculations-relative-atomic-mass-1-free-sample-11353809
If you find Resource Pack 2 helpful and want more of the same the rest of the resource packs can be purchased from TES at:
1. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chemical-calculations-relative-atomic-mass-1-free-sample-11353809
2. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chemical-calculations-relative-atomic-mass-2-11353972
3 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chemical-calculations-relative-atomic-mass-3-11354416
I have also made a bundle which is available for a reduced price containing all of the resource pack for this type of calculation. This is available to purchase at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chemical-calculations-relative-atomic-mass-bundle-11354433